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Priceline Group reported gross travel bookings growth of 19% to $21.8 billion in the third quarter of 2017. Gross profit grew 22% to $ 4.4 billion and net income rose 240% to $1.7 billion.
The pace with which retailing continues to evolve means random selling of air ancillaries and non-air ancillary products won’t work or pay off in the future.
JetBlue said the move will mark the first part of a new “online distribution strategy.” It will focus on booking directly through its own website and “select third-party channels”.
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