Improved Data Structure for Fare Calculations Breakdown

July 22nd, 2015 by

Historically, developers have struggled with parsing information from Fare Calculations as part of pricing responses. For example, parsing the Q surcharge amount from the plain text string can be challenging, especially when multiple Q charges may apply for more than one segment. Given that most airlines pay commission based on the Base Fare (less any Q-surcharges) which must be included in ticketing request, simplifying this effort provides great value.


Enhanced merchandising capabilities through branded fares

July 1st, 2015 by

Our air shopping and pricing API capabilities now include branded fares enhancements. The new branded fares utilizes ATPCO industry technology standards to shop, compare and sell bundled airfares in the Sabre travel marketplace and offer the best value to travelers.


It’s All History: Low Fare History – New REST API for Finding Affordable Flights

June 10th, 2015 by

Low Fare History is the newest API to join the air shopping REST portfolio. As an intelligence service, Low Fare History provides a peak into the lead fares of a given city-pair for the past 14 days.


Sabre Dev Studio celebrates a milestone – so what’s next?

May 21st, 2015 by

It’s our birthday! Well, in a way. This week marks one year since we launched Sabre Dev Studio. We have had APIs for more than a decade and have provided products to some of the most successful travel companies in the world for multiple decades. But one year ago, we opened up our platform and introduced a number of new APIs, tools and resources to support developers in building the next big travel application.


Sabre Appys Winners Announced

May 7th, 2015 by

The 3rd annual Sabre Appys event took place at the Travel Technology Exchange (TTX) this week. There were 10 great presentations (6 Red Apps and 4 Online Apps). The judges made their decision today. Check out the winners and their apps.