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Amadeus 'Democratizing AI' For Travel Startups With Open APIs

Amadeus in November expanded its catalog of application programming interfaces open for outside developers to build and test new travel technologies and applications. Most notably, Amadeus opened five new machine-learning APIs, marking "the first time in the travel industry that AI capabilities are made available to startups and independent developers via open APIs," the company claimed.

Most Travelers Want Better Travel Tech From Employers

Most Travelers Want Better Travel Tech From Employers

Amid Abrupt C-Suite Exodus At Expedia, Egencia Sees Slight Realignment

Expedia's CEO and CFO abruptly resigned Wednesday following disagreements with Expedia's board of directors on the direction of the company. The exits of CEO Mark Okerstrom and CFO Alan Pickerill take immediate effect, as Expedia chairman Barry Diller and vice chairman Peter Kern "will jointly preside over the company's day to day operations," according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

DOT Greenlights Delta, Transatlantic JV Partners To Coordinate On Distribution

In its final approval to Delta Air Lines' transatlantic joint venture with Air France-KLM and Virgin Atlantic, the U.S. Department of Transportation last month denied a plea from an online travel agency-affiliated group to carve out distribution from the scope of antitrust immunity.

October Hotel Occupancy Up In Middle East, Down In Americas

October Hotel Occupancy Up In Middle East, Down In Americas

Greg O’Hara On TripActions: ‘Slick’ UI, Hefty Valuation, Not Clear It Solves 'Particular Problem'

It was inevitable Greg O'Hara would be asked about TripActions during his on-stage interview last week at the Phocuswright conference in Hollywood, Fla.

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Premo To Depart ARC Next Year, Reishus To Assume CEO Role

Mike Premo will pack up his bow ties and retire from ARC at the end of next year, clearing the path for EVP and COO Lauri Reishus to take the reins as president and CEO, the company announced.

Square One: A Decade Later, American And Sabre Eye A Return To Court

By the time American Airlines and Sabre head back to court to retry antitrust claims US Airways initially filed against the global distribution system operator in 2011, a decade will have passed, according to a proposed schedule filed last week.

Slim Majority Of Buyers See Airline Customer Service Improve

Slim Majority Of Buyers See Airline Customer Service Improve