SITA has partnered with Datalex to unveil an update to the Horizon E-commerce platform currently used by more than 30 airlines
WestJet cut over its reservations system and website to Sabre in 2009, but has decided to replace Sabre for the WestJet.com piece and will use technology from Dublin-based Datalex instead.
Sojern, which helps airlines and other travel companies market targeted offers, picked up $7.5 million in additional financing to fund growth and a rebranding campaign.
And, you thought golf was all about enjoying the great outdoors with friends and figuring out how to avoid slicing the ball out of bounds and into nearby homes and roadways?
If there were any doubt, US Airways made its stance on merchandising and partnerships very clear in its announcement today about its first quarter of 2011 financial results.
With the latest direct-connect chess moves as a backdrop, Sabre is telling customers that it already has a “direct connections” with American Airlines “and hundreds of other airlines globally.”
Open AXIS Group plans to convene a working group focusing on the alleged inadequacies of the travel agency desktop — but the identities of at least some of the attendees may remain a secret.
American Airlines may be at war with the global distribution systems, but Air Canada and Travelport have declared world peace and the advent of Distribution 2.0.
American Airlines struck a deal to use ITA Software’s Inventory Control solution as part of the passenger service system, Jetstream, that HP is building for the airline.