Introducing Technology Partners on Sabre Dev Studio

April 30th, 2015 by

You are building your travel application. We want to help. In addition to our extensive portfolio of APIs, tools, and resources, there are a lot of other valuable products and services that you can benefit from – both in and outside of the travel industry. This is why we are introducing our technology partners on Sabre Dev Studio.


What’s in your bag?

April 22nd, 2015 by

We continue to introduce new capabilities for Bargain Finder Max. The latest update is the introduction of baggage allowance. The new baggage allowance information includes the number of bags (pieces) allowed (from 0 to 99) and weight limitations and is denoted in new response elements.


Use Cases for Online Travel Companies: Integrate New Travel Insight Engine APIs in Your Current Workflow

April 8th, 2015 by

Sabre’s travel insight engine is a unique opportunity for online travel companies to create new applications that provide an extra “umph” to customers. The travel insight engine is a cache platform that allows sub-second response times for air shopping data 192 days into the future, 1 to 17 days length of stay, and 1,000s of city-pairs. By using these APIs in new and creative applications, you can keep travelers on your site longer, encourage repeat […]


MagnaTech Shares Their Experience With Sabre Profiles

March 25th, 2015 by

Sabre Profiles allows you to have a flexible profile management system that is unique to your business. The APIs we make available let you store, manage and access customer data. It easily integrates with your third party systems and tools and ensures the data is synced between systems. MagnaTech, a Sabre authorized Third Party Developer, has recently implemented Sabre Profiles. Some of the most valuable features for them were the Profile Index number and the data mapping […]


Developers Reinvent Travel at 3 Hackathons in 1 Weekend

March 9th, 2015 by

We traveled across two continents for our recent hackathons in search of developers to help reinvent travel. First stop: Launch Hackathon (February 27 – March 1). More than 800 hackers headed to the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco to compete for over $200,000 in cash and prizes. Developers spent the entire weekend using the sponsors’ APIs to build the next great technological invention.