Mexico, Jun. 12 (Notimex).- In the middle of next July, Delta and Aeromexico will be the first companies of the global SkyTeam airline alliance to take advantage of SkyLink Digital Spine technological development functionality.
In a statement, the US airline said that through the virtual platform may facilitate the exchanging seat maps and the cross-selling of additional services among the 20 members of the alliance.
Also, he said, will help airline members solve critical problems and offer customers greater simplicity and convenience when flying between the various members of Sky Team.
This is because the digital tool will reduce the technological differences between airlines in alliance, by allowing the translation of formats and the exchange of messages, said the report.
He also assured that through it, customers can reserve seats without cost homogeneously, pay seats and other ancillary services for all stages of your trip, regardless of the SkyTeam member with whom you have reserved.
According to SkyTeam CEO Perry Cantarutti, the SkyLink Digital Spine is part of the Alliance's innovative technology investments to make air travelling easier, while its design is based on the response to customer suggestions and of the airlines that make it up.
"The new functionality is the backbone of several technical initiatives of the alliance that are in progress," he reiterated.