Screenshots of Farelogix’s desktop product shows how agents mights sell ancillaries distributed directly by the airlines via the New Distribution Capability (NDC).
Travelport continues to show revenue gains as it delivers results for the first quarter ending March 31, 2013
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
The airlines’ main lobbying organization does a point-by-point rebuttal of a draft letter to Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood asking the Secretary to reject IATAâ€™s application covering the New Distribution Capability.
Disappointment at IATA towers today – the airline group has been knocked back by a District Court in the US in its attempt to have court papers published from the American Airlines-Sabre case.
The Gray Lady officially announced its deep skepticism about the New Distribution Capability (NDC), the airlines’ proposal for revised standards for how airlines provide airfare content to end users. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) responds.
Ancillary services are here to stay, so how do travel companies and airlines develop their technology and relationships so that merchandising can work for everyone?
As we have seen around the world â€“ ancillary sales and the unbundling of the airline product has led to profits for both the legacy network carriers and low cost carriers alike
IATA has selected the Open AXIS airline technology standards as the basis for its New Distribution Capability platform.
The announcement of the unification of US Airways and American Airlines marks the end of the current run of consolidation of the major US carriers.