Articles tagged “amadeus”

Business Travel

Sabre Blames Airline Delays for Losses

After a strong first quarter, the technology company has been snagged by the operational issues that plagued airlines and airports in June. It was all going so well, too.

Sabre Blames Airline Delays for Losses

Travel Technology

Amadeus Sees Travel Tech Profit Soar on a Rebound

The travel industry has 99 problems, but travel demand ain't one.

Amadeus Sees Travel Tech Profit Soar on a Rebound

Hotels

IHG’s 17 Brands Deciphered and Other Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, we profile each of IHG's 17 brands, Amadeus discusses its hotel tech strategy, and we take a look at this summer's biggest travel innovators.

IHG’s 17 Brands Deciphered and Other Top Stories This Week

Business Travel

Mastering the Psychology Behind How Guests Want to Pay Hotel Bills

Most pieces of hotel research tend to look at how guests feel about staff service levels, or fluffier stuff like dining and decor, but a new psychological study commissioned by Amadeus reveals the extent to which a brand can be damaged by a poor payment experience.

Mastering the Psychology Behind How Guests Want to Pay Hotel Bills

Hotels

Amadeus to Use Marriott and IHG Deals as Hotel Tech Springboard

Say what you will about Amadeus, it undeniably dreams big, audacious dreams. At a time when many institutions pursue small solutions for trivial problems, the travel tech titan has big hopes for reshaping how hotels operate and sell their themselves online.

Amadeus to Use Marriott and IHG Deals as Hotel Tech Springboard

Airlines

Daily Podcast: A Small Amount of Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Good morning from Skift. It's Friday, June 10, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: A Small Amount of Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Business Travel

When Travel Agencies Fail on the Leisure Part of ‘Bleisure’ Trips

With so-called workcations on the rise, Amadeus is ready to support travel management platforms that reflect the way employees are blending their professional and personal lives, something agencies just aren't grasping.

When Travel Agencies Fail on the Leisure Part of ‘Bleisure’ Trips

Business Travel

Hertz Tests WeWork Alliance to Pick Up More Remote Workers

Expect to see plenty more travel-infused partnerships over the coming months, because everyone wants a bite of a recovery that could smash records this year.

Hertz Tests WeWork Alliance to Pick Up More Remote Workers

Airlines

American Airlines Wins Just $1 From Sabre in 11-Year-Old Antitrust Case

The long-running case revolved around practices that the leading U.S. provider of airline fare data to travel agents imposes on nearly all airlines. If the verdict stands, it doesn't make Sabre change, well, anything. Except maybe a smaller tip for a barista.

American Airlines Wins Just $1 From Sabre in 11-Year-Old Antitrust Case

Business Travel

Mastering the New Hidden Travel Networks

Emerging digital nomad "trading routes" was just one revelation at Skift’s Future of Lodging Forum this week, and traditional hotel companies have plenty else to learn from hospitality startups embracing new future of work trends.

Mastering the New Hidden Travel Networks