EgyptAir has signed an agreement with global technology company Sabre to help develop and implement a transformation programme for EgyptAir Airlines and Express.
The government-owned Star Alliance carrier is embarking on a comprehensive transformation strategy to increase revenues, improve efficiencies and explore new revenue streams by June 2016.
The transformation strategy will address a wide range of EgyptAir’s important areas including reviewing and developing a plan to improve the company’s financial performance; revenue management; network, fleet and crew planning; alliance partnerships; and fuel and maintenance strategies.
EgyptAir has been a long-time customer of Sabre, participating in its global distribution system and utilising its consultancy services.
EgyptAir was founded in 1932, and operates scheduled passenger and freight services to more than 75 destinations across the EMEA, Asia and Americas regions.