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    • Travel technology

    • Travel technology (also called tourism technology, and hospitality automation) is the application of Information Technology (IT) or Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the travel, tourism and hospitality industry. One form of travel technology is flight tracking. Since travel implies locomotion, travel ... Read »


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    • 2014 National Rail ticket features

    • In 2014, a new design was introduced for train tickets issued on the National Rail network in Great Britain. The pre-2014 design was similar to the APTIS design introduced in 1986 by British Rail. The 2014 design was intended to give passengers more information. The first computerised ticket issuing system on the ... Read »


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    • AeroMobile

    • AeroMobile Communications Limited is a registered mobile network operator for the aviation industry and is based in the UK. It provides technology and services that allow the safe use of passengers' own mobile phones while inflight. A subsidiary of Panasonic Avionics Corporation its services are often installed alongs ... Read »


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    • Airline reservations system

    • An airline reservation system (ARS) is part of the so-called passenger service systems (PSS), which are applications supporting the direct contact with the passenger. ARS eventually evolved into the computer reservations system (CRS). A computer reservation system is used for the reservations of a particular airline a ... Read »


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    • AJENTS

    • AJENTS

      AJENTS (sometimes known as ATS - "Agency Ticket System") is one of the two original computer-based railway ticket issuing systems supplied to travel agencies in Britain. It allows agencies which are not connected to one of the major GDS (Global Distribution System) networks to issue and print railway tickets from a sta ... Read »


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    • Amadeus CRS

    • Amadeus is a computer reservations system (or global distribution system, since it sells tickets for multiple airlines) owned by the Amadeus IT Group with headquarters in Madrid, Spain. The central database is located at Erding, Germany. The major development centers are located in Bangalore (India), Sophia Antipolis ( ... Read »


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    • Amadeus IT Group

    • Amadeus IT Group

      Amadeus IT Group /æməˈdeɪʊs aɪ tiː É¡rʊp/ is a major European IT Provider for the global travel and tourism industry. The company is structured around two areas: its global distribution system and its IT Solutions business area. Acting as an international network, Amadeus provides search, ... Read »


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    • APTIS

    • APTIS

      APTIS was the Accountancy and Passenger Ticket Issuing System used on the British Rail/National Rail until 2007. It was originally called "Advanced Passenger Ticket Issuing System" as it was being developed at the time of the Advanced Passenger Train. It was widely known as the All-Purpose Ticket-Issuing System, a des ... Read »


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    • APTIS ticket features

    • Tickets issued from British Rail's APTIS system had a considerable amount of detail, presented in a consistent, standard format. The design for all tickets was created by Colin Goodall. This format has formed the basis for all subsequent ticket issuing systems introduced on the railway network - Ticket Office-based, se ... Read »


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    • Ascom B8050 Quickfare

    • Ascom B8050 "QuickFare"

      Ascom B8050, usually known by the name QuickFare, is an early example of a passenger-operated railway ticket issuing system, consisting of a series of broadly identical machines installed at British railway stations from 1989 onwards. The machines allow passengers to buy the most popular types of ticket themselves, wit ... Read »


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    • Ascom EasyTicket

    • Ascom EasyTicket

      The Ascom EasyTicket is a railway ticket issuing system used in Britain, consisting of a series of self-service (passenger-operated) machines at railway stations. Having been introduced in 2003 on a trial basis by several Train Operating Companies (TOCs) at various stations, the system did not spread into common usage, ... Read »


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    • Automated flight attending

    • Automated flight attending involves the use of automation to replace some of the tasks that are currently done by flight attendants. in 1965 Martin Limanoff created one of the automatedearliest food delivery systems, consisting of a square box that was designed to travel up and down the aisle along a monorail trac ... Read »


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    • Avantix B8070

    • Avantix B8070 "MultiTicket"

      Avantix B8070, more commonly known as Avantix MultiTicket was a passenger-operated railway ticket issuing system, installed at British railway stations from 1999 onwards. The machines were available as upgrades to the Ascom B8050 Quickfare or as new build. The machine was developed by Sema Group, later SchlumbergerSem ... Read »


