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United, British Airways, and other airlines expand NDC tests of dynamic packaging
United, British Airways, and other airlines expand NDC tests of dynamic packaging
By Sean O'Neil | March 16, 2015
New technology is enabling dynamic airfare packaging, such as a bundled offer of an airline seat and a bottle of champagne for a single price. But airlines are still figuring out the practicalities of Read More
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THacking in China: iBeacon tracking, gesture control, route optimization, SMS itinerary manager and more
THacking in China: iBeacon tracking, gesture control, route optimization, SMS itinerary manager and more
By Karthick Prabu | September 1, 2014
THack China, Tnooz's first ever hackathon in the country, attracted over 100 developers to build 23 working products based on mobile, social and wearable devices. The event, produced in association Read More
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Travel SYSTEMS roundup - January 2014
Travel SYSTEMS roundup - January 2014
By PhocusWire | January 29, 2014
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for January 2014. 28 January 2014: American Airlines has tapped Sabre as its unified hosting pro Read More
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Brick-by-brick - China starts dismantling wall of air distribution
Brick-by-brick - China starts dismantling wall of air distribution
By Karthick Prabu | January 15, 2014
Possible game-changer alert: the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has approved the licenses of two foreign GDSs to sell overseas airline tickets in the country. In late 2012, Tnooz rep Read More
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TravelSky reports strong profit growth, despite China's rumored slowdown
TravelSky reports strong profit growth, despite China's rumored slowdown
By Sean O'Neil | August 29, 2013
The Beijing-headquartered travel technology company has reported annual earnings of $322M in the first half of the year, up 8.5% year over year. Here's an update on the company's moves. Read More
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Pegasus changes course with clever videos, product launches, and staffing changes
Pegasus changes course with clever videos, product launches, and staffing changes
By Sean O'Neil | June 28, 2013
It's been a year since the world's largest processor of electronic hotel transactions hired a new CEO. How's the turnaround going so far? Read More
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The SCAN: Booking.com triples mobile bookings, and more news
The SCAN: Booking.com triples mobile bookings, and more news
By PhocusWire | April 12, 2013
Mobile device hotel bookings grew 300% to $3 billion, says Booking.com, and more travel tech news. Read More
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Air France-KLM signs Amadeus, reveals its distribution cards
Air France-KLM signs Amadeus, reveals its distribution cards
By Linda Fox | January 10, 2013
It is an ever edgy relationship between airline and global distribution system and now more than ever because of IATA's plans for a new distribution system Read More
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Deregulation of the air distribution in China and how agents can capitalise
Deregulation of the air distribution in China and how agents can capitalise
By Viewpoints | January 7, 2013
Today’s travel agency environment is both dynamic and turbulent. Read More
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Deregulation of the air distribution in China and what it means for airlines
Deregulation of the air distribution in China and what it means for airlines
By Viewpoints | November 27, 2012
Some hard facts: around 800 million new air travellers are expected to be flying from 2009 to 2014, with at least a quarter coming from China. Read More
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Deregulation of travel distribution in China - what does it REALLY mean for those outside?
Deregulation of travel distribution in China - what does it REALLY mean for those outside?
By Viewpoints | October 31, 2012
Many in the travel industry have heard about China travel deregulation, but not everyone understands what it actually means to them. Read More
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The Scan: Carlson Wagonlit expands in China, Travelocity lands on the Kindle Fire, and more news
The Scan: Carlson Wagonlit expands in China, Travelocity lands on the Kindle Fire, and more news
By PhocusWire | September 5, 2012
CWT Online is China's first online booking tool for international flights, and more items in our roundup for 5 September. Read More
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Sabre latest to get China access with TravelSky hotel deal
Sabre latest to get China access with TravelSky hotel deal
By Linda Fox | June 14, 2012
Sabre has joined forces with China-based TravelSky in a deal with both the GDS sharing hotel content to travel agents connected to the respective systems Read More
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China opens up again as state-owned TravelSky inks hotel distribution deal with Abacus
China opens up again as state-owned TravelSky inks hotel distribution deal with Abacus
By Kevin May | June 7, 2012
Further evidence that the Chinese government-backed TravelSky is looking outward for partners with news that it has signed a hotel distribution deal with Abacus. Read More
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Travelport gets more global in Asia and Africa
Travelport gets more global in Asia and Africa
By Dennis Schaal | May 10, 2012
Travelport believes its global marketshare declined slightly during the first quarter, but officials are very bullish about the global distribution system's growth prospects in Japan, China and Africa. Read More
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