Since Sunday, the airline trade organization has been showing of its official simulation of a desktop interface using fare information based on its New Distribution Capability (NDC).
Here’s the backstory to the European Commission’s request for more information about the privacy protections of the global airline industry’s proposed new distribution capability.
Screenshots of Farelogix’s desktop product shows how agents mights sell ancillaries distributed directly by the airlines via the New Distribution Capability (NDC).
An executive at the Madrid-based GDS talks to Tnooz about an industry proposal to change the standards for airline distribution communications — and what may come afterward.
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 IATA‚Äôs application covering the New Distribution Capability.
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.
A proposal for revised standards for how airlines provide airfare content to end users probably won’t replace GDSs. But that doesn’t mean the effort is useless.
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
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
IATA’s proposals for an airline ancillary platform has hit its first hurdle as travel agents’ associations in Europe file concerns with the European Commission.