Posted September 5, 2018

Air Canada Taps Into ATPCO/SITA Exchange For NDC Compatibility

To translate its AC2U airline distribution application programming interface for an NDC world, Air Canada has turned to the NDC Exchange, jointly produced by ATPCO and SITA. Read More »
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Posted August 27, 2018

Airlines, ATPCO Prevail In Agent-Led Appeal Of 'Sum-Of-Sector' Suit

A three-judge panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit last week affirmed a lower court ruling that favored airlines in a travel agent-led lawsuit related to "sum of sector" fare rules. Filed in 2016, agent plaintiffs had alleged American, Delta and United, aided by ATPCO, conspired to change fare combinability rules that raised the cost of some multi-city tickets in 2016. Read More »
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Posted February 1, 2018

ATPCO Buys Routehappy, Its First-Ever Acquisition

ATPCO made its first acquisition in 53 years of operations with the purchase of Routehappy, a specialist in airline rich content, the fare-filing firm announced Thursday. Read More »
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Posted July 13, 2017

LETTERS: ATPCO, BCD Travel And Pass Consulting Write In

ATPCO product strategy manager 
David Smith and Pass Consulting Group CEO Michael Strauss separately submit letters about the complexities of airline content aggregation. BCD Travel execs share thoughts on the Sabre Synxis breach. Read More »
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Posted April 20, 2017

ATPCO, Routehappy Align For Airline Rich Content Distribution

ATPCO and Routehappy are starting small with a partnership announced today that augurs deeper alignment between the two for distribution of rich airline product content. Read More »
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Posted January 31, 2017

Incoming CEO: ATPCO Modernizing To Keep Pace With Airline Distribution

As he becomes CEO of fare-filing giant ATPCO this week, Rolf Purzer says airline distribution is changing rapidly, and ATPCO must change with it. Read More »
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Posted December 9, 2016

Judge Tosses Agent Suit Alleging Multicity Fare Conspiracy Among Airlines

A U.S. District judge in California dismissed a federal antitrust lawsuit a group of travel agents against American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines. A group of travel agents filed the suit in April, alleging that those airlines, "aided and abetted" by the Airline Tariff Publishing Co., conspired to change fare-combination rules to raise the price of combinable, multicity tickets. Read More »
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Posted May 2, 2016

Airlines Defend Multicity-Fare Changes, Deny Conspiracy In Federal Court

American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines separately asked a federal judge in California to deny a preliminary injunction requested by a group of travel agents that sued the airlines last month over fare-combination rules. The travel agents asked the court to prohibit the carriers from pricing multicity fares at a cost "greater than the sum of the combined non-refundable one-way fares for each leg of a passenger’s flight." Read More »
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Posted April 19, 2016

Travel Agents Sue Major Airlines Over Multicity Fare Changes

A group of airline passengers and travel agents this week filed an antitrust lawsuit against American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines that alleges they conspired to change fare-combination rules that inflated the price of multicity tickets. The lawsuit also names the Airline Tariff Publishing Co. as a defendant, claiming the airline-owned body, which publishes fare data, "aided and abetted" the airlines. Read More »
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Posted May 28, 2014

LETTER: ATPCo Disputes DOT Rulemaking Cost Analysis

ATPCo disputed an economic impact assessment conducted by HDR on behalf of the U.S. Department of Transportation, covered this week in a report in The Beat (Costing Airlines Millions, Proposed DOT Fee... Read More »
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