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Information Systems Associates signs contract with Wataniya Airways in Kuwait

Posted 21 November 2016 · Add Comment

Information Systems Associates (ISA), a UAE-based provider of advanced technology solutions for the global travel and aviation industry, has signed a contract with Wataniya Airways, the new hybrid airline in Kuwait, to power the airline's Passenger Service System (PSS) with ACCELaero.

Headquartered in Sharjah, ACCELaero from ISA provides customer asset and revenue management tools with rapid deployment capability and low set-up costs, allowing companies in the airline and travel industry to yield faster Return on Investment (ROI) while freeing up resources for further or alternate investment.

As part of the contract, ACCELaero’s aeroLINE products will help Wataniya Airways manage their crew, fleet and budget, with a focus on revenue, to maximize the airline’s productivity, efficiency and profitability while the aeroPORT services will help the on-ground team of Wataniya Airways manage the airline’s passengers at the airport as well as its aircraft.

Nader Shukralla, CEO of ISA, said: “We see the partnership with Wataniya Airways as a strategic success. Our state-of-the-art products and comprehensive range of services are designed to help airlines enhance their operations and tailor-made to help them achieve their strategic objectives and ensure their sustainable growth and we look forward to contributing to Wataniya Airways’ operational success through our continued commitment to improving the aviation experience for both the airline and its guests.

“Partnering with ISA who got a successful growth track records in the region will support our fleet and network expansion plan in the next period in having a swift takeoff, using ACCELaero as an end to end IT solution is a plus that strengths our potential growth and we will be drawing a story in delivering superiority in the most of the fast-growing market” said Thamer Arab, CEO of Wataniya Airways.

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