American Airlines on April 3 began pulling up to 40 percent of its content from EDIFACT and making it available only through New Distribution Capability channels and its direct website.
Corporate travel reshopping platform TRIPBAM has updated its Smart Sourcing tool for hotel requests for proposals, the company announced.
TRIPBAM has also expanded its support team to maintain rapid response times for buyers and hoteliers.
How can buyers quantify the business travel experience in order to improve it? It’s a tough calculation, but the industry is working toward solutions.
TRIPBAM, the provider of air and hotel fare/rate reshopping, auditing, benchmarking and sourcing, has launched the latest version of its Smart Sourcing for hotel RFPs tool.
It’s been a little more than a month since American Airlines began its New Distribution Capability push by removing some fares from EDIFACT-connected channels. While still early in the game, light is shedding on what that move really means.
As demand returns, more hoteliers – and even many travel programs – are turning to dynamic pricing
The 2023 hotel request-for-proposals season was fraught with challenges. For many suppliers, it started too late and resulted in rushed response times.
American Airlines is going live with its New Distribution Capability offers with global distribution system Sabre on April 3, marking the point of no return for its removal of 40 percent of its airfares from traditional retail channels.
American Airlines has ruled out delaying the removal of 40 percent of its airfares from traditional retail channels next month.