Singapore (Singapore), Jan 27: IBS and Cendant TDS participated in the Asia Pacific & Middle East Aviation & Tourism Outlook 2005, and the 2nd Annual Asia Pacific Low Cost Airline Symposium 2005 organised by the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) on January 24-27, 2005.
Over 250 delegates from various sectors attended Outlook 2005, and over 350 delegates, sponsors, speakers and media attended the Low Cost Airline Symposium.
Cendant TDS and IBS exhibited iRes at the Cendant TDS booth at the venue. iRes is IBS’ new generation passenger services system designed to replace less flexible and expensive legacy systems. IBS has primary responsibility for development and support of iRes and Cendant TDS has the primary responsibility for product management, sales, marketing, and customer relationships.
The events featured top-level government and aviation industry heads from the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions and focused on the prospects for the year ahead for airlines, airports, government aviation policy and tourism in the regions. Among the key speakers at the conferences were government ministers, top-level bureaucrats and numerous airline CEOs. During the panel discussion at the Low Cost Airline Symposium, Mark Hollander from Cendant TDS spoke on how technology providers are trying to accommodate the needs of low cost carriers.
Among the sponsors of the conference were Cendant TDS, Boeing, MAS, Eye, Navitaire, Arinc, Senai Airport, SITA, and the Bird Group. The International Herald Tribune was the official media partner of the event.