Better Information for Better Decisions
|Welcome to the T2RL site for the airline IT market. T2RL aim to provide a consistent view of the market for airlines' information technology. This enables airlines to make informed decisions when selecting solutions to their technology requirements. It allows solutions vendors to understand the dynamics of the market and their competitive position within it and investors to evaluate opportunities for providing capital to the industry.||The data you will find here is the result of over a decade's research into the market by the principals of T2RL. It is derived from published sources and direct primary research that we have carried out since 1999 and continue to carry out in the course of our work with airlines, IT vendors and investors.
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|Latest 2018 Passenger Numbers are now live
2018 Passenger Volumes show 6.68% growth
In the year 2018 T2RL recorded:
What's in t2rl.net?
The T2RL Database and Business Models
What is it?The backbone of our analysis is an industry database of virtually all airlines, vendors, relationships, contracts, distribution, passenger activity, airline e-commerce and related statistics. We use this data for our own analysis and for producing charts and easy to understand dynamic graphics. Additionally we give the subscribers the ability to drill into the data to do their own analysis and reporting.
New airlines are starting up all the time. Despite frequently being unable to return the cost of capital there are investors willing to fund new airline ventures.
We list startups by region, country, city, principle hub, website, fleet, routes, business model, planned operational date, investors and AOC where the information is available.
Franchise Adjustments and Market Share Reporting
Reporting on the airline industry is a very challenging activity. Reporting on the supply of IT services to the industry just adds to the complications. At T2RL we have a well-established process to ensure that we track numbers that are consistent and provide an accurate representation of the state of the industries we follow.
Graphical representation of the airline passenger application architecture. The information documents and identifies the relationships between reservations, operational systems, revenue integrity, customer data, revenue management, accounting and business intelligence.
Graphical and statistical views of global distribution channels of airlines by channel showing timeline growth.
In the contracts section you can see which airlines are using which PSS products, and most interestingly the known expiry date of the contracts. By filtering this data by year and by airline size we are able to list the upcoming addressable market for each product over the next 16 years. This is a premium product.
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Drill down into airline detail, passenger traffic, business model, system vendors and contracts for commercial and operations. Search and filter by name, code, tier, region, country, business model, passenger numbers, Alliance status and software.
A unique perspective on the key systems vendors including ownership, customers, market share, platforms, functionality, history, analysis and outlook.
In the recently launched contracts section you can see which airlines are using which PSS products, and Vendor market shares represented by tables or charts. Users can filter results by product region, country, passenger volume tier and passenger numbers.
As well as capturing data, T2RL is engaged with analysing and understanding what those data represent. The Market Insights section contains the latest publications from T2RL Analysts on the development of the Airlines IT services industry.
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