The complex task of searching affordable low-cost carrier content across the world is being made easier by Singapore-based Atlas’ next-generation Air Travel Retailing and Information Platform (ATRIP).
In its first phase, ATRIP is providing access to more than 160 low-cost carriers, and deeper travel booking insights from Flight Deck – its new portal to facilitate API development, fare comparisons, bookings management and real-time data and analytics.
Founded by CEO Mary Li, a serial entrepreneur, Atlas has leveraged cloud architecture, API, artificial intelligence and machine learning, to bring data-led decision-making to travel, via ATRIP.
Mary Li, CEO of Atlas, is a serial entrepreneur.
Atlas says by aggregating and processes vital data and insights, ATRIP allows travel businesses to make more personalised and informed decisions for their travellers, “faster, and more affordably”.
ATRIP’s technical capacity can support up to 5000 queries per second, taking less than 0.5 seconds to respond, per search query.
To date, the solution has supported more than 370 million searches per day and delivered an increase of up to 300% in targeted airline bookings and sales uplifts of up to 97% for its travel seller customers.
“Everything we do is data-led,” says Li. “ATRIP can capture, store, organise and analyse more first and third-party data to help customers identify industry trends and optimise promotions to drive revenue growth. “
ATRIP is now available to all travel sellers. A trial account is also available.