Amadeus said that the airline industry had not been able to make the switch from paper tickets to electronic ones, but that was not the only reason the airline was stuck with the issue.
“The paper ticket issue was an isolated incident that occurred on a small scale,” Amadeaus said.
“In some cases, they even have to pay a fine. “
There are many instances where airlines have been forced to use paper tickets that were not as efficient as the digital ticket,” he added.
But we are not there yet. “
These issues are being solved by the airlines and are being worked on.
That’s the first step in the right direction,” Amadeso said. “
A few months ago, we saw an agreement to move towards paper tickets for electronic travel.
That’s the first step in the right direction,” Amadeso said.
For the moment, Amadeeso said he was not concerned about the airline’s current situation.
“We are still seeing the paper ticket problem.
The paper ticket is still the most efficient way of getting around the airport.
The airline has to pay an extra fee to cover these costs.
I don’t see the need to change the way they do business,” Amadedosaid.