Tag Archives: British Airways

Airline-GDS Negotiations Heat Up As Parties Try To Sway Lawsuit’s Outcome

[UPDATE, March 22, 2017: U.S. District Judge Lorna Schofield denied American Airlines’ renewed request for declaratory judgment relief. She wrote that the request was “untimely” and “otherwise inappropriate.” Although American’s negotiations with Sabre for a new contract “may be newly imminent, they are not unexpected,” according to Schofield. “Reconsideration on account of a changed, but… Read More »

BA Champions IATA’s NDC For Corporate Travel

British Airways is in the vanguard of using IATA’s New Distribution Capability for corporate travel. The carrier is at the highest level of development on the schema, according to the International Air Transport Association. Next week it will host corporate accounts and travel management company representatives at its head office to discuss the developments. “The… Read More »