Sabre has moved to put some space between it and a major systems failure at American Airlines that forced the carrier to ground flights yesterday
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 so-called New American has certainly arrived and is busily ending its long-running court battles with various parts of the industry – the latest being online travel agency, Orbitz.
Cutting it very fine at Amadeus and IAG, umbrella company containing British Airways and Iberia, with the pair renewing their distribution deal at the last minute.
Product news, releases, projects, related analysis and more from the global distribution systems during March 2013 – all here, in one easy read.
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.
Radars generally go up a little bit when a company that has openly talked about going on the public markets goes and hires a new chief financial officer.
Product news, releases, projects, related analysis and more from the global distribution systems during February 2013 – all here, in one easy read.
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?
During a media day hosted recently by Farelogix in the US, Keith Wallis from Air Canada showed a few slides on his airline‚Äôs view of the future.