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    • Avantix Mobile

    • AVANTIX Mobile

      AVANTIX Mobile ("AVB") is a portable railway ticket issuing system used across the British railway network. Development started in 2000 by Sema Group plc, an IT services company which was acquired by Schlumberger Ltd in 2001 and became SchlumbergerSema. (The company has since been acquired by France-based IT group ... Read »


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    • Axess (CRS)

    • Axess (アクセス国際ネットワーク) is a Computer reservations system based in Japan which provides its services in the Japanese market. It originated as the IT department of Japan Airlines called Jalinfotech. In 1991 it was established as an independent company it began to ... Read »


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    • Busbud

    • Busbud

      Busbud is a worldwide bus and coach travel company that allows travellers to search, compare, and book intercity bus tickets. Busbud operates throughout Europe, South America, North America, Africa, and other destinations. It partners with bus and coach operators to provide a search engine and a booking platform via it ... Read »


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    • Campustours

    • CampusTours Inc. (formerly CampusTours LLC) operates CampusTours.com a directory of information about tours of higher education institutions including virtual tours, and CampusMaps.com a directory of information about the campus maps of Higher education institutions. CampusTours is located in Auburn, Maine, and is priv ... Read »


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    • Classictic

    • Classictic is a service that provides information and ticket sales for classical music events on a multi-lingual internet portal. Classictic acts as an agent for concert organizers, opera houses, orchestras and musicians, facilitating the primary sale of tickets to their events as an auxiliary ticket service. Classicti ... Read »


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    • Computer reservations system

    • A computer reservations system or central reservation system (CRS) is a computerized system used to store and retrieve information and conduct transactions related to air travel, hotels, car rental, or activities. Originally designed and operated by airlines, CRSes were later extended for the use of travel agencies. Ma ... Read »


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    • Confirm Project

    • CONFIRM was an ambitious IT project supposed to create a single computer reservations system/global distribution system used by airline, rental car, and hotel companies. It is often used as a case study as an example of a major failure in project management. The system was pursued to develop in order to create syn ... Read »


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    • Cubic FasTIS

    • Cubic FasTIS ("Flexible and Secure Ticket Issuing System") is the latest TIS introduced to the UK National Rail Retailers. The prototype was piloted at Chiltern Railways High Wycombe station from April 2005, the second pilot machine was deployed at Banbury station. Following successful piloting, both Northern Rail and ... Read »


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    • John Davis (entrepreneur)

    • John Davis (entrepreneur)

      John F. Davis III (born 1953) is an entrepreneur, educator, CEO of Room Key, and a member of the Texas Christian University Board of Trustees. He is a co-founder of 1-800-Flowers and former CEO of both Pegasus Solutions and Birch Street Systems. Davis was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he attended Broadmoor ... Read »


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    • Electronic ticket

    • An electronic ticket (commonly abbreviated as e-ticket) is a digital ticket. The term is most commonly associated with airline issued tickets. Electronic ticketing for urban or rail public transport is usually referred to as travel card or transit pass. It is also used in ticketing in the entertainment industry. An el ... Read »


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    • Etravel promotion

    • Some recent studies show: in Europe, online bookings (for at least one part of a trip) has risen from 19% of total trips abroad in 2003 to 41% in 2008. It means the Internet became nr .1 travel distribution and promotion channel in the EU. Internet companies also realized the increasing importance of travel industry. ... Read »


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    • FareBuzz

    • Fare Buzz is a next-generation online travel agency, B2B (business-to-business) and B2C (business-to-consumer) business that provides people to book airfare, hotel rooms, car rental and vacation packages online and by telephone. Fare Buzz has received recognition from distinguished publications including Yahoo! Finan ... Read »


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    • Galileo GDS

    • Galileo is a computer reservations system (CRS) owned by Travelport. As of 2002, it had a 26.4% share of worldwide CRS airline bookings. In addition to airline reservations, the Galileo CRS is also used to book train travel, cruises, car rental, and hotel rooms. The Galileo system was moved from Denver, Colorado, to ... Read »


