China Airlines can enjoy nominal service disruptions, react swiftly to flight irregularities and improve on-time performance through a more comprehensive overview of flight movement.
SINGAPORE –– Sabre Corporation today announced that Taiwan’s flag carrier, China Airlines, has successfully implemented its flight operations management solution, Sabre AirCentre Movement Manager. A partner of Sabre for over twenty years, the next-generation solution will enable China Airlines to improve daily flight operations, continue to provide reliable service, and contribute to enhancing the traveller experience.
“Carefully orchestrated by our collective project teams, the smooth and successful migration of Sabre’s Movement Manager was swiftly carried-out in a timely and efficient manner, causing no disruptions to our airline service,” said Perry Chou, Vice President, System Operations Control, China Airlines. “The adoption of Sabre’s technology is instrumental to our ongoing business success, as the solution will provide our controllers with a complete overview of the status of flights and increase our network’s overall efficiency,” he added.
In response to the country’s growing demand for air travel, China Airlines is committed to streamlining its operations and to driving customer centricity. By implementing Sabre’s fully integrated Movement Manager solution, the carrier can enjoy nominal service disruptions, react swiftly to flight irregularities and improve on-time performance through a more comprehensive overview of flight movement. This technology will also contribute to reducing operating costs for China Airlines and help to capitalize staff productivity.
“Sabre is pleased to provide our long-standing customer, China Airlines, with an end-to-end solution that drives operational optimisation. Movement Manager will allow the airline to ensure efficient and robust airline operations, and in turn, improve the traveller experience while driving profitability for the carrier,” said Dasha Kuksenko, Sabre Airline Solutions vice president and regional general manager, Asia Pacific.