Worldspan travel agency subscribers inthe United States and Canada have gained preferred access to the advancedBookingBuilder(TM) Desktop for shopping and booking travel products fromtravel supplier Web sites.
One of Latin America’s leading hotel distribution and reservations management companies, CMNet, has signed a long-term distribution agreement with global travel technology provider Worldspan, L.P.
What a dramatic period of change! This past week has seen the online travel industry rocked by two major industry buy outs, during an unprecedented phase of transformation.
Travelport and Worldspan have confirmed a definitive agreement to merge Worldspan into a subsidiary of Travelport in a $1.4 billion deal.
Worldspan has simplified car rental and hotel booking capabilities for travel agency subscribers with advanced, interactive tools that sit right on the travel agent’s desktop.
Worldspan e-Pricing is making its debut in the Caribbean, offering customers the same advanced fare shopping and booking tools that are in use by the majority of the world’s largest travel Web sites.
Aeromexico has finalized a new multi-year agreement with Worldspan, L.P.
Worldspan today announced theintroduction of Worldspan Fare by Rule, a new dynamic pricing solution thatutilizes ATPCO Automated Rules Category 25 to create new fares by filingdiscounts off existing published and private airfares or filing zonal pricingprograms in the ATPCO system.
Worldspan and The LastMinuteTravel Network today announced an agreement enabling Worldspan to provide online air and rental car reservation capabilities for LastMinuteTravel.com.
Worldspan President and Chief Executive Officer Paul Blackney praised Sabre`s new corporate online booking fee program to help reduce corporate travel distribution costs. The program, which mirrors Worldspan`s Corporate Online Program introduced in 2000, signals a greater awakening among other members of the GDS industry to the need for change in current approaches. However, Blackney stressed the more essential need will be a comprehensive new business model that is more equitable for all travel distribution constituents and travel products, including and beyond those that serve the Web-based, self-booking segment of the corporate travel market.
Worldspan, the Atlanta-based globalreservation system and travel technology provider, is highlighting itscorporate profile-literally-at its Kansas City office campus with theinstallation of bright new corporate logo signs.