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    • Global Distribution System

    • A Global Distribution System (GDS) is a network operated by a company that enables automated transactions between travel service providers (mainly airlines, hotels and car rental companies) and travel agencies. Travel agencies traditionally relied on GDS for services, products & rates in order to provision travel-relat ... Read »


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    • Goeuro

    • GoEuro

      GoEuro.com is a travel metasearch engine which allows users to compare the price and journey time of air, rail and bus travel options in a single search. It is operated by the GoEuro Corporation of New York City, USA GoEuro was conceived after a European trip where the founder found it difficult to book in multipl ... Read »


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    • Hipmunk

    • Hipmunk

      Hipmunk, stylized as hipmunk, is a consumer-oriented online travel company headquartered in San Francisco, California. It was co-founded by Adam Goldstein and Reddit co-founder Steve Huffman in 2010. The company focuses on the visual organization of flight search results. It received increased media attention when Goog ... Read »


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    • Hitit Computer Services

    • Hitit Computer Services is a private company that sells commercial IT systems for the travel industry. Its headquarters is in the ITU Arı Technopolis science park on the campus of Istanbul Technical University. Hitit was established as an IT company by executives from Turkish Airlines in 1994. The first program sol ... Read »


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    • Brent Hoberman

    • Brent Shawzin Hoberman CBE (born 25 November 1968) is a British entrepreneur. Together with Martha Lane Fox, he founded Lastminute.com in 1998, an online travel and gift business. As CEO, Hoberman successively floated and later sold Lastminute.com Ltd to Sabre who purchased the company’s equity and bond debt for ... Read »


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    • Hopper (company)

    • Hopper

      Hopper is a mobile application that uses big data to predict and analyze airfare. Hopper provides travelers with the information they need to get the best deals on flights, and notifies them when prices for their flights are at their predicted lowest points. The company is currently headquartered in Montreal, Can ... Read »


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    • Hotel

    • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. Facilities provided may range from a modest-quality mattress in a small room to large suites with bigger, higher-quality beds, a dresser, a fridge and other kitchen facilities, upholstered chairs, a flatscreen television and en-suite bathroom ... Read »


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    • Hotel Technology Next Generation

    • Hospitality Technology Next Generation, formerly Hotel Technology Next Generation, commonly referred to as HTNG, is a global, non-profit trade association serving hotel companies and technology providers. It was founded in 2002 and is governed by a board of directors consisting of senior technology executives from hote ... Read »


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    • Identification of Fixed Objects in Public Transport

    • IFOPT (Identification of Fixed Objects in Public Transport) is a prCEN Technical Specification that provides a Reference Data Model for describing the main fixed objects required for public access to Public transport, that is to say Transportation hubs (such as airports, stations, bus stops, ports, and other destinatio ... Read »


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    • In-car entertainment

    • In-car entertainment (ICE), or in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), is a collection of hardware and software in automobiles that provides audio or video entertainment. In car entertainment originated with car audio systems that consisted of radios and cassette or CD players, and now includes automotive navigation systems, vi ... Read »


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    • In-flight entertainment

    • In-flight entertainment (IFE) refers to the entertainment available to aircraft passengers during a flight. In 1936, the airship Hindenburg offered passengers a piano, lounge, dining room, smoking room, and bar during the 2 1/2 day flight between Europe and America. After the Second World War, IFE was delivered in the ... Read »


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    • Infini (CRS)

    • Infini is a computer reservations system based in Japan which provides its services in the Japanese market. It was created in 1990 by All Nippon Airways and Abacus (GDS) who currently own 100% of Infini. It utilises technology from Sabre Holdings to provide booking and ticketing capabilities to travel agencies in Japan ... Read »


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    • Information Systems Associates FZE

    • ISA (Information Systems Associates FZE)

      Information Systems Associates FZE (commonly known as ISA) is an aviation software house serving airlines, airports and travel agents. ISA is a privately owned company formed in 2005. The company produces a computer reservation system 'under the name "aeroMART SELL", formerly AccelAero,. The company is headquartered in ... Read »


