Airpas Aviation, a provider of real-time route profitability and cost management solutions for airlines industry, has been acquired by Sabre.
The deal, for an undisclosed sum, will open the Airpas solutions to Sabre’s global customer base.
German company Airpas helps airlines improve profitability and better manage operational costs with solutions to calculate the cost of each flight, starting from the time the flight takes off through the aircraft landing at the destination.
Carriers can adjust routes, aircraft and schedules during daily operations to optimize profitability by analysing the fluctuating operating costs of individual routes such as fuel costs, airport and navigation charges, ground operations, catering and crew expenses.
Sabre said: “With the integration of Airpas Aviation’s solutions into the Sabre portfolio, airline customers will benefit from the efficiency of a cohesive commercial planning solution and working with one provider that fully understands and helps meet their commercial planning needs.”