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Airline Automation (AAI) changes name to Amadeus Revenue Integrity

Amadeus continues to offer both the Airline Automation Inc. product portfolio and the proven benefits of a global technology leader

Madrid, Spain & Tucson, Arizona - 16 March 2006: Amadeus, global leader in technology solutions for the travel and tourism industry, today announces that Airline Automation Inc. (AAI), a wholly-owned Amadeus company, has changed its name to Amadeus Revenue Integrity Inc. AAI was acquired by Amadeus in November 2003 in its drive to become the leading IT provider to the travel industry.

The Amadeus Revenue Integrity division will continue to operate from Arizona as Amadeus’ centre of excellence for the delivery of a comprehensive portfolio of solutions, including Amadeus Revenue Integrity. This portfolio allows airlines to uplift their capacity to firm flights through the use of intelligent duplicate name matching, itinerary logic, enforced ticketing time limits and booking audits that verify compliance. Airlines therefore can maximise revenue and increase yield, ensuring they are filling planes with paying customers instead of flying with empty seats.

Currently, 30 airlines worldwide, from large to medium & small-sized carriers, use Amadeus Revenue Integrity solutions, including: Delta Airlines, Aerolineas Argentinas, Czech Airlines, United and Bangkok Airways.

Furthermore, American Airlines has recently renewed its contract to use the Amadeus Revenue Integrity solution. Scott Nason, American Airlines Vice President of Revenue Management, said, “In addition to having a product line that helps us maximise our revenue, the folks at AAI, now the Amadeus Revenue Integrity division, have always been very responsive to our needs and extremely easy to work with.”

Scott Kimbriel, President & CEO of the Amadeus Revenue Integrity division, comments, “Our existing customers will continue to benefit from the high level of innovation and expertise they have always enjoyed with AAI. At the same time, other airline customers can take advantage of our offer, which is fully integrated into the Amadeus airline IT solutions portfolio.”

If you are planning to attend the CASMA Spring Conference in Vancouver, you can find out more about these solutions with Frank Arciuolo, Executive Vice President, Amadeus Revenue Integrity, at the Revenue Integrity Workshop on March 20th.

Further information is available at: www.amadeus.com/airlines/revenueintegrity.

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