Launch of Amadeus Ticket Changer simplifies ticket reissues for travel

first_imgUnique to Amadeus, the new solution automatically calculates and guarantees any applicable fare, tax or penalty collection for the 94 airlines that file their rules in CAT31 including Qantas and Virgin Australia. Amadeus Ticket Changer also automates the additional collection calculation for all other carriers filing in CAT16, saving agents time on almost any airline reissue.You need to see this new solution to believe it. That is why Amadeus Australia is offering Australian travel agents Amadeus Ticket Changer transactions free of charge until 28 February 2014.Tony Carter, Managing Director, Amadeus IT Pacific commented, “We recognise that complex ticket reissues are not a travel agent’s favourite task. That is why we are very excited to launch Amadeus Ticket Changer. It really does take the strain out of the reissue process and gives agents more time to focus on providing great service.” Source = Amadeus Amadeus, a leading technology partner for the global travel industry, today announces the launch of Amadeus Ticket Changer in Australia that automates the air ticket reissuing process, significantly reducing time and the possibility of errors. The new solution reduces time spent on a ticket exchange to just two minutes.Amadeus Ticket Changer automates ticket exchanges for cabin, class, route or date changes, regardless of whether the ticket is unused, partially used or has been reissued previously.last_img read more

Four out of five people still plan to book flights

first_imgFour out of five people still plan to book flights for their summer holiday despite the impending recession, according to a new poll.The survey by Adfero showed that just 20 percent of respondents believed the economic downturn would affect the length, destination or time of their annual break.A wide cross-section of society was surveyed, with the results highlighting the fact that people were still keen to book flights abroad – either because they prioritised their holiday or because they wanted to escape the economic ‘doom and gloom’.Recent research from showed that more people were prepared to make sacrifices in order to afford their summer holiday flights – with nights out, new clothes and luxury food items among the most likely things that people would cut down on.The findings also revealed that just over half (51 percent) of young families think that the economic slowdown would affect their annual holiday plans.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedMost Brits still plan to book summer holiday flightsMost Brits still plan to book summer holiday flightsBrits intend to spend the same amount on this year’s holiday as in 2008Most British holidaymakers are intending to spend the same amount on their holiday this year as they did in 2008More Brits book flights abroad to escape economic ‘doom and gloom’More Brits book flights abroad to escape economic ‘doom and gloom’last_img read more