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US-Bangla Airlines launches GDS in China via TravelSky

US-Bangla Airlines has launched GDS sales in China, using TravelSky, via the Airlines’ Zenith® PSS (Passenger Service System), provided by TTI (Travel Technology Interactive). The GDS channel in China has been launched to support sales on the US-Bangla Airlines daily flights between Bangladesh and Guangzhou, launched in 2018. US-Bangla Airlines is the leading premium airline in Bangladesh and operates a fleet of Boeing 737-800, ATR72-600 And Dash-8 Q400 aircraft. US-Bangla serves eight domestic destinations and eight international destinations in China, Thailand, India, Oman, Malaysia, Singapore and Qatar. Fleet and international route expansion are planned for 2019.

Mr Mohammed Abdullah Al Mamun, Managing Director of US-Bangla Airlines commented, ‘The success of our China operations is critical to the growth of US-Bangla Airlines and since launching GDS sales in China with TravelSky, we have seen excellent growth in passenger numbers and yield’. Mr Al Mamun added, ‘The TTI Zenith team have done a wonderful job in delivering the new GDS link, to support our business growth’.

Mr. Gregoire Echalier, CEO of TTI said, ‘The TravelSky GDS link is our most recent GDS development, Zenith has been connected to Sabre, Amadeus, Galileo, Worldspan and Abacus GDS’ for many years, but this is our first launch with the TravelSky GDS, placing Zenith among a very limited list of PSS’ who are able to distribute via TravelSky, I am very proud of this achievement by the TTI team’. Echalier added, ‘TTI has been working  © TRAVEL TECHNOLOGY INTERACTIVE S.A à Conseil de Surveillance et Directoire au capital de 1,907,298.40 Euros Siège social : 11 rue du Colisée 75008 PARIS (France) RCS PARIS 480 040 880 TEL : +33 (0) FAX : +33 (0) www.ttinteractive.com with US Bangla Airlines since their start-up and we are honoured to be the technology provider behind their significant growth and great success in the past five years, with US Bangla Airlines forecasted to reach nearly two million passengers in 2019’.

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