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JTB's Model Blends Fixed Annual TMC Fees And Channel-Agnostic Support

JTB Business Travel isn't alone in advocating a shift away from transactional pricing. Yet, the model it advocates blends fixed annual client fees with traveler support regardless of where they book, placing the TMC in outlier territory.

How Travel Buyers Expect Prices To Change From Pre-Pandemic Levels

How Travel Buyers Expect Prices To Change From Pre-Pandemic Levels

Southwest Closes Door On Sabre Talks: 'They're Challenging To Work With'

Southwest Airlines at year-end will stop participating in the feature-light basic booking request distribution model it has deployed with Sabre, the carrier said this week. During an earnings call Thursday, Southwest president Tom Nealon said the airline no longer is engaged in talks with Sabre after two years of fruitless attempts to reach a new distribution pact.

Travelport Reaches Standstill Agreement With Lenders, Buying Time To Resolve Dispute

Travelport this week reached a standstill agreement that would keep lenders from imminently accelerating billions of dollars in debt repayment or taking other actions that could devastate the global distribution system operator.

Court Ruling Threatens U.S. Companies' Ability To Import European Traveler Data

Travel companies that store data on European citizens in the United States are potentially on the wrong side of European law after the European Union Court of Justice last week invalidated Privacy Shield, a much-used mechanism for protecting EU-U.S. data transfers, and effectively threatened to scotch another: standard contractual clauses.

Travel Managers Face Challenges On Travel's Return

Travel Managers Face Challenges On Travel's Return

Despite Deal's Demise, Courts Wrestling With Sabre-Farelogix Repercussions

Sabre may have walked away from its proposed acquisition of Farelogix after U.K. authorities blocked its closing, but the global distribution system operator since has been engaged in lingering disputes rooted in the deal.

Pre-Trip Approval Gains Prominence Amid Pandemic

Since the onslaught of Covid-19, companies have exerted more control over employee travel: who can, under what circumstances, where they can go, or if they're allowed to at all. Travel freezes, aside from trips deemed "essential," have become common. So, too, has a tighter embrace of pre-trip approval processes and polices. If not ubiquitous, pre-trip approval is a new normal in managed travel.

Travelport 'Urgently' Seeks Court Intervention, Lest Lenders Wreak 'Irreparable Harm'

Travelport this week asked a New York state court for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to prevent a group of lenders from accelerating billions of dollars in debt repayment.

Airline Capacity Down Significantly Year Over Year

Airline Capacity Down Significantly Year Over Year