Posted October 9, 2014

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Posted April 10, 2014
Elaine Osgood

INTERVIEW: Atlas Travel President And CEO Elaine Osgood

Atlas Travel this week announced it had opened a new London office to better serve U.K. and European clients as well as travelers from U.S. clients. It's the first major international foray on its own for Atlas, a BCD Travel affiliate since 1998. Read More »
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Posted April 27, 2017 - London

Two U.K. TMCs Go Direct With Lufthansa

Lufthansa Group has established its first two global distribution system-bypass connections to travel management companies. Both Portman Clarity and Click Travel are based in the U.K. and have histories of establishing direct connections to travel suppliers. Read More »
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Posted February 12, 2014 - London

London's Business Travel Show Features New Booking And Meetings Tools

The spread of automation into every aspect of travel, meetings and expense management proved a recurrent theme for the technology displayed here at last week's Business Travel Show. Read More »
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Posted February 10, 2014 - London

Amadeus Proclaims Birth Of NDC 2.0 Following IATA Concessions

NDC is dead. Long live NDC 2.0. That was the message Amadeus IT Group vice president for industry affairs Svend Leirvaag delivered here at the Business Travel Show last week regarding the International Air Transport Association's New Distribution Capability. Read More »
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Posted February 7, 2014 - London

U.K. TMC Hillgate Introduces Private Sabre Red App For Content Aggregation

If integrating air, hotel and rail content from global distribution system and non-GDS sources in a single, fully automated environment is the Holy Grail of agency distribution, then U.K.-based travel management company Hillgate Travel claims to have found it. Read More »
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Posted February 12, 2013 - London

Cisco, Credit Suisse Favoring Volume Over Share For Air Deals

One year ago, a Travel Procurement article about the pros and cons of airline contracting prompted Cisco director of global travel procurement Susan Lichtenstein to comment that corporate travel buyers "need to move away from marketshare contracts and towards revenue-based contracts." Now Cisco is doing just that, not only for air, but also for lodging. Read More »
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Posted February 5, 2013 - London

FCm Partners With UK Developer For Native Apps

Australia's Flight Centre in the coming weeks will begin deploying native apps for the Android, BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Phone platforms branded for its various business units, including multinatio... Read More »
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Posted November 7, 2012 - London

IATA, ETTSA To Explore Corporate Data Code Of Conduct

The International Air Transport Association is consulting with global distribution system representatives on a possible voluntary code of conduct governing how providers of airline marketing intelligence handle corporate client data. Read More »
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Posted November 7, 2012 - London

Travel Agency Execs Differ On IATA's NDC

Representatives from major travel agencies offered conflicting opinions on IATA's strategy for new airfare distribution standards. HRG's Tony Berry gave a cautious welcome to the nascent New Distribution Capability, whereas Expedia chief commercial officer Dhiren Fonseca said the travel industry is better served by the status quo. Read More »
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