Basic Fare Shop JR API (OTA_AirLowFareSearchLLSRQ) to be decommissioned

March 19th, 2018 by

The Basic Fare Shop JR API (OTA_AirLowFareSearchLLSRQ) will be decommissioned effective January 31, 2019. If your application is using this API, we recommend upgrading to Bargain Finder Max, Sabre’s advanced air shopping API. For more information about Bargain Finder Max, refer to Sabre Dev Studio Bargain Finder Max (SOAP/XML) and Sabre Dev Studio Bargain Finder Max (REST/JSON) pages or check out To get started using Bargain Finder Max, contact your Sabre account representative.


    4 Ways the New Sabre Red Workspace SDK 3.3 Will Boost Your Agency’s Efficiency

    January 29th, 2018 by

    If you had a chance to check out our latest blog post, you may have learned that travel industry technology has come a long way as more competitors enter the marketplace, traveler demands continue to grow, and new efficiencies are needed to keep up. Sabre’s been on the forefront of these technological advances by introducing solutions such as the easy to use new Sabre Red Workspace. Today, we’re taking that one step further. Introducing Sabre […]


    The Next Evolution of the Travel Desktop – Making Your Customers Happy Has Never Been Easier

    January 17th, 2018 by

    We’ve all been there. We complain about the extra couple of seconds it takes for a webpage to load or the “fast food” that’s not fast. Let’s face it: consumers are more demanding than ever. They want it now and they want it their way. How did we go from traditional mail delivery to same-day delivery service? How did the multi-billion-dollar travel industry, serving millions of travelers, get past the inefficient manual reservations process? The […]


    New options to revalidate an itinerary

    November 6th, 2017 by

    The workflow to search for and book air travel usually starts with an air shopping request and response, followed by a click to purchase option. It is at the click to purchase option where a workflow decision is made to take the traveler directly to the booking path or revalidate the itinerary to recheck the price and availability before going directly to the booking path. Revalidating if an itinerary is bookable and what the price […]


    PCI-Mandated Upgrade to TLS v1.2

    October 26th, 2017 by

    What you need to know about upgrading from SSL and early TLS encryption protocols   Over the past few years, industry Security researchers identified vulnerabilities in the Secure Sockets Layer 3.0 (SSLv3.0), as well as early TLS versions of encryption protocol. In response, the Payment Card Industry (“PCI”) Council, as well as Visa and MasterCard, have issued a mandate that all merchants and service providers configure their systems in a manner to ensure secure connections […]


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