The airlines currently in production with the new sales channels include Air Canada, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic.
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The goal for Japan Airlines is to offer fliers a one-stop travel shopping experience covering hotels, transportation, tours and activities, and travel insurance.
The agreements follow ATPCO’s expanded product distribution for Sabre, Amadeus, and KAYAK.
The deal follows IBM’s powering of personalized offers by Malaysia Airlines.
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“For airlines, the challenge is to ensure that prices are consistent across all channels,” says Infare CCO Harald Eisenaecher.
Australia’s Tiger Airlines is a Cover Genius client, and the company’s international expansion aims for carrier deals.
It takes a lot of intersecting “virtual pipes” to connect corporate travelers to airline products.
In 2017, Warburg initially bought the airline analytics provider for $720M; the purchase by Vista is estimated at up to $1.67 billion.
Carriers are naturally skittish about overselling their flights.
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The non-rev travel management company is staffing up to meet new biz from Europe and Latin America.
The pressure to develop additional revenue streams is greater than ever.
The deals reflect the changes in how airlines present merchandise online.
The distribution of pricing content over the last 10 years has changed dramatically.
The idea is to bring back the romanticism of getting technologists into the travel industry.
The effort drove 54 percent more business-class bookings.
“Thanks to NGS, the age of single-product shopping is finally coming to an end,” says Delta’s Jeff Lobl.
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“AI can help answer all the questions we have every day,” says RMS/Accelya’s Ben Druce: “What are my competitors doing? What's driving demand on this flight?
The AI company’s ‘Retail For Airlines” product promises ‘full control’ of personalized offers to passengers.
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