Airline technology provider TTI (Travel Technology Interactive) has expanded its regional headquarters in Singapore to grow some existing functions and add new support services to the region.
Key functions, such as help desk, training and account management teams were increased in size, while a technical team was added to manage technical development and support.
Gregoire Echalier, CEO of TTI, stated: “The Asia-Pacific region is critical to the overall global presence of TTI and I am pleased to see that our Asia-Pacific growth has been driven not only by new customers, but importantly, by good business from our existing airline customers,” adding that new regional developments will be announced soon.
Echalier said TTI has seen existing customers Air KBZ (Myanmar) and US-Bangla Airlines (Bangladesh) launch their first international routes in the past months. Air KBZ also recently launched its first code share agreement.
TTI is headquartered in France, with development centres based in Marseilles and Brazil and with regional headquarters in Singapore and Panama.