Trans Guyana Airways launches new booking engine

TGA online booking

Trans Guyana Airways (TGA) on Monday launched a new online booking engine for its customers to make or lookup reservations, purchase airline tickets, and check-in online. The Passenger Service System (PSS) is powered by AeroCRS, a cloud-based system for managing routes for scheduled or charter airlines.

Alexandra Correia, Commercial Manager of Trans Guyana Airways said, “AeroCRS was chosen as an upgrade to our current reservation and commercial software because we found the program user-friendly, fast and dynamic. We anticipate that the introduction of AeroCRS will assist us in upgrading the level of service that we provide to our customers by increasing our efficiency and giving us more information about our customers so that we can better tailor our service to their needs.”

TGA which has been operating since 1956 recently launched five weekly scheduled flights from Ogle and Barbados, its second international route. Apart from its service to Suriname which is temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, TGA provides scheduled and charter services to over 50 destinations in Guyana.

Meir Hadassi-Turner, Founder & CEO of AeroCRS said, “I am glad to see that even in those unprecedented times, Trans Guyana Airways decided to take a big step and implement AeroCRS solutions. For an airline that is serving the market for more than 50 years, this is an immense change and we are happy that TGA put their faith and trust in us allowing us to facilitate their reservations process and assist with superior customer experience. We are excited to form a part of the new transformation journey of TGA, supplying the airline with top-notch services.” 

AeroCRS, an Israel based company, provides cutting edge solutions to the airline industry and supports more than 65 airlines around the world.

Trans Guyana Airways’ fleet consists of Cessna Caravans, Britten-Norman Islanders, and Beechcraft 1900D aircraft.

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