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    • International Civil Aviation Organization Public Key Directory

    • The International Civil Aviation Organization Public Key Directory (ICAO PKD) is a database maintained by the International Civil Aviation Organization holding national cryptographic keys related to the authentication of e-passport information. A September 2011 United States Central Intelligence Agency document releas ... Read »


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    • Internet booking engine

    • An Internet booking engine (IBE) is a website that allows consumers and travel agents to book flights, hotels, holiday packages, insurance and other services online. In the early days of American aviation, passengers were very few and the airlines did not fly regularly as at present. Ticket fares were regulated by ... Read »


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    • ITA Software

    • ITA Software is a travel industry software division of Google, formerly an independent company, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The company was founded by Jeremy Wertheimer, a computer scientist from the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and Cooper Union, with his partner Richard Aiken in 1996. On July 1, 2010 ITA ag ... Read »


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    • ITour

    • An iTour is an internet-enabled tour of a build, campus, region or city. Typical iTours include multimedia presentations such as interactive maps, streaming video of selected sites, immersive 360 degree panoramic photographs, audio podcast, photographs, and other media. iTours typically use mp3 technology. A user, ... Read »


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    • Jinisys Software

    • Jinisys Software

      Jinisys Software Inc. is a Filipino software engineering company that delivers various property management system for hospitality and real estates. Headquartered in Cebu Holdings Center, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City, Philippines, with other offices in Northgate Cyberzone, Filinvest City, Alabang. The company's well-kn ... Read »


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    • JourneyWeb

    • JourneyWeb is an XML protocol to allow distributed journey planning engines to communicate in order to provide multimodal journeys spanning different regions. The protocol is a UK national de facto standard sponsored by the UK Department for Transport. It is used in the Transport Direct Portal. JourneyWeb makes use o ... Read »


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    • KDS (company)

    • KDS is a SaaS technology provider for online business travel booking and expense management. Yves Weisselberger founded the company in 1994 and served as its CEO until 2011. Dean Forbes took the position of CEO after Weisselberger. The company is based in Issy-les-Moulineaux, France with additional locations in Germany ... Read »


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    • KIU System

    • KIU is a Computer Reservations System and Global Distribution System used by airlines, travel agencies and hosted airlines GSAs worldwide. It current IATA code is C1 and it is certified by SITA / CUTE and Ultra Electronics UltraCUSE airport check-in platforms. KIU was formed in 2002 by a team of professionals of t ... Read »


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    • Knowland Group

    • Knowland is a web-based software company that provides business development products and services to the hospitality industry. Knowland traces its roots back to a small software engineering firm. This firm spent months developing an entirely new kind of hotel readerboard service, heavily reliant on web technology, ... Read »


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    • MARS (ticket reservation system)

    • MARS (マルス, Marusu?), which stands for Multi Access seat Reservation System, is a train ticket reservation system used by the railway companies of former Japanese National Railways, currently Japan Railways Group (JR Group) and travel agencies in Japan. The host of the system is located in Kokubunji, Tok ... Read »


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    • Masabi (company)

    • Masabi is a London based technology company that develops and markets mobile ticketing services for public transport companies. The company builds mobile apps for electronic ticket and fare collection, allowing users to buy tickets by app, and allowing the bus or rail conductor to check the tickets by mobile phone. The ... Read »


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    • MICROS Systems

    • MICROS Systems, Inc.

