Paxport and Multicom have become one

read about

our new company and what we can offer you


Increasing your ancillary revenues and managing your data

Merchandising Distribution System

Our Merchandising and Distribution System will enable automated transactions between travel service providers (airlines, hotels and others) and resellers (tour operators, OTAs and traditional travel agents). The MDS not only aggregates and distributes the fares and bookings, but also additional services like choice of seating, extra luggage and a preorder duty-free service. In addition, the MDS merchandises the ancillary services to optimise conversions and revenues throughout the entire process from search and booking to post-booking. 

Read more about Merchandising Distribution System >

Travel Merchandising Services

PaxShop is an outsourced ancillary web shop service providing a modern, convenient shopping experience and an increase of your average ancillary revenue by up to €5 per transported passenger. We deliver added ancillary revenues rather than costly licenses and implementation projects: our clients have reached conversion rates up to 45% and €70 average order value.

Read more about our Travel Merchandising Services >

Passenger Management Services

PaxConnect ensures consistent quality and delivery of your passenger service at the right time and place. We interact daily with our global network of airlines, travel resellers, airports and third party service providers.

Our services are easily and quickly set up, as we use our own systems, interworking with our client´s existing platforms.

Read more about our Passenger Management Services >

Your travel retail partner

Paxport is a long-term travel retail partner, handling selected parts of the business process from planning, marketing and sales to delivery and performance optimisation. Our outsourced, managed services set us apart from the travel technology suppliers. 



Ancillary Revenue Hunt

Play our game and find out how to be successful.

Ancillary revenue, consisting of a la carte charges, commissions on travel-oriented services, and the sale of frequent flyer points, now provides the power to allow airlines to be profitable.

- Tony Tyler, Director General and CEO of IATA