One of the world’s largest airline Air France-KLM has announced a partnership with blockchain startup Winding Tree, which hopes to reduce the number of intermediaries in the process of buying tickets and services to clients.
It is assumed that “a decentralized platform for travel” BtoB users, startups and companies will be able to access a wide range of offers in travel tailored to demand. For its part, the airline will support the technological development partner, testing the solution and giving it feedback.
Startup Winding Tree has already signed partnership agreements with Lufthansa, Eurowings, Swiss Air, Swissport, Brussels Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Air New Zealand and intends to press companies involved in the technologies of travel, among which are gianty such as Expedia, Priceline, Amadeus, Sabre and Travelport.
Recall that a year ago, building and maintenance Department (MRO) Air France-KLM began to consider applying the blockchain technology to create the first distributed registry management repair works in aircraft conditions.