Travelport continues to show revenue gains as it delivers results for the first quarter ending March 31, 2013
Expect the largest onboard payments processor to announce either an acquisition, its purchase by a larger player, or a plan to raise capital to invest in supporting payment processing for in-flight entertainment systems.
IATAâ€™s proposed NDC airline standard wonâ€™t meet the performance necessary to meet the demands of internet surfers according to a senior Google exec
Travelport has developed technology enabling airlines to sell their full range of services via whatever channel they choose
Seems like the sky is the limit for inflight entertainment at the moment according to the numbers pulled together for this neat infographic
American Airlinesâ€™ recent announcement that it has revamped its domestic fare structure is a big deal
It is an ever edgy relationship between airline and global distribution system and now more than ever because of IATA’s plans for a new distribution system
US budget carrier Southwest Airlines may begin sending passengers videos that confirm details on a flight’s departure time, gate number, and arrival time — and also upsell the customers with ancillary products.
Is history repeating itself? An interesting move by Flybe this morning sees the airline going back to a bundled approach except this time with a supplement
As airlines begin touting their best(est), fastest, in-flight electronic services, business travellers will be needing a guide to which airline offers in-flight wifi, when it can be used and on what device.