Online Middle East travel agency, Rehlat, has renewed a long-term agreement with leading global travel technology provider, Sabre Corporation, to continue using its technology to power its online platform.
Sabre announced that it believes airline complexity has long served as an enemy to on-time percentages and disrupted schedules for carriers large and small, regional and global.
Advances in technology have encouraged more travellers to shop while on the go – browsing and buying travel experiences on their mobile devices, according to Sabre’s latest study.
Dadabhai Travel has renewed its agreement with Sabre to continue facilitating travel through its industry-leading platform.
Travellers are becoming more demanding as they seek more personalised travel experiences, according to Sabre.
Raymond Vrijenhoek has been appointed vice president for Sabre Travel Network Middle East, effective January 02, 2018.
Today’s travellers spend an average of 3.5 hours finding the perfect flight, according to a consumer poll from Sabre, highlighting the vast array of flight options available to travellers today, and the potential dilemma of easily finding an appropriate flight.
Sabre has developed a hospitality industry analytics platform to use artificial intelligence in order to maximise total hotel revenue, namely SynXis Analytics Cloud.
In partnership with Microsoft, Sabre has announced the development of an artificial intelligence-powered chatbot set to add intelligent and conversational features to its applications, in a bid to enhance customer service and interaction through smart technology.
Expanding its global reach, Himalaya Airlines has signed a distribution agreement with Sabre, in effect from August, to support the airline’s vision of becoming the premium carrier connecting Nepal with the world.