Korean Air and ANA, Japan’s largest carrier, signed contracts to migrate to the full Amadeus Altea Customer Management Solution.
Aerolineas Argentinas, meanwhile, expanded its 12-year relationship with Sabre and will use the next-generation SabreSonic Customer Sales and Service system.
Korean Air also selected Amadeus to power its TOPAS subsidiary, which provides a central reservations system for the Korean market.
Amadeus will provide the technology for a next-generation travel agency reservation system, based on the Amadeus Selling Platform.
Korean Air and Amadeus have been joint shareholders of TOPAS since 1999, when Amadeus acquired 32% of the company.
However, this will be the first time that Amadeus technology will be widely introduced to the Korean travel industry.
ANA is the first Japanese carrier to sign a contract for Amadeus Altea.
Altea will replace the carrier’s 20-year-old legacy passenger services system.
In addition to the SabreSonic CSS, Aerolineas Argentinas will use SabreSonic Web to power its website.
The Argentine carrier also renewed its full-content distribution agreement with Sabre Travel Network.