Amadeus, in collaboration with Qantas, has completed a major digital redesign of the airline’s online booking process, providing customers with a more personalised and intuitive digital experience.
The multi-phase redesign, completed in March 2018, used Amadeus technology solutions, to enhance the digital customer experience, including:
· A tailored search and booking experience for each visitor, delivering relevant offers and unique information.
· A feature that proposes relevant cabin upgrade options, redeemable by cash or Points that give customers an easy yet flexible way to upgrade if they choose.
· An interactive “Where can I go?” map that allows customers to search and explore travel destinations using Classic Flight Rewards, Points Plus Pay or cash; and
· When ready to book, fares displayed in a user-friendly manner so that customers can easily pick the price and option that best suit their needs.
· Two-step booking. An express booking path for Frequent Flyers to skip from selecting their flights straight to confirming their booking.
Cyril Tetaz, Executive Vice President, Airlines, Amadeus Asia Pacific, said: “The average traveller tends to visit 38 websites while booking a trip, so it’s important for airlines to be able to offer a customer-friendly platform that encourages visitors to shift from a looker to a booker. We are excited to continue our work with a partner like Qantas to help find ways to make the customer experience more seamless, and together we are constantly innovating for the future. We look forward to taking this partnership to greater heights.”
The completion of this digital redesign follows a renewal of Amadeus’ partnership with Qantas for the Amadeus Altéa Passenger Service System (PSS) which is today used by over 140 of the world’s top airlines. Qantas also extends its content agreement with Amadeus, ensuring that Amadeus travel agencies globally will continue to have access to Qantas’ fares, schedules and inventory.
Amadeus is a leading provider of advanced technology solutions for the global travel industry. Customer groups include travel providers (e.g. airlines, hotels, rail and ferry operators, etc.), travel sellers (travel agencies and websites), and travel buyers (corporations and travel management companies).
The Amadeus group employs around 15,000 people worldwide and does business in more than 190 countries. The company has central sites in Spain (corporate headquarters), France (development) and Germany (operations), and offices in 70 countries around the world.
The group operates a transaction-based business model.
Amadeus is listed on the Spanish Stock Exchange under the symbol “AMS.MC” and is a component of the IBEX 35 index.
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