      MICROS Systems, Inc.; now owned by Oracle Corporation, was headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, United States. The company manufactured and sold computer hardware, software, and services for the restaurant point of sale, hotel, hospitality, specialty retail markets and other similar markets. Analyst estimates cited in ... Read »


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    • Mobile ticketing

    • Mobile ticketing is the process whereby customers can order, pay for, obtain and/or validate tickets using mobile phones or other mobile handsets. Mobile tickets reduce the production and distribution costs connected with traditional paper-based ticketing channels and increase customer convenience by providing new and ... Read »


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    • Momondo

    • Momondo

      Momondo (stylised momondo), is a travel fare aggregator and travel fare metasearch engine. Momondo also operates a travel information blog, Inspiration. The company is owned by Momondo Group. Momondo was founded in Denmark in 2006 and is headquartered in Copenhagen. As of 2016, the company has more than 200 employ ... Read »


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    • NaPTAN

    • The National Public Transport Access Node (NaPTAN) database is a UK nationwide system for uniquely identifying all the points of access to public transport in the UK. The database is closely associated with the National Public Transport Gazetteer. Every UK railway station, coach terminus, airport, ferry terminal, bus ... Read »


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    • National Border Targeting Centre

    • The National Border Targeting Centre (NBTC) is a division and site of the Border Force in the UK, that collates and processes data from people entering and leaving the UK. It is the information-processing site that keeps track of migration into the UK. It operates 24 hours a day. It was opened on Thursday 11 March ... Read »


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    • Navitaire

    • Navitaire

      1993 (as PRA Solutions LLC) Navitaire LLC is a transportation industry technology services subsidiary of multinational IT Provider for the global travel and tourism industry Amadeus IT Group. Navitaire primarily offers systems for passenger reservations, travel commerce, ancillary revenue and merchandising, as well as ... Read »


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    • NeTEx

    • NeTEx (formally Network Exchange PD CEN/TS 16614-1:2014', PD CEN/TS 16614-2:2014 and PD CEN/TS 16614-3:2014) is the CEN Technical standard for exchanging Public Transport Information as XML documents. it provides a W3C XML schema based on the Transmodel abstract model of common public transport concepts and data struct ... Read »


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    • SITAOnAir

    • SITAOnAir

      SITAOnAir is a company that enables airline passengers to use their mobile phones and laptops for calls, text messaging, emails and Internet browsing. By May 2014, SITAOnAir’s services were available in over 60 countries and used by 22 airlines flying over five continents. The company is a fully owned subsidiary ... Read »


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    • Online hotel reservations

    • Online hotel reservations are a popular method for booking hotel rooms. Travelers can book rooms on a computer by using online security to protect their privacy and financial information and by using several online travel agents to compare prices and facilities at different hotels. Prior to the Internet, travelers cou ... Read »


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    • Passenger information system

    • A passenger information [display] system (PIS or PIDS) is an electronic information system which provides real-time passenger information. It may include both predictions about arrival and departure times, as well as information about the nature and causes of disruptions. It may be used both physically within a transpo ... Read »


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    • Passenger name record

    • In the airline and travel industries, a passenger name record (PNR) is a record in the database of a computer reservation system (CRS) that contains the itinerary for a passenger, or a group of passengers travelling together. The concept of a PNR was first introduced by airlines that needed to exchange reservation info ... Read »


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    • Passenger service system

    • A passenger service system (PSS) is a series of critical systems used by airlines. The PSS usually comprises an airline reservations system, an airline inventory system and a departure control system (DCS). Generally the PSS is made up of modules that are used to manage different parts of the airline’s business. ... Read »


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    • Platform display

    • A platform display, destination display or train describer (British English) is supplementing the destination sign on arriving trains giving passengers an advance information. Historically they did only show the next destination and sometimes the type of train. In later usage they were replaced by passenger information ... Read »


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    • Programmed Airline Reservations System

    • Programmed Airline Reservations System (PARS) is an IBM proprietary large scale airline reservation application, a computer reservations system, executing under the control of IBM Airline Control Program (ACP) (and later its successor, Transaction Processing Facility (TPF)). Its international version was known as IPARS ... Read »


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    • Prontohotel

    • ProntoHotel is a free hotel travel metasearch engine founded in 2007 with headquarters in Rome, Italy. The site compares prices for over 550,000 hotels by searching multiple travel booking sites, including Booking.com and Expedia. The site is available in 220 countries and in 20 languages. ProntoHotel was founded ... Read »


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    • Property management system

