P-LABS announcement

PlusAir Solutions has been restlessly working in the past months to formulate a solution that meets the modern needs of airlines. The decision to roll out a new tech brand now was highly affected by the feedback we received from the 10+ airlines during the Ancillary Roadshow 3.0 this Spring but the experience gained in our 17-year history also inspired us to level up.


The new tech brand named P-LABS was created to help airlines in 3 ways:

1. INTEGRATING ancillary products to the booking funnel and the post-booking channels such as manage my booking or online check-in

2. Offering MULTIPLE PRODUCT TYPES through one connection resulting in an easily manageable solution from both tech and contracting

3. COMPATIBILITY with travel commerce systems from state-of-the-art to legacy or in-house developed booking management systems


So, what are the ancillary products?

PlusAir Solutions is widely known as one of the European companies which specialize in integrating airport transfers to different airline sales channels and the only one which does it commercially successfully (based on research and communication with airlines).

This has been expanded by more products in the past years: airport parking, lounge, and fast track. More on this at the next product agreement release.

There is another product, something unique, the first in the market. We aim to publish it towards the end of the summer together with a press release of a brand-new partnership. Let us surprise you.

P-LABS will conduct the first official consultations this summer, the airlines involved will gain access to the exact commercial details and to the information about the third ancillary product before release.


Zsolt Kutasi, CEO of PlusAir commented,

“I am confident that our investments and developments, as well as the expansion of our IT partnerships to establish further technological specialization, will lead to long-term success in the industry for both the airlines and PlusAir. This is a further step towards helping airlines maximize ancillary revenue and minimize costs.”