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.
Having set its sights on the international market to accelerate growth, North Asian low-cost carrier, Spring Airlines joined hands with Amadeus. The partnership will see the airline adopt Amadeus Ticketless Access to promote its domestic and international routes and affordable
Expedia’s travel management company, Egencia joined hands with Amadeus to offer ancillaries to business passengers who are now able to buy additional baggage at the same time they book their flight.
Amadeus and Virgin Australia signed a new multiyear agreement, further extending their longstanding partnership. The collaboration allows travel agents connected to the technology provider continued worldwide
Flyin.com has integrated Amadeus services into its online booking systems.