Low cost airliner Ryanair has signed a deal with GuestLogix for on-board sales technology.
The deal will provide the company with handheld electronic point of sale devices, designed to assist cabin crew with onboard sales transactions.
The technology will be rolled out across Ryanair's fleet from April 2008. The company said in a statement that the new addition will "significantly enhance the onboard sales service, enabling the introduction of more products and improving operations".
Ryanair's chief finance officer and deputy chief executive officer, Howard Millar, said, "Today's deal will mean we will improve our onboard product to better meet passenger needs. The technology will also allow for the launch of more new products, increasing our revenues and in turn enabling us to offer even lower fares to our passengers."
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