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Travel Technology Blog

  • Airlines, Put Your Sales on Fire

    December 5, 2016

    We are witnessing an era of a constant stream of emerging gadgets, new trends and hi-tech innovations making technology a must in our lives. As tech progress is speeding in the fast lane, digital is the future of airline sales.

  • Breaking the Mold with Dynamic Pricing

    November 23, 2016

    Airlines continue to strive to be true retailers – adopt the passenger-centric view and sell their products how they want and to whom they want.. Leading brands such as Tesco, Amazon and H&M do this very successfully, so what do airlines need to do to be part of this list of retailing greats?

  • Harnessing the Power of Metasearch

    November 2, 2016

    In 2012 Google published their “Future of Airline Distribution” report and estimated that travelers used 22 websites, apps and social networks to plan and book their trips. Last year, Expedia re-evaluated this figure at 38 digital channels.

  • NDC: Get Your Reward Now, Leave Unnecessary Complexity for Later

    October 12, 2016

    You are an airline CIO or CCO and just like many of your competitors, you would like to embark in NDC distribution but you struggle with what seems to be hugely complex, long and costly programs. And while there are benefits in achieving a complete NDC transformation, they appear far on the horizon and not completely obvious.

  • Post T2RL conference – Airlines Need to Change… but Cannot Take the Risk!

    September 27, 2016

    In September Vayant Travel Technologies was present at two industry conferences both held in London – the Aviation Festival and the FlightGlobal/T2RL conference. Two conferences presenting two sides of the challenges that airlines face today.

  • Is it Time to Offload Your PSS?

    September 15, 2016

    Think about 2016 in 3 dates: 14th January, 20th July and 8th August. Hundreds and thousands of passengers of JetBlue, Southwest and Delta will probably remember one of those dates, because they were stranded somewhere in an airport as a result of an airline computer system outage.