- Hackathon: TTX – What Happens in Vegas Changes the Travel Game
- Baggage Allowance and Charges Update for Bargain Finder Max
- Sabre Native API to Replace Emulator API
- New Revenue Opportunities with the FareNabber API
- 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
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April 12th, 2017 by Chris Apaliski
Year after year, Sabre TTX never fails to disappoint. TTX, short for the Travel Technology Exchange, brings together travel professionals from all over the world for a 3-day conference packed with networking opportunities, new technology breakthroughs, and showcases of the latest trends and insights in the travel industry. There’s also a special developer track designed for our dev crowd and to highlight their continuous innovations within the travel sphere. This year, we’re putting the spotlight […]
March 30th, 2017 by Diane Dunigan
Providing baggage allowance and charges in the shopping response promotes full transparency of additional cost to the total price of the ticket. Currently, Bargain Finder Max returns baggage allowance and charges for up to 2 bags. We have expanded the number of bags to be input from 2 to up to 4. See details in the release notes posted on March 30, 2017!
March 29th, 2017 by Molly Jones
The new Sabre Red Workspace (SRW) features a highly configurable agent workspace, opening the door for developers to design customized travel solutions for their customers. Launching on April 3rd, the Sabre Red Workspace Developer Toolkit will be a step-by-step, comprehensive toolkit for developers looking to create solutions for the new Sabre Red Workspace. One of these tools, the Native API, provides an upgraded bridge solution that will enable developers to design custom Sabre Red Workspace […]
March 14th, 2017 by Chris Apaliski
As time moves forward and advances in technology come with it, the way consumers shop for travel continually evolves. Developers are naturally impacted by this evolution and must address the constantly changing desires of their customer base when building new applications. There is a growing trend amongst travelers to shop for travel in a way that coincides with their needs, such as shopping for specific destinations, dates and price ranges.
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.