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Maroto will be new Amadeus chief

Maroto will be new Amadeus chief

19 January 2010 Travel Technology News

Amadeus has announced that Luis Maroto, who is currently the company’s Deputy CEO will succeed David V. Jones in 2011. Jones will continue to lead the company as President & CEO through 2010 and Maroto will take over the reins in January 2011.

British Airways and Amadeus extend long-term agreement

British Airways and Amadeus extend long-term agreement

21 December 2009 Press Release Airline News

Amadeus, a global leader in technology and distribution solutions for the travel and tourism industry, and British Airways, the UK’s largest international airline, have today announced a three-year extension of their content agreement taking it up to 2013. The renewed agreement guarantees full-content access to Amadeus users worldwide, ensuring travel agents have access to the same range of fares through Amadeus as they would through the airline’s website.

BA and Amadeus agree content deal

BA and Amadeus agree content deal

21 December 2009 Travel Technology News

Travel agents using the Amadeus booking platform will have guaranteed full-content access to all British Airways’ fares for another three years, it was announced today (December 21). The deal means consultants will have access to the same range of fares and inventory through Amadeus as they would through the airline’s website and at the same opt-in levels as those established in 2007.

New cruise booking tool for agents

New cruise booking tool for agents

16 December 2009 Cruise News

Agents will be able to get access to 90% of the world’s cruises from 16 operators with the launch of a new online booking tool. Amadeus’ eCruise sits alongside Amadeus’ existing desktop application Amadeus Cruise and will give agents access to multimedia content, destination information and real-time cabin availability.