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Mon, 18 July 2016

EVA Air Completes Migration to Amadeus Alta Revenue Management Suite

EVA Air has completed its migration to the Amadeus Alta Revenue Management Suite.

EVA Air has been ramping up global expansion since mid-2015, with new destinations and increased flights on certain routes. This year alone it has launched direct flights to Istanbul and Cebu, with non-stop Chicago-Taipei flights to commence in November.

The airline is also expected to take delivery of a total of 13 new planes this year.

As its footprint grows, optimising revenue across the entire network and maximising route yield will be critical to boosting overall profitability.

The Amadeus Alta Revenue Management Suite will enable EVA Air to price airline packages and offers based on travellers price sensitivity and travel purpose.

Moving to the Amadeus Alta Revenue Management Suite is a significant milestone for us, said Richard Tseng, Deputy Senior Vice President, EVA Air. As our network grows in size and complexity, optimising the revenue from each flight becomes increasingly critical, but also challenging. This system can provide constructive recommendations to revenue analysts on how to maximize revenue, and this is why we have chosen to partner with Amadeus. Implementation projects of this magnitude are never easy, but we are very impressed with the professionalism and expertise of the Amadeus team in ensuring a smooth migration. With their commitment on the technology front and full support to our business development, we expect we will see the benefits very soon. 

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