Articles tagged “ATPCO”

Business Travel

Travelport’s Quest to Simplify Bookings for Returning Business Travelers

Travelport is certainly firming up a lot of the themes alluded to in its rebranding. And it's good timing, as the travel tech giant's reincarnation may well coincide with the business travel sector's delayed recovery.

Travelport’s Quest to Simplify Bookings for Returning Business Travelers

Coronavirus

Airfare Data Firm ATPCO Recalibrates for Post-Pandemic Flying

Rather than guessing how people will compare flights and shop in the future, it's going to focus on giving travel agencies and other channels the right airline data via its next generation storefront, and let them figure it out. It makes perfect sense in today's unpredictable world.

Airfare Data Firm ATPCO Recalibrates for Post-Pandemic Flying

Coronavirus

Sabre Makes a Bold Bet It Can Simplify the Way Airlines Sell Seats

There’s an advantage to simplicity in retail. It’s worked wonders for companies like Apple, but then they’ve never had to work with airlines.

Sabre Makes a Bold Bet It Can Simplify the Way Airlines Sell Seats

Airlines

This Airlines Deal Portends More Back-End Shakeups on Tech and Data

ATPCO's acquisition of fare management tech from SITA probably won't be the last project airlines will reassign. This month's appointment of Alex Zoghlin as CEO of ATPCO suggests further changes are looming.

This Airlines Deal Portends More Back-End Shakeups on Tech and Data

Business Travel

Southwest Airlines Looks Beyond the Downturn to a Corporate Travel Recovery

Airlines need to choose their battles carefully. In Southwest's case, will this combination of technology partnerships and airport testing be enough to bring business trips back at scale?

Southwest Airlines Looks Beyond the Downturn to a Corporate Travel Recovery

Business Travel

Southwest Airlines’ Corp Travel Biz: A Year On, Down But Not Out

The pandemic will have marred the first anniversary celebrations, but this fledgling corporate travel unit should have enough experience behind it to ride out the storm.

Southwest Airlines’ Corp Travel Biz: A Year On, Down But Not Out

Coronavirus

Airlines, Travel Agencies Ponder How Best to Spend Tech Dollars in These Lean Times

It's ironic that new distribution capabilities got to the cusp of becoming real at the precise moment everyone stopped booking flights.

Airlines, Travel Agencies Ponder How Best to Spend Tech Dollars in These Lean Times

Airlines

Airlines Will Tap New Tech in These Uncertain Times to Make It Easier to Change Restricted Tickets

Many travelers no longer want to take some trips this year for various reasons, even if their flights haven't been canceled. A new automated solution will speed up the pace at which airlines can rebook passengers by overriding the restrictions on tickets bought before the crisis.

Airlines Will Tap New Tech in These Uncertain Times to Make It Easier to Change Restricted Tickets

Business Travel

Overcoming Fears and Trepidation: Helping the Corporate Traveler Get Back On Board

It's becoming increasingly clear there’s no one-size-fits-all method to restart corporate travel, as companies will need the right combination of internal processes, government approvals, and traveler sentiment. It could be a long wait.

Overcoming Fears and Trepidation: Helping the Corporate Traveler Get Back On Board

Airlines

Amadeus and Sabre Sign Up for New Approach to Flight Selling

New deals mean that offline and online travel agencies will more quickly and commonly see richly descriptive details about what any given airfare includes, such as facts about legroom and photos of premium class seats. But don't hold your breath in anticipation. Travel sellers have to wait another five years before next-gen selling will become the norm for agents.

Amadeus and Sabre Sign Up for New Approach to Flight Selling