- Over 400 travel companies signed up to Travelport’s Rich Content and Branding merchandising capability
- Rich Content and Branding enables visually rich shopping experience for travel agents
- Travelport processes live bookings of Qantas’ NDC content through new API, Trip Services
- Further to first Qantas NDC live test bookings made in Q3 2019
Sydney, Australia, 2 December 2019: As the next step in its continuing support for Qantas’ New Distribution Capability, including the Qantas Distribution Platform (QDP), Travelport, a leading technology company serving the travel industry, has made its first API-connection bookings for Qantas using IATA’s New Distribution Capability (NDC) standard.
Langley, UK, 18 November 2019: Travelport, the leading technology company serving the global travel industry has today welcomed Nick Bray as its new Chief Financial Officer. Mr Bray will be based in Travelport’s global headquarters in Langley, Berkshire, UK.
Dubai, October 29 (Tuesday) 2019: Travelport, a leading technology company serving the travel industry, today announced that it has reached a new distribution agreement with Saudia (also known as Saudi Arabian Airlines), the Kingdom’s flag carrier.
Under the agreement, Travelport will continue to support Saudia by providing more than 68,000 Travelport-connected agencies servicing hundreds of millions of travelers around the world with real-time access to search, sell, and book its content and inventory.
Langley, 24 October 2019: Travelport, a leading technology company serving the global travel industry is today sharing the findings discussed in the September meeting of its NDC Leadership Council. Travelport’s NDC Leadership Council convenes leaders from airlines, travel agencies, travel management companies and corporations with Travelport’s own technology, product and air commerce teams to discuss NDC developments and technical considerations necessary to successfully implement NDC across the travel industry.
Global requests for assistance for airline passengers with intellectual disabilities nearly double following awareness campaign
- Little-known SSR code, DPNA, can be used to alert airlines when a traveler has an intellectual or developmental disability and needs assistance
- Many airlines offer support to meet passengers’ individual needs once alerted via the SSR code
- Use of the code on flights booked through Travelport has increased 89% since the launch of its Travel Unified campaign, with the use up 94% in Europe, 273% in Asia, 259% in Africa and 22% in Oceania
- Travelport has now extended the campaign unt
Singapore, September 25 2019 (Wednesday): Travelport, a leading technology company serving the travel industry, today further deepened its collaboration with Singapore Airlines (SIA) and the travel agency community on the implementation of SIA’s KrisConnect Programme – the airline’s initiative to leverage IATA’s New Distribution Capability (NDC) standard.