Hitit lands a contract with Air Inuit and enters the Canadian air market

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Hitit Computer Services, a travel technology company serving 67 airlines and travel agencies in 47 countries, has announced its latest partnership with Canadian carrier Air Inuit.

The airline, recognized for its important role in connecting various destinations in the Nunavik region, operates more than 58 routes and connects more than 20 cities, providing a vital transportation service in the Arctic region, especially in harsh conditions. difficult conditions that characterize the region. Its fleet consists of seven Boeing 737s and 15 De Havilland Canada DHC-8s.

But, who is Hitit? A serious competitor for Amadeus or Sabre?

Little known in France, Hitit, established in 1994, is a Turkish provider of IT solutions for airlines, using cutting-edge technology for passenger services, operations, accounting and cargo.

Their “Crane” system is intended to be a complete solution aimed at full-service domestic airlines, regional, low-cost, charter and hybrid airlines, as well as ground handling agencies.

The company had two divisions until April 8, 2014, when Hitit’s loyalty division was purchased by Amadeus IT Group. Hitit’s Airline division remains independent and continues to sell software to airlines and travel agencies in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

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