Air Chathams, a New Zealand-based airline, serving routes between the Chathams Islands, New Zealand, Norfolk Island and Australia, has announced that it has successfully implemented Maxamation’s Aviator Revenue Management solution.
Duane Emeny, chief operating officer of Air Chathams said, “Our growth in recent years on island flights, domestic and now international, means we must optimise every seat on every flight. Aviator helps us to get the best results in this high-cost industry, allowing us to continue to serve the Chathams Islands and beyond. The training and support we received throughout the implementation process has been excellent and professional. We are very pleased to be working with Maxamation.”
Peter Brewer, CEO of Maxamation said, “I am delighted to be working with Air Chathams, a progressive and successful airline. We are excited to be helping them with their commercial strategy and building further upon their success. Airline revenue management is a proven science and Aviator ensures that an airline’s seat inventory is continually monitored and adjusted to maximise revenues. This process is critical for the successful continuation of an airline.”
Maxamation is a global IT provider to the Airline industry, providing cloud-based revenue management. Aviator provides airlines with the ability to maximise flight revenue with an easy to deploy, stable, powerful system that delivers proven revenue results. Maxamation is headquartered in Sydney, Australia, with support centres and experienced revenue management experts in Asia, South Africa, Europe and North America. The company was founded in 1997. Aviator has continually evolved with the cloud-enabled solution now being rolled-out across all forty existing customers, bringing state-of-the-art technology to underpin the revenue management solution.