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Tunisia's Nouvelair goes live with Hitit's airline systems

Posted 14 June 2016 · Add Comment

Nouvelair Tunisie has chosen Hitit Computer Services to provide the airline with several airline IT services.

The agreement includes airline inventory management, pricing, reservations, ticketing (Hitit Crane PAX), departure control (Crane DCS) and revenue accounting system (Crane RA). Nouvelair is the leading private carrier in Tunisia with 1,3 million Passenger in 2015. The carrier is Hitit’s sixth African airline client following the recent customer wins of Air Namibia and Tanzania’s Precision Air.

Nouvelair Tunisie decided for three of Hitit’s airline IT solutions, passenger system Crane PAX, departure control system Crane DCS and revenue accounting system Crane RA, after a broad evaluation of solutions available in the market. Furthermore Hitit has built two GDS connections for Nouvelair with Amadeus and Sabre and an interline connection with Hahn Air.

NN from Nouvelair said: “Always in the context of enhancing its passengers’ satisfaction, Nouvelair has signed the partnership contract with HITIT providing the company with best state of the art IT solutions facilitating the reservation process. This new partnership incarnates the company’s commitment to provide its passengers with the best services.”

Hitit CEO Nur Gokman added: "We are very glad that Nouvelair choose Hitit Computer Services as its provider for several airline IT systems. By using the expertise of our airline experts and the features of our systems, Nouvelair will benefit from the migration in order to continue its growth strategy.”

 

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