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SCAT Airlines signs up for Sabre’s passenger reservations system-

June 30, 2021

SCAT Airlines, one of the largest carriers in Kazakhstan, and Sabre Corporation, the leading software and technology company that powers the global travel industry, have announced a new strategic partnership, building on Sabre’s other achievements in the central Asian region.

Under the new agreement, SCAT Airlines will migrate to Sabre’s passenger reservations system, SabreSonic. It will also leverage Sabre’s industry-first Commercial Platform to help maximize revenue and create a differentiated brand experience for travelers. By delivering real-time, customer-centric offers to the airline’s customers, Sabre’s technology will help SCAT achieve its ambitious plans to lead the recovery and future growth of travel in Kazakhstan.

“As we navigate the new travel environment, it’s very important for us to be agile and able to deliver personalised offers to our customers at the right time and through the right channels”, said Vladimir Denisov, president, SCAT Airlines. “Our new agreement with Sabre is an essential pillar in our strategy, providing us with modern reservations technology, intelligent revenue management and scalable platform capabilities, which will help enable us to unlock new opportunities, provide best-in-class customer experience and maximize profitability.”

Also, part of the agreement, SCAT will adopt Sabre’s Revenue Optimizer to help maximize revenue streams in this challenging environment. Pre-Covid-19, pricing and availability depended on large volumes of historical booking and pricing data. However, the pandemic has created an unprecedented change in supply and demand, making this data less reliable. Revenue Optimizer will help SCAT adapt to changing conditions based on the latest real-time information.

“Given the current environment and pressure on the travel industry, it is more important than ever for airlines to use robust and intelligent technologies to forecast, analyze and optimize operations and revenue streams”, said Dino Gelmetti, Vice President EMEA, Sabre Travel Solutions. “Sabre plans to enhance its presence in Kazakhstan and provide SCAT Airlines with the capabilities to achieve profitable growth and to pioneer the future of travel. Today’s announcement demonstrates SCAT’s forward-looking approach and Sabre’s deep commitment to supporting the global aviation industry.”

This investment in robust core technology demonstrates advancements in SCAT’s strategy to create seamless, elevated experiences for travellers while improving operational efficiency and long-term growth.