Lufthansa Systems CEO Wolfgang Gohde believes that his company's new FACE (Future Airline Core Environment) modular passenger solution will enable it to steal a march on what he clearly sees as LHS's primary competitors: Sabre Group, parent of the GDS, Travelocity, and Sabre Airline Solutions, and Amadeus, which is moving aggressively into traditional airline IT from its core GDS activity and has had some key wins with its new Altea suite, including Qantas, British Airways and KLM. Lufthansa ...

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