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TPConnects powers EgyptAir’s retail system


TPConnects, a leader in SaaS-based travel technology solutions, said EgyptAir has adopted TPConnects’ offer and order management solution based on IATA’s New Distribution Capability (NDC).

TPConnects’ NDC API enables EgyptAir to leverage the power of IATA’s NDC to provide travel agents with convenient and easy access to their full range of products and services, including tickets and ancillary products, while reducing costs and increasing efficiency. Travel agents will have access to an NDC-based booking portal through which they can search, book, ticket, add ancillary services and manage post-sales. OTA, Agencies with B2B portals can access EgyptAir NDC content via API.

EgyptAir recently organized a celebration together with Yehia Zakaria, Chairman and CEO of EgyptAir Holdings, Engineer Yehia Zakaria to welcome the launch of the project, several representatives from travel companies, the company leadership team and collaboration from TPConnects Partners are present. TPConnects was also honored by EgyptAir during the celebration for their role and collaboration in making the project a success.

Travel agencies currently using TPConnects’ NDC API will also be able to easily and efficiently access the booking platform where they can create custom bookings on behalf of their travel clients.

EgyptAir is the latest international airline to receive IATA ARMi certification – a certification that provides airlines with the flexibility and ability to innovate and differentiate their services. It has successfully implemented TPConnects’ IATA NDC-based technology with other major airlines including Oman Air, Gulf Air, Air Cairo, SriLankan Airlines and Saudia.

“We are proud to support EgyptAir’s NDC journey to implement innovative technology solutions. The new booking portal and API will facilitate EgyptAir’s digital distribution and provide richer content through our NDC-based services. Our aim is to Providing solutions that unlock retail possibilities for the industry without the constraints of legacy systems. Giving travel sellers convenient and efficient access to EgyptAir’s full range of products and services will both reduce distribution costs and improve choice,” said Rakshit Desai, CEO of TPConnects. – trade arab news agency


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