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2009-09-24 05:52:00

PARIS, September 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Oberthur Technologies, the world's second largest supplier of smart card solutions, has been selected by STM (Societe de Transport de Montreal) to supply contactless cards for use throughout the Montreal region's public transport network. As the sole supplier to STM, Oberthur Technologies will deliver the e-ticketing smart cards over the next four years, which can be used on buses, the subway and commuter trains throughout the Greater...

2008-09-21 00:00:12

PUNE: Vivek Mahajan, a senior citizen living in Dhankawdi travels frequently by train. However, he does not take a ride to the reservation counter, he simply uses the e-ticketing facility. Like Mahajan, there are large number of passengers opting for e- ticketing way for reservation of their railway journey tickets. As a result, the share of earning from e-ticketing has gone up to 25 per cent of the total reservation earnings. "The e-ticketing facility was introduced a couple of years...

2008-07-29 09:00:41

AirTran Airways has introduced new e-ticketing capabilities to simplify the booking, ticketing and reporting process for corporate travelers through select global distribution systems. The airline is adding this new enhancement to save corporations time and money when booking AirTran Airways through the global distribution systems (GDS). Effective immediately, e-ticketing will be available initially through the Sabre GDS and will enable corporations and travel management companies to book...

2008-06-25 21:02:28

By Jeeva Arulampalam MALAYSIA Airlines' (MAS) passenger service system will be fully implemented by October 2009, simplifying passenger travel from booking to boarding a flight. With an investment of RM400 million for a system to be used till 2017, MAS hopes to save RM100 million per annum in return. By moving to electronic-ticketing (e-ticketing) at a 97 per cent conversion rate currently, MAS is able to save RM70 million per annum. On top of the e-ticketing process, passengers can...


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