Timothy O'Neil-Dunne

 
Timothy O'Neil-Dunne

Timothy O'Neil-Dunne is a contributing Node to Tnooz. He writes about travel in particular aviation, technology, startups and innovation in long and short forms.

He has two day jobs: managing partner at travel consultancy firm, T2Impact, where he serves as the lead for the airline, aviation and airport practice. His is also 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 international and ground transportation portfolios, before founding T2Impact in 1998 and VaultPAD in 2012.

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 infrastructure to product.

Timothy is also a permanent advisor to the World Economic Forum and writes as Professor Sabena. He sits on a number of advisory and executive boards.

 
airline pricing Unravelling (some of) the complexities of airline pricing
airline pricing 9 months ago

Most travel agents take for granted that GDSs are accurate 100% of the time and rely on that accuracy in the issuance …

 
travel icons 12 months ago

Travel ecommerce (online travel, digital travel – the terms often vary) has been on a roll for quite a while now. The …

 
american airlines new 1 year ago

Sabre and American Airlines have formally agreed to a deal whereby both US Airways and its sister carrier will use Sabre as …

 
dynamic pricing 1 year ago

Last week, Delta had a “computer malfunction” which resulted in fares being offered at some ridiculous prices. In some case tickets were available …

 
evil technology 1 year ago

I like to think I am not a luddite – but judging by the quality of mobile travel apps out there today, …

 
Mobile payments 2 years ago

A lot of people are excited about mobile travel and in particular mobile payments. They say, “Its the panacea to everything,” or “mobile first, it’s the only the way to go!”

 
boss door worker 2 years ago

In many quarters IATA is being demonized for promoting the very idea of a new distribution platform for airlines.

 
happy pilots 2 years ago

Détente, meeting of minds? I am going to hypothesize how the industry as a whole can get behind the ideas surrounding IATA’s NDC and find some common ground for moving forward.

 
camp fire singing 2 years ago

This is first article in a two parter on distribution and the airlines. In the first part I am going to try to cut through some of the partisan rhetoric and focus on why NDC is such an important issue for the whole industry.

 
blue sky aeroplane 2 years ago

As in previous years there is a fair amount of a buzz at the SITA IT Summit around some new products and services for the airline and airport world.

 
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