In addition to the OpenJaw t-Data Platform and OpenJaw t-Social Platform available for Chinese airlines, the firm also has licensed OpenSearch Fare Shopping Engine from TravelSky.
Datalex will support the dynamic shopping, pricing and promotion of offers based on data collection and intelligence to deliver a personalised retail experience to around 30 million SAS customers.
In Q3, Japan was the lead for NTOs’ account on WeChat, Dubai reached the first-place ranking for DMOs, and Hong Kong’s Disneyland and Ocean Park continued their lead over more high-culture attractions.
Travelport published a Roadmap for its initial range of NDC products in February, having been the first GDS operator in December 2017 to acquire Level 3 certification from IATA as an aggregator.
This marks the third year Travelport was awarded this prestigious accolade.
In 2017 alone, Travelport’s data revealed 15.3 million inbound flights booked in China.
Adding Chengdu Airlines and Tibet Airlines to its customer base, OpenJaw now has eight Chinese airline customers using the OpenJaw t-Retail Platform.
The partnership will see Ctrip work with Radisson to develop China as a source market – increasing the number of outbound Chinese guests visiting its range of more than 1,100 hotels in operation.
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