JR Technologies announces the release of its airline retailing platform with end to end support for IATA’s NDC standard version 16.2
George Khairallah, President of JR Technologies, talks about the company, the benefits of New Distribution Capability and what can we expect from JRT in the next six months.
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JR Technologies (JRT) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the IATA level 3 certification as NDC-Capable for the IATA NDC schemas version 15.2.
A mix of different industry stakeholders is required for each NDC pilot. JR Technologies is one of them.
Statements by the company’s President George Khairallah about NDC and American Airlines.
George Khairallah, president of JR Technologies and member of the DDX group states that “more people and airlines are getting involved with NDC”.
JR Technologies is proud to announce that we are now certified as ISO 27001:2013 compliant.
Some technology veterans think little of the airlines’ effort to adopt standards for its programming languages – called the NDC. But for JR Technologies, the NDC is a chance to make some money.
IATA announced three new pilot programs to test the New Distribution Capability (NDC) schemes. Pilot participants include Aeroflot, Aer Lingus, Qatar Airways, and JR Technologies.
IATA announced JR Technologies as a strategic partner for its New Distribution Capability (NDC).
JR Technologies participates for a second time in a NDC pilot. In 2013, JRT participated in pilots with American Airlines and Air New Zealand. This time, JRT will pilot a live implementation of an NDC Aggregator platform.
IATA announced three new pilot programs to test the NDC. This is the second NDC pilot for JR Technologies.
The NDC pilot program was launched in 2013 with pilots involving American Airlines, Air New Zealand, Hainan Airlines, China Southern Airlines and Swiss International Airlines. Now JR Technologies participates in a new pilot NDC.
IATA stated that, “The stage is set and the standards developed to modernize the way that airline products are presented through travel agents. The challenge now is implementation” and JR Technologies takes part on this procedure.
President of JR Technologies, George Khairallah, says that, “We want to help all the players in the airline distribution value chain wrap their arms around NDC. We hope they will all benefit from this exercise”.
“We welcome the participation of Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, and Qatar Airways, as well as JR Technologies. The new pilots will support the development of the NDC standard to modernize the way that airline products are presented through travel agents”, said IATA director general Tony Tyler.