Largest online travel agency in Taiwan will adopt Amadeus’ Travel API to deliver more personalized and differentiated experiences.
The role marks a return to Travelport, where she previously held leadership positions in the company’s airline and agency groups between 2005 to 2013.
Europe's second-largest enterprise hotel group adopts Sabre's broad portfolio of distribution and retailing solutions.
Operating loss was USD 988 million, versus operating income of USD 363 million in 2019.
Both corporate and leisure travel are getting back on track in the world's second-largest economy.
New agreement will help Fliggy better aggregate and normalize travel content from multiple sources and enable it to offer more customized products and services to travelers.
The full-year profit prediction for 2020 demonstrates a positive sign of recovery, as the company reported a net loss of RMB 306 million for the first half of the year.
Distribution revenue came in at USD 105 million, a decline of 84% year-on-year while IT Solutions revenue was USD 132 million down 46% year-on-year.
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