- Bargain Finder Max News Update: Multiple Fares Per Itinerary
- Confidently Quoting Baggage Fees with Bargain Finder Max
- 5 Data-Driven Widgets Pioneering Insight Onto the Decision Support Bar
- Destination Hack: Singapore – A Recap of our Global Hackathon
- How to Create PNRs in a Single API Call
- How to develop a neat travel portal
- Bargain Finder Max enhances cabin logic when used in Multiple Fares Per Itinerary
- Customize your REST API response “auto-magically” with a Sabre or custom response view
- New Hotel APIs now Available
- Join us for Destination Hack: Singapore
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January 9th, 2017 by Constanza Valsangiacomo
As many of you may know, we’ve recently made great enhancements to Multiple Fares Per Itinerary. If you’re using our Bargain Finder Max – Shop Across Passenger Type API, you’ll find both of these new features quite useful.
December 13th, 2016 by Constanza Valsangiacomo
As noted our previous blog “What’s in your bag?” we continue to improve our Bargain Finder Max capabilities, bringing easy access and transparency to baggage information in the air shopping process.
December 5th, 2016 by Katlynne Dahan
With technology rapidly changing, information is now more accessible to travelers like never before. Travelers can act as their own travel consultant, go online and book. With Sabre’s latest product, the new Sabre Red Workspace, professional travel consultants will now be able to access information that travelers aren’t privy to…right within their workflow.
November 28th, 2016 by Chris Apaliski
We’re passionate about technology and innovation in the travel sphere. Yearly, we orchestrate Destination Hack, our global hackathon. This event brings together some of the world’s brightest minds with a common goal: to reinvent travel. This fall, we took Destination Hack to Singapore.
November 9th, 2016 by Fernando Carreno
What?! Creating PNRs in a Single API Call? That’s right! This is now possible with the Create Passenger Name Record API. By providing itinerary, pricing, passenger information and the rest of the reservation mandatory items (ticket time limit, contact phone, etc.) to this API, you’ll get a PNR back. It’s as simple as that. There’s no need to wait for and interpret intermediate system responses.