Archive

September 2013

[Infographic] Driving technology in Sub-Saharan Africa for more than two decades

Forward-thinking travel providers are looking to Africa for growth opportunities – a sentiment backed...

Amadeus tech team takes home its third Tnooz THack win

Amadeus became a three-time winner when our North America research and development team was awarded the top prize...

Are commission payments on ancillary services a key differentiator?

It’s possible. Some may say airlines are moving away from the idea of supporting ancillary service...


Big data and visions of the future center discussion at the GBTA Europe conference

I was delighted to participate in a panel discussion led by Amon Cohen on the future of different players...

Turning travel agency low-cost bookings into profit

At Amadeus our daily mission is to ensure we provide travel agent customers with the best content...

What’s the payoff from big data in the travel industry?

There are several potential benefits of big data – most of which also require business changes in addition...


Low cost carriers in the hot seat – driving the agenda from London

There has been no shortage of food for thought in the World Low Cost Airlines Congress in London this...

Travellers seek sincere, personal and impartial advice – and it’s not only online

Have you ever planned a whole trip yourself just because you enjoyed doing it? If so, you are not alone....

Travel agents take note: LCC booking made easy

I’m delighted to announce another easyJet and Amadeus partnership ‘first’ today as easyJet is the first...


Low Cost Airlines: a constantly evolving model

When you consider the most disruptive changes to have affected specific industries in the last 40 years...

[Infographic] About Amadeus – A brief history

Since 1987 Amadeus IT Group has been a leading transaction processor for the global travel and tourism...

Safe and decent housing is well worth a day’s sweat, mud and hard labour!

Working at Amadeus Asia Pacific, you don’t usually see me with a bucket of cement and a brick in my hand...