Timothy O'Neil-Dunne

Timothy O'Neil-Dunne

Timothy O'Neil-Dunne is a contributing Node to Tnooz. He writes about travel, in particular aviation, technology, startups and innovation.

He has two day jobs: managing partner at travel consultancy firm T2Impact, where he serves as the lead for the airline, aviation and airport practice. He is also co-founder of VaultPAD, an accelerator devoted exclusively to travel and travel-related startup businesses. One of the first companies to emerge from the incubator is Air Black Box, a cloud-based software company providing Airline Connectivity Solutions.

Timothy was a founding management team member of the Expedia team, where he headed the international and ground transportation portfolios. He also spent time with Worldspan as head of technology, where he managed international technology services from infrastructure to product.

Timothy is also a permanent advisor to the World Economic Forum and writes as Professor Sabena. He sits on a number of advisory and executive boards.

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halo technology 2 years ago

This is a piece I have wanted to write for a long time, not least because I have always been worried about …

departure board airport 2 years ago

Consumer expectation should be (and is in general) that if they buy a ticket on airline X then the same conditions apply …

ndc 2 years ago

In part one of this two-part series on the progress of IATA’s New Distribution Capability we looked at technology, process and enablement. …

airline ndc 2 years ago

New Distribution Capability gets tentative approval in the US but is it too little, too late and at what cost? NB: This is …

airline pricing 2 years ago

Most travel agents take for granted that GDSs are accurate 100% of the time and rely on that accuracy in the issuance …

travel icons 3 years ago

Travel ecommerce (online travel, digital travel – the terms often vary) has been on a roll for quite a while now. The …

american airlines new 3 years ago

Sabre and American Airlines have formally agreed to a deal whereby both US Airways and its sister carrier will use Sabre as …

dynamic pricing 3 years ago

Last week, Delta had a “computer malfunction” which resulted in fares being offered at some ridiculous prices. In some case tickets were available …

evil technology 3 years ago

I like to think I am not a luddite – but judging by the quality of mobile travel apps out there today, …

Mobile payments 3 years ago

A lot of people are excited about mobile travel and in particular mobile payments. They say, “Its the panacea to everything,” or “mobile first, it’s the only the way to go!”


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