    • Property Management Systems also known as PMS or Hotel Operating System (Hotel OS), under business terms may be used in real estate of mind, manufacturing, logistics, intellectual property, government or hospitality accommodation management. They are computerized systems that facilitate the management of properties, pe ... Read »


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    • Pseudo city code

    • In the aviation industry, a pseudo city code, pseudo-city code, or office ID, is an alpha-numeric identifier for a corporate user of a computer reservation system (CRS) or global distribution system (GDS), typically a travel agency. The codes are typically 3 or 4 characters long, (although the Amadeus system uses up to ... Read »


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    • QIK

    • QIK (Qantas Intelligent Keypad) is an intelligent airline agent application first developed in the late 1980s as a front end to mainframe computer reservations systems. QIK was designed & developed by a startup within Qantas Airways called Qadrant, as a productivity tool for use in the airline's reservation call centr ... Read »


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    • ReserveAmerica

    • ReserveAmerica

      ReserveAmerica, owned by ACTIVE Network, LLC, is a product that provides online campsite reservation processing for private, state and federal campgrounds in the United States. It claims to be the "#1 Access Point for Outdoor Recreation," processing more than 3.5 million camping reservations per year, with more than 15 ... Read »


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    • ReserVec

    • ReserVec was a computerized reservation system developed by Ferranti Canada for Trans-Canada Airlines (TCA, today's Air Canada) in the late 1950s. It appears to be the first such system ever developed, predating the more famous SABRE system in the US by about two years. Although Ferranti had high hopes that the system ... Read »


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    • Reservisor

    • Starting in 1946, American Airlines developed a number of automated airline booking systems known as Reservisor. Although somewhat successful, American's unhappiness with the Reservisor systems led them to develop the computerized Sabre system used to this day. C. R. Smith became president of American Airlines in ... Read »


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    • Room Key

    • Room Key is a hotel metasearch engine launched in January 2012. Room Key is a joint venture founded by Choice Hotels International, Hilton Worldwide, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, InterContinental Hotels Group, Marriott International, and Wyndham Worldwide or their respective affiliates. There are over 75,000 hotels listed ... Read »


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    • Sabre (computer system)

    • Sabre Global Distribution System (GDS), owned by Sabre Holdings, is used by travel agents around the world with more than 400 airlines, 220,000 hotels, 42 car rental brands, 38 rail providers and 17 cruise lines. The Sabre GDS enables companies such as American Airlines, American Express, BCD Travel, Carlson Wagonlit T ... Read »


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    • Scandinavian Multi Access Reservations for Travel Agents

    • SMART, Scandinavian Multi Access Reservations for Travel Agents, is a computerized system for ticket reservation. It was created in 1979 by SAS, Braathens and Swedish Railways. Many travel companies had computerized their systems at the time, and provided terminal interfaces for travel agencies. Each had their own sys ... Read »


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    • Scheidt & Bachmann Ticket XPress


    • Service Interface for Real Time Information

    • The Service Interface for Real Time Information or SIRI is an XML protocol to allow distributed computers to exchange real time information about public transport services and vehicles. The protocol is a CEN technical specification, developed with initial participation by France, Germany (Verband Deutscher Verkehrsunt ... Read »


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    • Shere FASTticket

    • Worldline FASTticket

      The Atos Worldline FASTticket system is a passenger-operated, self-service railway ticket issuing system, developed by the Guildford-based company Shere Ltd and first introduced on a trial basis in Britain in 1996, shortly after privatisation. It has been developed and upgraded consistently since then, and is now used ... Read »


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    • Shere SMART

    • Shere SMART

      Southern SoutheasternSouth West TrainsNorthern RailArriva Trains WalesFirst Great WesternMerseyrail The Shere SMART ("SMART Terminal") is a desktop-based railway ticket issuing system, developed by the Guildford-based company Shere Ltd, utilising Newbury Data ND4020 ticket printer, first introduced in Britain in 2003 ... Read »


