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Airlines can evaluate interline performance with new Accelya solution

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In a bid to help airlines easily evaluate their interline performance, Accelya – a leading provider of airline financial and business intelligence solutions to the airline industry, has launched eSpin™. → Read More

Al Tayyar Travel Group and Travelport enhance partnership

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Travelport, the leading distribution services and e-commerce provider for the global travel industry, and Al Tayyar Travel Group – one of the largest travel companies in the Middle East and Africa – have strengthened their partnership with the signing of a new multi-year agreement, which will see both companies significantly enhance their business → Read More

Sabre launches three new data-driven products

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Sabre, a global technology company serving the travel industry, today launched three data-driven travel solutions – Customer Experience Manager, Guest Connect Upsell and TripCase Corporate – to help travel companies design and offer a more personalised shopping and travel experience for travelers. → Read More

lastminute UK boss quits

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Mark Maddock, managing director UK and Ireland of lastminute.com, has quit amid speculation that parent, Sabre Corporation, is looking to sell lastminute.com. → Read More

NASDAQ welcomes Sabre to NASDAQ Stock Market

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The NASDAQ OMX Group announced that trading of Sabre Corporation commenced on The NASDAQ Stock Market on April 17. → Read More

First Choice in cinema deal

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First Choice has launched a brand new partnership withVue Cinemas aimed at bringing the ‘all-inclusive feeling’ to life in the UK. The partnership deal has been organised by Digital Cinema Media (DCM). → Read More

Virgin Australia partners with Sabre

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Sabre is now selling Virgin Australia’s Extra Legroom Seats, pre-paid bags and unaccompanied traveler ancillaries in the Sabre global distribution system. → Read More

TripAdvisor is now the world's most popular travel app

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TripAdvisor®, the world's largest travel site*, today announced it has reached the mobile milestone of 100 million downloads for its free app for iPhone and Android. The number of downloads more than doubled in the past year and is up 6x from 2011. → Read More

Comair renews its global full content agreement with Travelport

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Travelport, a leading distribution services and e-commerce provider for the global travel industry, has renewed its global full content agreement with South African owned Comair Limited (Comair). Comair operates scheduled airline services under its low-cost airline brand, kulula.com, as well as the British Airways brand as part of its licence agreement with British Airways Plc. → Read More

Lufthansa selects Amadeus to power online booking options

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Amadeus has been chosen by Lufthansa to power the airline’s brand new shopping, booking and re-booking webpages with its suite of next generation e-Commerce solutions. Lufthansa.com, which receives over 210 million visitors per annum, now has a completely revamped shopping and booking flow that will streamline the purchasing experience for travellers by improved navigation and transparent pricing information. → Read More

Sabre signs up TripAdvisor for Red App

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Global travel technology company Sabre has partnered with TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site, to bring the most in-depth, up-to-date seat and in-flight amenity information to agents via a new Sabre Red App. The world’s first B2B application store for the travel industry, the Sabre Red App Centre provides an open platform and marketplace for developers to build and promote unique applications that can be integrated into the Sabre Red Workspace, expanding the environment in which travel agents shop, book and manage travel. → Read More

easyJet keeps passengers switched on

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easyJet has announced that from today, all passengers onboard will be allowed to use their personal electronic devices such as laptops, DVD players, tablets and mobile phones onboard in 'Flight Mode' throughout the whole flight including during take-off and landing. Up until now, passengers have had to turn their devices off for both periods during the flight, and the change comes after recent recommendations from the European Aviation Safety Agency for these restrictions to be relaxed. → Read More

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