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Five Most Punctual Among The World's 20 Largest Airlines

Five Most Punctual Among The World's 20 Largest Airlines

Airline Analyst Calls Agency Commission Growth 'Alarming'

United Airlines during its quarterly earnings call last week reported double-digit-percentage growth in corporate revenue on a year-over-year basis. With revenue come selling and distribution costs, and Wolfe Research analyst Hunter Keay seized on one of them: the "alarming" growth in commissions paid to travel management companies.

Global Airline Ancillary Revenue From 2010 Through 2017

Global Airline Ancillary Revenue From 2010 Through 2017

TMCs Tap FlightGlobal To Streamline Airline Waiver Processes

To better manage the waiver onslaught, several travel management companies, including Fox World Travel and Gant Travel, have adopted FlightGlobal's Travel Waiver Services to push airline waiver information directly to frontline agents.

Sabre Shelves Prism's Avion Airline Contracting Tool For Buyers

Sabre will sunset Prism Group's Avion travel management software product at the end of the year.

Sabre Agrees To Acquire Farelogix To Boost Airline Retailing And NDC Stature

Sabre has agreed to acquire 100 percent of Farelogix for $360 million.

NuTravel's Next Play: Bringing Travel Management To Airline Websites

Instead of creating standalone portals for airlines to support business booking and rewards, NuTravel's Universal Connect product lets carriers deliver business program perks and travel management features—from preferred rates to policy—through their consumer dotcom sites.

Europe Opens Antitrust Probe Into Amadeus And Sabre, Eying Agreements With Airlines, Agencies

The European Commission on Friday announced it has opened an investigation into Amadeus and Sabre to explore whether the agreements each has with airlines and travel agencies "restrict competition in breach of E.U. antitrust rules."

Distribution VP Cory Garner Will Depart American Airlines

American Airlines VP of sales and distribution strategy Cory Garner will leave the airline. The carrier has not named a replacement, but Garner "will remain with American until the end of the year to assist in the transition," according to an official.

American Airlines' Cory Garner Will Stay With The Carrier After All

When American Airlines VP of sales and distribution strategy Cory Garner in July revealed plans to retire from the airline at the end of the year, he noted: "I’m sure you haven’t heard the last from me." Indeed, we haven't. Garner has reversed his decision to take a voluntary package from the airline. Instead, he has chosen to remain in his current role.