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Delta Wants Star Ratings As A New Standard, United Doesn’t

United Airlines isn’t into the star component of an emerging program for displaying airline products and airfare attributes. Delta had been hoping for a standard…

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Morgan Stanley: Corporate Travel Prospects Weaken

New research by Morgan Stanley analysts suggested the prolonged period of strong corporate travel demand may hit speed bumps this year. After surveying 203 corporate…

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Two More Startups, One Claiming A Mobile First, Adopt ATPCO’s Airfare Star Ratings

When ATPCO last month unveiled its Next Generation Storefront, officials weren’t sure how it would work on mobile devices. Progress and opinion are mixed among…

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ATPCO’s New Distribution Storefront Needs Stars To Align

Airline Tariff Publishing Company and its Routehappy subsidiary are out to change how air travelers view and compare flight options. Developed with the Big Three…

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A Few Minutes With GoldSpring Consulting, Episode 1

Welcome to a new audio feature as The Company Dime interviews the industry veterans at GoldSpring Consulting about developments in travel management. In this first…

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With A New Booking Interface, TripActions Will Regain Access To Delta

TripActions in the coming weeks will roll out a new booking interface that meets Delta’s display requirements. This will end a dispute between the two…

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Loving The Anti-Concur, TripActions Clients Book Plenty Of Delta Despite Dispute

[UPDATE, Feb. 7 2019: Delta and TripActions have reconciled with one another. More here.] Something’s still amiss between Delta Air Lines and new corporate travel…

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