- 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
- Manage Large Volumes of Data: New REST Advanced Features
- Centralized Release Notes Now Available on Sabre Dev Studio
- Extended Date and Airport Search Efficiency
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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.
September 29th, 2016 by Chris Apaliski
The following blog is a guest post via GIATA, one of our sponsors for Destination Hack: Singapore. We’re very happy to have them on board and hope you enjoy learning more about their services and insight into how you can utilize their technology at our hackathon.
September 29th, 2016 by Constanza Valsangiacomo
Multiple Fares Per Itinerary is a key capability within Bargain Finder Max which allows you to compare in an easy and fast way different fares, offering a variety of options for a given itinerary to best meet the traveler’s needs.
September 26th, 2016 by Leah Tucker
Thinking about putting your mobile travel application on a diet? REST API response getting a little thick around the middle? We can help with that—because you’re now able to return a svelte, trimmed-down ReST API response “auto-magically” for all of your application requests using response views.