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Industry Must Prioritize Collaboration and Experimentation to Advance NDC Adoption

(14 Sep 2021)
A new report from Amadeus shows that momentum with
IATA’s New Distribution Capability (NDC) has accelerated over the
past 18 months.

Airlines have begun to make tailored offers
available, as well as to experiment with innovations like
‘continuous pricing’ and new types of bundled offers.

Travel
sellers of all shapes and sizes are now going live across the
world, with over 2,500 travel agencies across 50 markets now able
to book and service airline content via NDC using solutions such
as Amadeus Selling Platform
Connect, Amadeus Travel API, and Amadeus cytric Travel & Expense.

The technology…

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