Malaysia Airlines implements Sabre Network Planning suite
Sabre Corporation has successfully implemented a full suite of Sabre network planning and optimisation solutions for Malaysia Airlines.
The carrier has already started using it to optimise schedules, evaluate routes and manage network planning.
It marks the completion of the second phase of the Sabre solutions implementation with Malaysia Airlines.
Earlier this year, Sabre Schedule Manager, Codeshare Manager, and Slot Manager solutions were completed.
The carrier is now also able to utilise Sabre Profit Manager, Fleet Manager, and Network Manager.
Together, these solutions give Malaysia Airlines better decision support tools to improve schedule profitability, and better meet capacity with demand.
“We can now take full advantage of a wide range of Sabre solutions as we move forward with ambitious growth plans,” said Bryan Foong, Group Chief Strategy Officer, Malaysia Airlines.
“We’re seeing the value these solutions are bringing us in making timely schedule changes.”
Malaysia Airlines is now focused on ramping up capacity to pre-pandemic levels.
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