Amtrak turns 50 years old on May 1. Unless it patches up a relationship with content aggregator Travelfusion, it will be celebrating without connections to various corporate travel points of sale.

According to Travelfusion CEO Moshe Rafiah, the rail operator a few months ago informed his company that it wanted to end its agreement to feed Travelfusion's platform. Travelfusion's Amtrak connection went inactive on March 11. As a result, those relying on Travelfusion to book Amtrak tickets within corporate channels may need to find another way . . .

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