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Maureva announces two new airline clients for its EDGAR Passenger Revenue Accounting Solution

Posted 28 March 2018 · Add Comment

Maureva continues to strengthen its position both in Europe and Asia with the recent signature of Air Belgium and the Japanese carrier Star Flyer.

Air Belgium recently received its Air Operating Certificate from Belgium’s Direction Générale Transport Aérien (DGTA), allowing it to start ticket sales in the coming days for its first revenue flights between Brussels and Hong Kong. We are very pleased to announce that Air Belgium has selected Maureva for its EDGAR Passenger Revenue Accounting Managed Services. Air Belgium has opted for a ticketless Passenger Service System (PSS). 
 
Maureva is also proud to announce the signature of Star Flyer our first Japanese airline client. Star Flyer was looking for a trustworthy revenue accounting partner to support its strategic plans for continuous growth, sales control, and improved revenues. We are extremely pleased that Star Flyer has selected our cloud-based EDGAR Passenger Revenue Accounting solution. 
 
"we are very happy to welcome Air Belgium and Star Flyer in the Maureva community. Our solution was built upon design-thinking and more importantly a comprehensive understanding of airline revenue accounting, needs and requirements". said Jennifer Tsang, Head of Business support at Maureva.
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