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October International Air Traffic Down From 2019, Up Year Over Year

October International Air Traffic Down From 2019
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The Beat Announces 2022 Readers' Choice Winners

Readers of The Beat chose Delta Air Lines as the Most Admired Airline and also Supplier of the Year in its annual Readers' Choice awards. The airline has landed those two honors for 11 consecutive years.
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AA To Agencies: Move To NDC By April, Or Else

When American Airlines in October announced new deals with the major global distribution systems, the airline said its best content would be reserved for its direct channels, while its best third-party content would require New Distribution Capability-based connections. American now is fleshing out its plans.
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Former Radius Members Forge New Pacts, But Adtrav Stays True

Corporate Travel Management's acquisition of Travel and Transport two years ago set into motion a repositioning of the Radius Travel network and tested member loyalties. Recent moves by former Radius members show a redrawing of the network's map.
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PwC Projects U.S. Hotel Occupancy Growth To Moderate

PwC Occupancy Growth To Slow
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Last Call To Register For The Beat Live, Coming To NYC Next Week

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Where Business Travelers Feel Unsafe

What Makes Business Travelers Feel Unsafe
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Qantas Launches Preferred NDC Pricing On Domestic Fares

Qantas on Tuesday made good on its plans to launch preferred pricing on Australian domestic fares for agencies tapping New Distribution Capability-based connections. The Australian carrier announced its NDC price benefit would be up to 4 percent lower on base domestic fares.
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The Beat Live Is Two Weeks Away

The Beat Live kicks off in two weeks.
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Hawaiian Asks Court To Toss Sabre Suit: 'Sabre Is Receiving Exactly What It Bargained For'

Hawaiian Airlines on Monday filed a motion to dismiss a federal breach-of-contract lawsuit that Sabre filed in August. Hawaiian argues that the plain language of their contract shows the airline was not in breach when it enacted a global distribution system surcharge and withdrew fare content from "legacy channels," including Sabre.
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