Travel commerce platform leader Travelport announced today at the CAPA Airlines in Transition Summit held in Dublin, that 150 airlines have joined its system and can now make customized or personalised offers to both individual travel agencies or corporations.
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Amadeus announce the completion of the carrier’s migration to Amadeus Altéa Revenue Management Suite, laying the groundwork for the optimization of the pricing of both flight and, in the future, ancillary services.
Aiming to win over the budget-minded traveler keen on flexibility, Star Alliance announced that it has expanded its Round-the-World (RTW) fare to include travel in premium economy class in three mileage bands.
Consumer organization EKPOIZO recently discovered that advertized airline tickets have serious price variations, some which reached up to 63 percent between the advertized on-line cost and the actual charge.
Athens International Airport announced another record-breaking year with a total of 16.5 million passengers in 2007, an impressive 10 percent increase from its 15.1 million passengers in 2006. There was an eight percent increase in the number of flights that for the first time...
A schedule of daily flights from Athens as of next March was announced last month by the low-cost airline Snowflake, a subsidiary of SAS, during a reception held at the Swedish embassy here. Presently, Snowflake flies from Athens to Copenhagen and Stockholm.
A delegation from the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE) met with Prime Minister Costas Simitis last month, at his request, where the tourism professionals expressed their belief that the government has failed to take tourism seriously.
For Greek travelers that wish to explore new and exciting Scadinavian destinations, Wayfare Aviation Services has a new product of special interest. In cooperation with the Norwegian Embassy in Greek and with SAS, Wayfare has produced a brochure that allows travelers to explore...