Timothy O'Neil-Dunne

 
Timothy O'Neil-Dunne

Timothy O'Neil-Dunne is a contributing Node to Tnooz and managing partner at travel consultancy firm, T2Impact. He serves as the lead for the airline, aviation and airport practice. He is also a Co-founder of VaultPAD an accelerator devoted exclusively to travel and travel-related startup businesses.

Timothy was a founding management team member of the Expedia team where he headed the ground transportation and international portfolios, before founding T2Impact in 1998.

He has worked in aviation and travel distribution for more than 30 years, including time with Worldspan as head of technology where he managed international technology services from product to infrastructure.

He is also CTO and deputy CEO of Lute Technologies, a permanent advisor to the World Economic Forum and writes on the T2Impact Blog. He is also a non-executive director at OpenJaw Technologies.

 
change tune Pivotal moments in 2014 – when Sabre changed its tune over NDC
change tune 3 days ago

There was a subtle change at Sabre HQ during 2014 – from leading the battle against IATA‘s NDC to embracing it. Sabre went …

 
dumb and dumber 4 weeks ago

This is the story of two brands in travel. One respected, one trying to get respect. One is Uber, the other is …

 
iran travel 2 months ago

As part of sanctions largely led by the USA against Iran, the country has been in the dark for many years. Now …

 
party poppers 2 months ago

IATA has obviously used previous World Passenger Symposiums as a platform to advance the concept of its NDC (New Distribution Capability). But this …

 
consumer journey 3 months ago

Understanding the digital consumer from research outside of the travel industry is both relevant and timely. CapGemini one of the leading professional …

 
plane office building 3 months ago

The rumoured bidding war is over – Germany-based SAP emerged as the victor in the battle to acquire Concur. The deal for …

 
halo technology 3 months ago

This is a piece I have wanted to write for a long time, not least because I have always been worried about …

 
departure board airport 5 months ago

Consumer expectation should be (and is in general) that if they buy a ticket on airline X then the same conditions apply …

 
ndc 6 months ago

In part one of this two-part series on the progress of IATA’s New Distribution Capability we looked at technology, process and enablement. …

 
airline ndc 6 months ago

New Distribution Capability gets tentative approval in the US but is it too little, too late and at what cost? NB: This is …

 
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