Creating a Passenger Name Record

November 6th, 2018 by

Introducing this Sample Code We offer an API called Create Passenger Name Record to help you prepare your travelers for their trip by creating a full reservation. Through using it, in one request, your application can do the following: Create a PNR containing information for one or more travelers Add agency details Book one or more air segments Halt processing based on acceptable pricing limits How can this API do several things in one request? It’s […]


APIs are Made for People: Creating Human-Readable Messages

October 4th, 2018 by

From the very first time that one system needed to talk to another system, APIs have been with us. In the early days, APIs were complex, cryptic, and a little mysterious; even the meaning of the acronym – application programming interface – can be a little


Sessionless, It’s a State of Mind

September 26th, 2018 by

A few weeks ago, we met with software developers to offer them advice on using our Sabre APIs (Sabre Web Services) in their application. While reviewing how to access travel content, my teammate, Gonzalo Jorge, mentioned using


5 Minutes to Reimagine the Business of Travel

September 17th, 2018 by

Sabre Krakow employees will participate in an epic battle of ideas and innovation. Well, if we are being transparent, reimaging the business of travel requires more than five minutes. For many Sabre employees, we think about travel, technology, and innovation 24/7/365. But for the upcoming Sabre Krakow Hackathon, teams will only get 5 minutes to present their idea to an esteemed panel of judges. The Sabre Krakow Hackathon is an internal team event, taking place in […]


Spending tons of time creating customer proposals? Here`s how to fix it

September 12th, 2018 by

The rise in online shopping technology is changing the way potential travelers approach booking a trip. With access to an incredible amount of information, the savvy traveler now browses numerous travel sites