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DOT Grants ASTA, GBTA And Travel Tech More Time To Scrutinize IATA Resolutions

The U.S. Department of Transportation extended its review period for a batch of resolutions that the International Air Transport Association filed last month. The decision came at the urging of the American Society of Travel Advisors, the Global Business Travel Association and The Travel Technology Association, which asked for more time to review a few IATA-approved resolutions, including one related to the One Order standard.
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Vendors Expensed Most By Certify North American Clients In 2018

Vendors Expensed Most By Certify North American Clients In 2018
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Serko Lands CWT As Zeno's First U.S. Reseller, More TMCs On The Way

New Zealand-based corporate T&E technology provider Serko landed Carlson Wagonlit Travel as its first reseller of the Zeno travel booking and tech system in the U.S., the companies announced this month.
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BCD Taps SAP Cloud System To Drive Traveler Personalization, Data Security And Consent

BCD Travel is rolling out SAP Customer Data Cloud as the technological foundation for traveler identity management, consent management and profile management, BCD announced Wednesday.
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2018 Growth Of Crossborder Air Passenger Traffic By World Region

2018 Growth Of Crossborder Air Passenger Traffic By World Region
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Sabre: DOJ Review Delays Farelogix Deal Closing To Mid-Year

Sabre expects its $360 million acquisition of Farelogix to close in the "mid part of the year," later than expected, as the U.S. Department of Justice takes a deeper look at the proposed transaction, Sabre president and CEO Sean Menke said Tuesday during the company's fourth-quarter financial results call.
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Qantas Introduces Booking Surcharge, And GDS-Approved Private Channel To Avoid It

Australian flag carrier Qantas introduced a new commercial structure for travel agencies to promote adoption of New Distribution Capability-compatible connections, either through a global distribution system or another approved tech provider. Its pitch to agencies includes the threat of a $12.50 per-segment surcharge on GDS bookings and diminished content access but also a private channel-type framework as a path for agencies to avoid both.
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The Five Major North American Carriers With Best January 2019 On-Time Arrival Rates

The Five Major North American Carriers With Best January 2019 On-Time Arrival Rates
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INTERVIEW: Deem CEO John Rizzo

INTERVIEW: Deem CEO John Rizzo

Last week, Enterprise Holdings—parent of the Alamo, Enterprise and National rental car brands—completed the acquisition of corporate travel booking, ground transportation and expense reporting technology provider Deem. CEO John Rizzo spoke with The Beat editor-in-chief Jay Boehmer.
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Expedia Sues United Over Plan To Cut Access To Content, Egencia Spared From Dispute

In a redacted complaint filed Monday and released for public viewing on Tuesday, Expedia sued United Airlines, alleging the airline plans to breach the terms of their contract "in a brazen attempt to force Expedia to renegotiate the agreement's economic terms, with which United is unsatisfied."
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