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Travel Technology Blog

  • The Phoenix and its New Home

    August 4, 2017

    Dear Vayant Customer, Partners, Shareholders and Employees, Today we have announced that Vayant Travel Technologies Inc. has been acquired by PROS.  For Vayant, this acquisition is a natural and positive step to accelerate our growth and maximize our contribution to the travel industry, and we are glad to see all our customers, partners and employees finding a new home...

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  • Are Airlines Escaping From The GDS Or Simply Falling Under Google’s Control?

    June 28, 2017

    For decades airlines have untied their dependency to GDSs and showcased their product by developing their airline.com.

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  • A One-of-a-kind Booking Tool for the World’s Most Iconic Aircraft, the Airbus A380

    June 5, 2017

    Airbus created the online booking assistant www.iflyA380.com for travellers who love the superjumbo – the first and only flight search that presents flights to accommodate travellers’ preference for a specific aircraft model. Vayant is proud that Airbus selected Vayant OneSearch™ for the technology behind iflyA380.

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  • 4 Success Factors to Shift to Direct Distribution

    May 16, 2017

    Distributing through NDC and bypassing GDSs can be the next gold rush for airlines. It is tempting to believe the promise of controlling the offer is good enough to succeed in that challenge, but making money actually requires leading edge technology.

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  • Don’t Leave Money on the Table

    March 28, 2017

    Passengers expect airlines to sell the services that could be relevant to them. And because their needs may be different at the time of booking, or on the day of departure, they should also be able to buy at any time from their PC at home, or on-the-go via the airline mobile app.

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  • Metasearch: The Next Differentiation Opportunity for Airlines

    March 8, 2017

    Expedia just reported a stellar 65% revenue increase vs. same quarter last year for their hotel metasearch Trivago, just after a wave of metasearch acquisitions by Ctrip (Skyscanner) and Priceline (Momondo).

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