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Hitit Expands to Canada with New Partner Air Inuit

Issue 19 - 2023
Hitit Expands to Canada with New Partner  Air Inuit

Hitit, Türkiye's first and one of the world's largest three airline and travel technology companies, has found a new business partner in Canada, Air Inuit. With a history spanning 45 years, Air Inuit, one of Canada's most established airlines, will continue its operations through an extensive technology partnership with Hitit. Air Inuit has chosen Hitit's "Crane" solutions for its software needs, while Hitit, with its technology, is entering the Canadian market, adding another country to its list of exports.

Hitit, one of the world's largest airline and travel technology companies, has joined forces with Air Inuit, a respected and long-standing airline company in Canada. Air Inuit will make use of Hitit's pioneering and award-winning software solutions. After integrating Hitit's Crane brand software products into its system, the Canadian airline will continue its operations with Turkish technology. In addition to Passenger Service Systems (PSS), the Canadian airline has also opted for Hitit's Crane solutions for accounting needs, serving nearly 60 destinations in 20 different regions.

Hitit's new export destination: Canada

Nevra Onursal Karaağaç, Deputy Director responsible for Sales and Marketing at Hitit, expressed their excitement about serving this unique region known for its rich cultural heritage and natural beauty, saying, "We export technology to many countries across six continents. However, thanks to the collaboration with Air Inuit, we will be in Canadian skies for the first time."

Karaağaç continued, stating their pride in adding a new export route to their service portfolio: "Our teams have started working on the system transition planned to be completed in the second half of 2024. We will be the closest working partner to help our new partner achieve its goals with services that align with Air Inuit's corporate culture and focus on high passenger satisfaction."

"Hitit's strong technological airline solutions will take us to new heights."

Christian Busch, President and CEO of Air Inuit, also spoke about their partnership with Hitit, saying, "Innovation is one of Air Inuit's strongest strengths, and we believe that the compelling technological airline solutions offered by Hitit today will take us on a journey to new heights. We are very pleased with this partnership."


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