American Airlines and CHAMP extend partnership

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Photo: American Airlines

American Airlines and CHAMP Cargosystems have extended their partnership for access to the largest air cargo community platform, TRAXON cargoHUB.

The carrier will continue to use the air cargo software provider’s services for access to its global network of freight forwarders.

CHAMP’s solution has been used by American Airlines for more than two decades. It has facilitated business with all community players via a single system regardless of message format or protocol.

“We are delighted to have American Airlines renew for CHAMP’s TRAXON cargoHUB solution,” said Nicholas Xenocostas, vice president commercial and customer engagement at CHAMP Cargosystems. “CHAMP looks forward to expanding our set of services and further connect the airline to our community. We will continue to endeavour to provide the best services to connect all players throughout the air cargo supply chain.”

Transport IT firm SITA recently became the sole owner of CHAMP Cargosystems after buying the stake owned by Cargolux Airlines.

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