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Ruili Airlines becomes RMS’s 100th customer of airRM

Revenue Management Systems, an Accelya Group Company (RMS), is proud to announce that it has been selected to provide Ruili Airlines with its state-of-the-art revenue management system, airRM. Ruili Airlines is the 100th customer of RMS worldwide and the 6th in Mainland China. The other Chinese customers are Beijing Capital Airlines, Chengdu Airlines, Shandong Airlines, China United Airlines and Tibet Airlines.

Ruili Airlines was established in 2014 May and is owned by the Yunnan Jingcheng Group. Ruili Airlines serves 34 destinations domestically and internationally. Their fleet size is 18 and estimated to grow to 30 in 2020 and to 80 in 2025. Considering the fast growing pace and the intense competition in the market, Ruili Airlines was looking for a comprehensive revenue management system to support its growth and success, helping them improve work efficiency and make the best market decisions.

“We spent a long period of time researching RM systems, and found airRM as a leading RM system in today’s market. It not only provides comprehensive inventory management and reporting tools, but also implemented the RM models that suit the China market.” Lin Xiao, GM of Marketing Department in Ruili Airlines, said “We believe airRM can analyze data to identify sales opportunities and help us make better and more profitable decisions.”

airRM is a continually evolving airline revenue management system with ground-breaking tools that integrate and display a wealth of critical information from multiple sources. In the coming years, Ruili Airlines will take advantage of airRM to analyze flight performance and closely control pricing to maximize passenger revenues.

“We warmly welcome our sixth customer in mainland China joining the airRM family!” said Jesper Teng, Sales and Account Management Manager of RMS APAC, “Ruili Airlines is one of the leading regional Airlines in southwest China. We are looking forward to providing the most advanced revenue management technology to Ruili Airlines, to support their strategic expanding plan.”

About Ruili Airlines

Ruili Airlines is founded by Yunnan Jingcheng Group. Taking advantage of the rich ethnic cultural resources in Yunnan, Ruili Airlines has become an airline with a unique ethnic culture identity. It serves 51 domestic markets and 7 international markets, with 94 daily flights. The domestic destinations cover 34 cities from 14 provinces, 2 autonomous regions and 2 municipalities in China. 7 international routes serve Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar. More information about Ruili Airlines may be found at

About RMS

Revenue Management Systems (RMS), an Accelya Group Company, is a global leader in revenue management solutions for the aviation, rail, and cargo industries. Our software helps more than 100 Airlines, rail operators, and cargo carriers worldwide make faster, smarter and more profitable decisions, driven by innovation and foresight.  RMS is headquartered in Seattle, Washington (USA) with offices in Australia, Great Britain, The Netherlands, Spain, and Singapore.

About Accelya

Accelya is a leading provider of financial, commercial and analytics solutions to the airline and travel industry. Accelya helps Airlines integrate and simplify their financial processes; to better manage costs, risks, revenue leakages, cash flows, profitability and overall business performance. Accelya’s commercial solutions help Airlines steer sales and strengthen their business relationship with travel agents. It provides insights on airline sales performance, agent performance, route performance and instantly identifies potential for growth. Backed by solid data, Accelya’s analytics and consulting services enable Airlines to take informed decisions by forecasting market trends, identifying revenue opportunities and optimizing costs. With over 250 airline customers, Accelya’s operations are spread across 19 countries and employs over 3000 professionals worldwide. For more information please visit



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