British Airways has signed a multi-million pound deal with Indian application testing firm NIIT Technologies.
The three-year deal covers support for and testing business-critical applications.
NIIT said the contract is one of the largest ever deals it has signed with a UK airline. It follows a twelve-year relationship between the two companies.
Mike Doyle, British Airways IT application support manager, said: "We are extremely pleased to continue our long-term partnership with NIIT Technologies. They have proven to be a flexible, reliable partner, evolving with our business and the technology trends within the airline industry."
Ravi Pandey, UK head of NIIT Technologies, said: "Our focus through specialisation in the travel and transport industry has differentiated the company."
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