Bhutan Airlines joins Amadeus GDS platform, launches in-flight entertainment

Bhutan Airlines has joined Amadues’ global distribution system (GDS) as well as launched its new in-flight entertainment (IFE) system to provide passengers with a seamless travel experience.

The Amadeus GDS platform, which connects travel agents and online booking platforms to the airline’s inventory, will make it easier for travellers to book flights and access real-time information on flight schedules, availability, and pricing.

Bhutan Airlines has joined Amadeus’ platform to provide its passengers with a seamless travel experience

Initially, tickets will be issued only by 4,000 travel agents in India, such as MakeMy Trip, Yatra, Clear Trip, and on Amadeus’ platform, Bhutan Airlines will join the IATA’s Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP) for other countries, thereby enabling its flight tickets to be issued globally.

The airline’s new wireless IFE system will be available on all flights, offering a wide selection of regional and international movies, documentaries, TV shows, music, podcast, magazines and games, and live flight tracking – passengers will be able to access the IFE system through their personal devices.


Editor’s note: In the original post, Bhutan Airlines was erroneously identified as the national carrier of Bhutan. This has been corrected.

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