Category: NDC Aggregator

Meet us at the PROS Outperform Virtual Conference from 16th till 18th November

Meet Travel in Motion at an upcoming industry event that is worthwhile attending: The PROS Outperfom Virtual Conference which will take place from 16th till 18th November. We will be present as sponsors and you can meet us by visiting our sponsor page. Our partner Daniel Friedli will also be on a panel to discuss the shifting airline distribution landscape with Boyan Manev of PROS and Keith Wallis of Air Canada (18th November, 11:00-11:40 Central Time, 18:00-18:40 CET).  This will be a perfect possibility to catch up, discuss and look forward to joint engagements.

 

Interview with TiM in the latest Air Transport World

The latest edition of Air Transport World (ATW) features an article about new opportunities in Airline Distribution. It reflects on Emirates Gateway, as well as discussing advantages of IATA’s New Distribution Capabillity (NDC) with Lufthansa –  a very good summary about the status, opportunities and challenges of NDC.

We are proud to have contributed to this article through an interview with the author Kurt Hofmann.

Please check the latest edition of Air Transport World.

ACCELERATING NDC

While many airlines had lofty ambitions, most would admit that they have faced challenges in growing their distribution volumes via the New Distribution Capability (NDC) as quickly as they would have liked. An aspect that is increasingly important is the role of NDC aggregators, the bridge between supply (airlines) and demand (sellers). Travel in Motion’s (TiM) founding partner Daniel Friedli took a deeper look into the value added by NDC aggregators and general challenges to NDC adoption. Through a comprehensive survey with aggregators as well as interviews with IATA, airlines, aggregators and sellers, TiM explored what works well, and what does not.  The paper should help airlines, aggregators, sellers and NDC solution vendors address these issues and find solutions at an early stage of the project and implementation.

The time and efforts to research and write such a paper are made possible through sponsorship. In this instance, we thank our sponsor Datalex for the support.

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