Chinese aviation IT company to open in Georgia

ATLANTA — TravelSky Technology Limited will open a research and development center in Duluth to expand its work in the travel and tourism industries, according to Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal.

The company is making a $10 million investment in Georgia and creating 50 jobs.

“Georgia is absolutely the right place for innovative technology companies like TravelSky to grow and find success,” Deal said in a statement. “We have a longstanding commitment to cultivating technology growth in the state and an arsenal of resources to make it happen, including a highly-educated workforce and access to top-notch university research.”

Headquartered in Beijing, TravelSky is the primary provider of IT solutions to China’s air travel and tourism industries. The company’s aviation information technology services are delivered to Chinese commercial airlines and more than 290 foreign and regional commercial airlines.

TravelSky provides air passenger service, air travel distribution, airport passenger processing, air cargo data processing, internet travel platform, domestic and international transport revenue management system, as well as final settlement and liquidation services. After 30 years of development and improvement, a complete information service line and a multi-tier, service-oriented system have been established to increase the efficiency of industry players.

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