KIU System (CRS&GDS)

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Type Airline technology provider
Industry Airlines


location = Montevideo, Uruguay
Products Airline Reservations System, Global Distribution System, Departure Control System, internet booking engine, B2C, Airline Cargo Software

KIU is a Computer Reservations System and Global Distribution System[1] used by airlines, travel agencies and hosted airlines GSAs worldwide. Current hosted carriers include: EasyFly, Sol Líneas Aéreas, LADE - Líneas Aéreas Del Estado, Star Perú, LC Peru, LASER Airlines, Aeropostal, Venezolana, Amaszonas, CanaryFly, Aruba Airlines, Tiara Air Aruba, Air Panama, Rutaca & MAYAir among others. It current IATA code is C1 and it is certified by SITA / CUTE and Ultra Electronics UltraCUSE airport check-in platforms.


KIU was formed in 2002 by a team of professionals of the Airline and IT industry. KIU has experienced a continuous growth until become the most important Latin American Computer Reservations System and Global Distribution System, Airline inventory, Departure Control System, Air Cargo & revenue accounting systems with strong presence in many regiona, low cost airlines and domestic airlines of the following countries : Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Aruba, Panama, Mexico & Spain.

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  1. ^ "Strategic Partnerships". (International Air Transport Association). Accessed May 2011.

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