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The resulting system, new distribution capability (NDC), is beginning to show results three years after it was introduced, airlines say. "Airlines want the agility and flexibility to push things the way they do on their website and sell more content," said Yanik Hoyles, director of NDC at the International Air Transport Association (IATA). With NDC, agents and travel sites are connected directly to airlines' visuals and information about onboard amenities such as Wi-Fi access, plane type, entertainment options. The system also allows passengers to buy extras such as seat upgrades, extra baggage or lounge access, and even non-airline items such as hotels, car hire and restaurant reservations, all under the auspices of the carrier on which they book their trip. "When you know that airlines are investing billions in these options and experiences... you can imagine how happy we are to be able to communicate and try to market these options to the passenger," IATA director general Alexandre de Juniac said at the association's annual meeting in Sydney. The need for airlines to work harder for robust profits was highlighted in Sydney this week, where rising fuel and labour costs were in the spotlight. Extras are now responsible for virtually all of the net profits in some instances, Peter Harbison, executive chairman of CAPA-Centre for Aviation, told Reuters. "More than half of the world's airline profits come from the U.S. carriers, and of that almost 100 percent is from baggage charges and booking changes," he said. As low-cost but highly profitable carrier Ryanair puts it, selling flights is a way to get customers to spend on other items.
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