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Why is the travel industry so unfriendly to startups?
Why is the travel industry so unfriendly to startups?
By Viewpoints | May 26, 2011
Have you ever met anyone who has climbed Mount Everest? Have you ever met anyone who has been to Base Camp, the launch pad for the haul up the mountain? Read More
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Multiple technology standards in travel - an oxymoron to overcome
Multiple technology standards in travel - an oxymoron to overcome
By Valyn Perini | February 22, 2011
An industry with multiple standards bodies using the same type of technology addressing the same business functions could be seen as an indication of an industry in some disarray. Read More
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If an Electronic Miscellaneous Document fell in the woods
By Dennis Schaal | September 13, 2010
After a several million dollar effort, the Airlines Reporting Corp. says it will be ready in early November to handle airline and travel agency processing of Electronic Miscellaneous Documents for the... Read More
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North American, European corporations feel consumer pain on ancillary fees
North American, European corporations feel consumer pain on ancillary fees
By Dennis Schaal | June 1, 2010
Consumers aren't the only ones wincing at checked bag fees -- some corporations are mulling pulling travel spending from airlines with heavy ancillary fees. Read More
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