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.
Passengers boarded contracted by 63.0%, to 553.2 million for the first nine months of the year.
The responsibilities include elevating Travelport’s brand, enhancing lead generation and defining and communicating a new confident, distinct and compelling company narrative.
Travel agencies will benefit from improved speed-to-market, access to the widest range of fare products including personalized content, and the ability to offer customized products.
Now under the same CEO, the two companies are in a better position to explore new opportunities.
The strongest recovery has been in hotel bookings, with gross hotel central reservation system transactions down 55% in July and 50% in August.
Chinese OTA Tuniu reported 97% drop in packaged-tour revenue; TravelSky posted 40% decrease in half-year revenue.
Revenue from the aviation information technology services dropped more than 55% to USD 145 million during the first sixth months this year.
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