Travel Technology Interactive

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Travel Technology Interactive
Société Anonyme
Industry Travel Technology
Founded 2001
Headquarters Paris, France
Services IT systems for the travel industry
Number of employees
Subsidiaries TTI France
TTI do Brasil
TTI Asia
TTI Caraïbes

Travel Technology Interactive Group (also known as TTI) is a French-based international company. It is a solution provider for the air transport industry, specialized in IT software for the management of airlines. It provides an Airline Reservations System with an integrated Global Distribution System (GDS).

The company was originally created in 2001, as a dedicated IT company for Air Antilles Express. In 2005, it became an Amadeus IT Group worldwide business partner.[1] In August 2006, it became an IATA StB Preferred Partner.[2] The next year, it acquired a competitor in Latin America, CIONS Software,[3] a Brazilian IT company based in Ribeirao Preto (Brazil) and renamed it TTI do Brasil. In November 2007, it opened its first subsidiary, TTI Caraïbes, based in Baie-Mahault (Guadeloupe). In May 2008, Travel Technology Interactive signed a cooperation agreement with Hahn Air [4] for it to provide complementary BSP distribution services to Travel Technology Interactive’s airline customers. In 2010, the company opened its subsidiary TTI Asia in Singapore. On April 18, 2011, Travel Technology Interactive was listed on NYSE Alternext in Paris.[5]

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  1. ^ Amadeus Press release December 12, 2005
  2. ^ IATA Strategic Partnerships IATA Webpage
  3. ^ CIONS purchased by TTI Press release, 2007
  4. ^ Hahn Air cooperation agreement Press release, May 13, 2008
  5. ^ TTI on NYSE Alternext Article in French, May 18, 2011

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