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Airlines, GDSs slowly reach deals on ancillaries

09/28/2012| 10:20:47 AM| 中文

Airlines are slowly beginning to offer core ancillary services — such as preferred seating, prepaid baggage and lounge access — through GDSs.

After years of bickering and finger-pointing on both sides, airlines are slowly beginning to offer core ancillary services — such as preferred seating, prepaid baggage and lounge access — through GDSs.

Last week, Sabre announced that Air France-KLM had signed an agreement to offer its ancillary services through the GDS worldwide, including in the U.S., where airlines have been dragging their feet.

Travelport said Qantas had also signed a worldwide deal making its ancillary services — including premium seats — available to Galileo, Worldspan and Apollo users worldwide.

Read full story at: http://www.travelweekly.com/Travel-News/Travel-Technology/Airlines-and-GDSs-slowly-come-to-terms-on-ancillary-sales/?cid=eltrdb

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