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    • Speed alliance

    • Speed-alliance is a product of Hahn Air Systems GmbH. It is used by high-speed railway companies to sell their seats via Global Distribution System (GDS) under the two character code 5W. The railway connections are displayed in the airline display of the GDS to be sold by travel agencies worldwide. In addition, travel ... Read »


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    • Standard Schedules Information Manual

    • The Standard Schedules Information Manual (SSIM) published by the International Air Transport Association documents international airline standards and procedures for exchanging airline schedules and data on aircraft types, airports and terminals, and time zones. ... Read »


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    • Stratajet

    • Stratajet

      Stratajet is an online private jet booking company, servicing 44 countries in Europe and the United States. The company is owned by Oxis Aviation Ltd. Its headquarters are in Faringdon in London with an office in Sacramento, California. It is a member of aviation industry bodies BACA and EBAA. Stratajet launched in A ... Read »


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    • Timatic

    • Timatic is the database containing cross border passenger documentation requirements. Timatic stands for Travel Information Manual Automatic and is used by airlines to determine whether a passenger can be carried, as well as by airlines and travel agents to provide this information to travellers at the time of booking. ... Read »


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    • TOPAS (CRS)

    • TOPAS is a Computer reservations system based in South Korea which provides its services in the Korean market. It is majority owned by Korean Airlines with Amadeus IT Group holding 35%. ... Read »


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    • Tourism Radio

    • Tourism Radio is a travel technology company based in Cape Town, South Africa, which produces location-based technology used in customized GPS in-car devices and IOS and Android mobile applications. The technology allows the user to take a tour of a city or pre-defined area, with geo-located, pre-recorded audio travel ... Read »


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    • Transmodel

    • Transmodel (formally CEN TC278, Reference Data Model For Public Transport, EN12896) is the CEN European Reference Data Model for Public Transport Information; it provides an abstract model of common public transport concepts and data structures that can be used to build many different kinds of public transport informat ... Read »


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    • Transport standards organisations

    • Transport standards organisations is an article transport Standards organisations, consortia and groups that are involved in producing and maintaining standards that are relevant to the global transport technology, transport journey planning and transport ticket/retailing industry. Transport systems are inherently dist ... Read »


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    • TransXChange

    • TransXChange is a UK national XML based data standard for the interchange of bus route and timetable information between bus operators, the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency, local authorities and passenger transport executives, and others involved in the provision of passenger information. The format is a UK natio ... Read »


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    • .travel

    • The domain name .travel is a top-level domain in the Domain Name System of the Internet. .travel domain names are available to everyone who provides or plan to provide services, products or content in or to the travel industry. It is sponsored by Tralliance Registry Management Company (TRMC). Registrations are processe ... Read »


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    • Travel Technology Interactive

    • traded_as = EuronextALTTI Société Anonyme Industry Travel Technology Founded 2001 Headquarters Paris, France Services IT systems for the travel industry
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    • Travel Technology Interactive

      Travel Technology Interactive Group (also known as TTI) is a French-based international company. It is a solution provider for the air transport industry, specialized in IT software for the management of airlines. It provides an Airline Reservations System with an integrated Global Distribution System (GDS). The com ... Read »


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    • Travelport

    • Travelport

      Travelport is a travel commerce platform providing distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the travel and tourism industry. Travelport is headquartered in Langley, Berkshire. The company recently completed its initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange and trades under the symbol †... Read »


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    • TravelSky

    • Public Traded as0696.HK Industry Aviation Founded Listed February 7, 2001 Headquarters
    • Travelsky

      TravelSky Technology Limited is a Chinese State-owned enterprise (SOE) and the dominant provider of information technology solutions to People's Republic of China's air travel and tourism industries. Its clients include airlines, airports, air travel suppliers, travel agencies, individual and corporate travel consumers ... Read »


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    • Trazzler

    • Trazzler is a travel destination app that specializes in unique and local destinations. The initial concept was developed by Adam Rugel and Biz Stone in 2006 at Twitter's original offices under the name "71 miles". More than 10,000 writers and photographers have contributed and more than $350,000 in freelance contracts ... Read »


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    • Trekiz

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