Sabre Corporation announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Farelogix, a recognized innovator in the travel industry with advanced offer management and NDC order delivery technology used by many of the world’s leading airlines. Sabre expects that upon close, the acquisition will allow the company to accelerate delivery of its end-to-end NDC-enabled retailing, distribution and fulfillment solutions.
Sabre Labs, a division of Sabre Corporation, has just released research on how the latest technologies that can have a significant impact on the tourism sector. The report unveils the potential for the next twelve years and tells of three major tech trends that will affect the tourism market for 2017.
Sabre Corporation is developing travel services that work across the emerging spectrum of wearable technology including smartwatches and Google Glass, preparing for the dramatic impact wearables will have on the way consumers shop for and experience travel.
Travel agents in Azerbaijan now get the benefit of more efficient booking Azerbaijan Airlines via the Sabre global distribution system.
Sabre has just announced the addition fo HRS content, giving agents far more flexibility and choice for serving clients.
Last week Sabre Corporation announced having acquired Genares, a global hospitality technology company. According to the news, Genares will strengthen Sabre’s hotelier partnership offerings worldwide. Specific terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Sabre Holdings is to sell Lastminute.com according to their announcement. The advisory firm of Houlihan Lokey will oversee the auction of the once profitable booking platform.
In a 2014 economy seemingly stagnated OTAs and other travel businesses are feeling some pain. This is not the case for Priceline Group, which just showed a 1st quarter earnings jump of some 36% on international bookings. However, this company’s gain is evidently Orbitz’s and other digital travel business loss. Are we seeing a “weeding out” of good travel entities versus bad ones?
News this weekend lastminute.com UK boss Mark Maddock had quit brought on rumors Sabre may be planning to sell the travel entity.
Sabre Corporation (“Sabre”), a leading technology solutions provider to the global travel and tourism industry, today announced that it has priced its initial public offering…
Travel distribution giant Sabre has just announced having signed a new long term distribution agreement with Marriott International
Yesterday, Sabre Hospitality Solutions announced the expansion of their Internet marketing products and services across Europe with the launch of WebExpress. WebExpress, available for European, Middle Eastern, and Asian hotels, provides a managers and staff with a combination of tools for visibility and web traffic, and etc. Monique Jaspers-Wijn, vice president business development, EMEA, for […]
Sabre, the global travel industry technology solutions provider, has announced that the UK will be its testing ground for the launch of a new, streamlined hotel booking payment process for travel management companies (TMCs).
An article on Tnooz last Friday peaked our interest, Xotels boss Patrick Landman offering up key variables in what will become the biggest online trade war ever. When Google, all the big corporate OTAs, and key independent online travel entities lock horns for a final round, a few will not be left standing.
Everyone associated with Travelport has to have breathed a sigh of relief on the news that Travelport Holdings successfully revamped their debt, extending their PIK until December of 2016. Unanimous support from their lenders now ensures the travel giants ongoing operations.