Kharkiv Airlines and Amadeus signed the agreement for long-term cooperation

1 september 2014

Amadeus, a leading travel technology partner of the global tourism industry has entered into a long-term strategic partnership with Kharkiv Airlines.

Under the agreement, Kharkiv Airlines will be able to place information about its flights and fares in the widely known among travel agents, global distribution systems Amadeus.

In management's opinion, Kharkiv Airlines' collaboration with the world's leading distribution services of the tourism industry will contribute to the strengthening of the airline position in domestic and international air transportation market.

"The partnership with Amadeus will allow Kharkiv Airlines to more efficiently manage the system of worldwide sales - said the Commercial Director Dmytro Shinkarchuk. - It will also contribute the implementation of further airline plans related to the network development, the implementation of additional services as well as cooperation with other airlines".

Earlier, Kharkiv Airlines entered into an agreement with an international developer and provider of web sales for small and medium-sized airlines around the world - the European company World Ticket. As a partnership with Amadeus, this is the part of the Kharkiv Airlines' development strategy and in particular the launching ticket and ancillary sales on its own flights.


About Kharkiv Airlines

Kharkiv Airlines was created in 1998, ceased to perform flights in 2001. In 2013, Kharkiv Airlines restored its operation as a charter carrier.

Currently flights opereted on the popular tourist destinations from Kyiv, Kharkiv and Lviv. Carrier fleet consists of modern aircrafts such as Boeing 737, Boeing 767. Among the airline's strategic plans - opening new destinations and fleet replenishment depending on the market needs.

About Amadeus

Amadeus - a leading provider of advanced technology solutions for the global tourism and transport industry. Among the company's customers - service providers in the tourism and transportation (airlines, hotels, railway companies, ferry lines, and others.), sellers of travel services (travel agencies and websites) and travel services buyers (corporations and travel management companies).