Through this collaboration, Paxport will manage the post-booking operations of Norwegian’s charter business, handling the passenger journey and seamlessly connecting them to tour operators.
For any airline with a charter business, reducing costs through automation by selecting the right technology partners is critical, both on an operational basis but also to ensure an optimal passenger experience where a travellers needs are truly catered for. Alongside this, finding a partner who can also offer proven and industry leading revenue-generating solutions is a key component of optimising the way technology can better serve an airline’s needs.
Operating as a fully outsourced service, Paxport’s passenger management system delivers high levels of automation, consolidating and generating booking data, allocating seats and automatically collecting and delivering information in the required format to government authorities directly. This comprehensive approach significantly reduces time and money spent on resource-draining administrative processes and enables focus on higher value activities.
Paxport’s end-to-end technology offering also allows Norwegian’s travellers to purchase a wide range of flight ancillaries after they have made their initial reservation, such as booking seats and luggage.
Mikael Wandt, CEO at Paxport said: “We’re delighted to be working strategically with Norwegian and look forward to delivering a full suite of tailored services that will enable the airline’s exciting future plans. Paxport have a great deal of experience and expertise in this field, especially around the optimisation of ancillary conversions in post-booking environments, which enable clients such as Norwegian to deliver a best in class passenger experience.””
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