global distribution system
In recent months we have seen several airlines ratchet up their rhetoric against the global distribution systems (GDSs), namely, Amadeus, Sabre, Travelport, …
The recent Hotel Electronic Distribution Networking Association conference brought together professionals from across the hotel ecosystem, from suppliers to revenue managers to …
Travelport is poised to begin migrating corporate and leisure agents to a brand new GDS it has created in Japan as part of an agreement with the JAL-run AXESS system.
It is said that necessity is the mother of all invention – and we need look no further than the travel industry to see this proverb in practice.
Travelport renews distribution agreement with Jet Airways.
We have probably all heard about it, read about it, seen people discuss it on stage at conferences – but doubts still remain as to how big this Big Data thing could and should be for travel brands.
Travelport signs distribution pact with Khors Air in Ukraine… Spanish rail operator Renfe places tickets into SilverRail system…
ETTSA reacts to IATA’s claim that the NDC is just a new data standard, saying instead it’s anti-competitive — and you don’t have to receive GDS incentives to agree.
Providing customers with more information and choice, enabling agents to sell a wider range of products and opening up a new realm of services more closely tailored to customers’ needs.
Hotel distribution is an intricate weave made up of systems and interfaces that looks impressive from a distance, but doesn’t make much sense when you are up close enough to see the detail.