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As start-ups continue to fuel the Middle East’s travel industry’s transformation, Amadeus invited entrepreneurs to submit ideas for the sector’s next big tech breakthrough in its Travel Tech Challenge for this year.

Middle East Airlines (MEA) has extended its partnership with Amadeus, in order to deliver a more seamless passenger experience in a more cost-effective manner.

In a bid to secure customer loyalty in a fast-growing and competitive environment, flydubai has applied Amadeus’ technology to create its new rewards programme, OPEN.

“At Amadeus, we believe that the combination of education and technology is critical, in order to build up a sustainable and competitive travel and tourism sector in the future.

As part of its efforts to contribute to the development of the corporate travel sector, Al Tayyer Travel Group has expanded its existing agreement with Amadeus.

Kuwait Airways has selected a strategic partnership with Amadeus to transform its business processes.

Bad weather, natural disasters and strike actions cost the travel industry up to an estimated USD60 billion annually, equating to some eight percent of global industry revenues, according to a new report on flight disruption.

In a bid to connect hotels of all sizes to metasearch engines and online travel agents (OTA) in order to help them compete in a busy hotel marketplace, Amadeus is partnering with DerbySoft.

Following an outstanding 2015 that saw a 95 percent year-over-year increase in airline ancillary services sold through Amadeus-connected travel agents, a record number of carriers have either signed up to or gone

Emirates and Amadeus renewed their distribution agreement to ensure that the airline’s full inventory of fares and flights is made available to Amadeus-connected travel agencies and travellers worldwide.