FlyArystan use Aviator revenue management software to help generate extra revenue and are currently in the process of moving up to the all new web-based Aviator system.
FlyArystan are the highly successful LCC in the Air Astana group. In more than 3 years since FlyArystan commenced operations they have established themselves as the premier LCC in Central Asia. The airline has 14 A320s including 4 brand new A320 NEOs with capacity of 188 seats. The airline serves around 300,000 passengers each month and has carried 9 million passengers from the start of operations. The fleet is expanding and more brand-new aircraft will be delivered this year. Part of the formula for success at FlyArystan is a tightly focused business model with a mantra of maximising revenue of every flight. FlyArystan use Aviator revenue management software to help generate extra revenue and are currently in the
process of moving up to the all new web-based Aviator system.
Yerkin Tursynbek, the FlyArystan RM Manager is thrilled to be moving to the new Aviator system. “We are in the middle of the training program for the new system and are very excited with what we see. The new Aviator has all the flexibility and power we will need to allow us to optimise revenues as our airline continues to grow. The training has been thorough and the support provided by Maxamation is a real help to our team.”
Peter Brewer, CEO of Maxamation appreciates the great partnership with FlyArystan. “The team at FlyArystan have always been a pleasure to work with and we are very pleased to continue our partnership with the new web-based Aviator system. The new Aviator takes revenue management software to the next level with a suite of powerful and practical features, all designed to help the airline to maximise flight revenue. Top marks also go to our support and training staff who make sure that FlyArystan and other airline partners are fully trained and getting every benefit possible from the new Aviator.”
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