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Airline distribution in 2030, part 2: Four scenarios for the future
Airline distribution in 2030, part 2: Four scenarios for the future
By Mario Gavira  | January 25, 2019
Who wins - the tech giants, existing intermediaries, airlines, lawmakers or something else? Four possible patterns are analyzed here in part two. Read More
Opinion | Distribution
NDC is not just a standard – it’s a signal to the industry
NDC is not just a standard – it’s a signal to the industry
By Stu Waldron - Travelport  | January 24, 2019
In order to understand what NDC means for businesses and where the industry is heading, it is important to recognize current challenges facing our industry and improvements that are enabled through... Read More
News | Distribution
Fragmentation continues to shape the competitive landscape for hoteliers
Fragmentation continues to shape the competitive landscape for hoteliers
By Diane Merlino  | January 23, 2019
This analysis examines how the hospitality industry, from accommodation options to distribution technology, is heating up as external and internal forces ignite change in the sector. Read More
News | Distribution
VIDEO: PerfectStay - Summit pitch at Phocuswright 2018
VIDEO: PerfectStay - Summit pitch at Phocuswright 2018
By Kevin May | January 18, 2019
Big brands can fully realize their potential for packaged travel sales with this B2B travel operator. Read More
Interview | Startups
REPORT: Dynamic travel packaging - The next game-changer
REPORT: Dynamic travel packaging - The next game-changer
By PhocusWire | January 18, 2019
Dynamic packaging has been growing and evolving for the past ten years and this trend will continue to 2020 and beyond. This in-depth report finds out why. Read More
From Our Partners | Distribution
Airline distribution in 2030, part 1: Gravitating towards airlines, intermediaries or tech giants?
Airline distribution in 2030, part 1: Gravitating towards airlines, intermediaries or tech giants?
By Mario Gavira  | January 17, 2019
Airline distribution is an evolving beast - but in the first of this two-part series we outline why developments over the next decade could trigger the most fundamental changes in its history. Read More
Opinion | Distribution
Cruise series part 2 distribution
Inside cruise, part 2: Digging into distribution
By Mitra Sorrells | January 14, 2019
In the second part of our series on cruise, we analyze the sector's distribution model and future outlook. Read More
News | Distribution
VIDEO: Amadeus - Launch pitch at Phocuswright 2018
VIDEO: Amadeus - Launch pitch at Phocuswright 2018
By Kevin May | January 9, 2019
Introducing the industry's first content management and distribution solution for personalized media. Read More
Interview | Technology
VIDEO: Airline distribution matures and moves on
VIDEO: Airline distribution matures and moves on
By Kevin May | January 3, 2019
It was a fairly eventful 2018, even by the standards set in airline distribution over recent years. Read More
News | Distribution
A review of 2018, a preview for what's next: Retailing and ancillaries
A review of 2018, a preview for what's next: Retailing and ancillaries
By Kevin May | December 31, 2018
To explore what lies ahead for retailing and ancillaries in relation to travel next year, we asked a company at the sharp end of it all to share some ideas. Read More
News | Distribution
Nezasa lands $2.5M round to expand TripBuilder agent tech
Nezasa lands $2.5M round to expand TripBuilder agent tech
By Kevin May | December 24, 2018
Swiss startup Nezasa has secured a $2.5 million funding round in a package led by SVC For Risk Capital. Read More
News | Technology
VIDEO: Farelogix on being acquired by Sabre and taking NDC forward
VIDEO: Farelogix on being acquired by Sabre and taking NDC forward
By Kevin May | December 19, 2018
By his own admission, Farelogix CEO Jim Davidson knows that the agreement to sell the business to Sabre caused a few laughs and raised many eyebrows. Read More
News | Distribution
Analysts watch cautiously as Travelport heads back to private equity
Analysts watch cautiously as Travelport heads back to private equity
By Kevin May | December 18, 2018
Travelport's decision to come off the public financial markets via a sale to private equity has drawn a lukewarm reaction to its long-term future. Read More
News | Distribution
Rough Guides, online travel content and the Culture Trip Effect
Rough Guides, online travel content and the Culture Trip Effect
By Linda Fox | December 11, 2018
Travel guide book publisher Rough Guides has announced a move into "travel booking". Read More
News | Online
Travelport sold back to private equity for $4.4B
Travelport sold back to private equity for $4.4B
By Kevin May | December 10, 2018
Travelport will end just over four years on the public markets and be taken into private equity hands once more, following a $4.4 billion takeover by Elliott Management Corporation. Read More
News | Distribution