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_Oneworld member JAL to migrate to Amadeus’ full Altéa Suite for reservations, inventory and departure control modules
_JAL to fully modernise its passenger service system (PSS) across both its domestic and international business
Amadeus, a leading technology partner for the global travel industry and Alipay, China's leading online payment service provider, today announced a strategic collaboration to integrate Alipay into the Amadeus Payment Platform (APP).
The industry’s only fully online professional booking and fulfilment platform which requires no local installation and is fully adapted to meet the needs of travel agency customers
Companies sign a multi-year agreement to extend their long-standing partnership
Amadeus Altéa implementation enables the largest U.S. carrier to begin international flight service to the Caribbean and Mexico
The technology behind the take-off, Amadeus Altéa is powering the airline’s reservations, inventory and departure control functions for international flying
The Shareholder General Meeting (SGM) of Amadeus, a leading technology partner for the global travel industry, approved today the proposals presented by the Board of Directors.
These included shareholder remuneration, the incorporation of Mr. Luis Maroto to the Board of Directors as Executive Director, and the appointment and re-election of other Board Members.
CyberSource, a Visa Inc. company (NYSE:V), and one of the world's leading providers of eCommerce payment management services, has formed a strategic global partnership with Amadeus, a leading technology partner for the global travel industry.
Industry-first agreement will combine SAP Cloud Travel and Expense with Amadeus e-Travel Management
> Surge in bookings from Northern European markets for travel to Brazil during the World Cup period, compared with same period in 2013
> Airlines could be missing a business opportunity, as most have not added capacity in line with increased demand
The coming-of-age of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)’s youthful population will reshape the travel industry in the region over the next fifteen years, as digital natives instinctively turn to mobile technologies and social media to plan, book and manage travel.