Travelport renews China Southern, Sabre stays with GuestCentrix, and more…

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This is a roundup for product news and announcements for travel DISTRIBUTION in tourism and hospitality for December 2016.

Wednesday 7 December 2016:

Travelport renews China Southern

  • Travelport has signed a new agreement with China Southern Airlines meaning the carrier will continue to use Travelport Digital Media Solutions for the fourth year. China Southern already uses Rich Content & Branding and will continue to use Travelport’s Sponsored Flights technology.

Tuesday 6 December 2016:

Sabre partners with GuestCentrix

  • The CMS Hospitality-run platform has integrated with Sabre so that hotels customers can manage rates and distribution. The platform also allows properties to capture booking data to help manage corporate and direct channels.

Monday 5 December 2016:

Yapta signs on with Egencia

  • Airfare and hotel price tracking service Yapta,is providing its Fare Savings Finder to Expedia Inc’s corporate travel agency, Egencia. The product dynamically scans for lower fares on the exact same flights, alerting agents to rebook when savings are found.

BA links with Airlines Technology

  • Airlines Technology, a portfolio company of Travel StartUps Incubator, has signed a deal with British Airways (BA), providing the airline with its  NDC-compliant  aggregation services. The move will help BA sell inventory and ancillary services through third-party distributors such as online travel agencies.

Friday 2 December 2016:

Vueling brands with Travelport

  • The IAG-owned carrier will use Travelport’s Rich Content and Branding service, part of its Merchandising Platform. The tool allows the airline to display its fares and content to travel agencies in the same way as it would with its consumer-facing website.

Thursday 1 December 2016:

KDS drives away with TBR

  • TBR Global Chauffeuring will make its portfolio of executive cars available to KDS’s Neo users as part of the agreement, including reporting and duty of care requirements. KBR has 15,000 vehicles in 3,000 cities around the world.

PKFare picks Amadeus

  • The China-based travel aggregator will use Amadeus to receive flight content through the Master Pricer tool. The agreement is being used as a spearhead for the company’s ambitions to expand into international markets.

DCS Plus secures Emirates direct deal

  • Emirates content will be available on the DCS Plus platform, using the NDC-based standard. Alongside schedules and fares will be the inclusion of special offers and ancillary services. DCS Plus signed a similar direct-connect deal with Lufthansa earlier this year.

NB: Travel distribution image via Shutterstock.

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