Valuair joins Jetstar Asia in Amadeus Distribution System

Travel News Asia Thursday, 12 October 2006

Amadeus has signed an agreement with Valuair which will significantly expand the airlines distribution network worldwide. The agreement will see Valuair join its sister airline, Jetstar Asia in providing its fares and inventory for booking and sale to over 78,000 travel agents on the Amadeus system.

Last year, Valuair merged with Jetstar Asia, the regional offshoot of the Jetstar brand, which was launched by Qantas as a low cost airline in the Australian domestic market. Valuair and Jetstar Asia operate an extensive route network covering Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and the Philippines.

Damian Hickey, Vice President Airline Business Group, Amadeus Asia Pacific said, We are pleased to broaden our existing relationships with our partners, Qantas and Jetstar, to now embrace their two low cost subsidiaries. The addition of Valuair and Jetstar Asia demonstrates the confidence our partners have in our ability to help them increase revenues through our advanced distribution technologies and strong market presence.

Amadeus is a global leader in distribution technologies with 39 low-cost carriers in its distribution system. This represents around 37.4% of the worlds low cost carriers.

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