US-based Sabre said that it had achieved this “milestone” several months ahead of schedule, and is a major step forward in the company’s ambitions to “lead the industry in enhancing the way airlines retail and distribute their products” through NDC-enabled platforms.
Rodrigo Celis, vice president, product management at Sabre, added: “This is an important milestone for Sabre as we continue to execute on our NDC-enabled airline retailing and product distribution strategy.
“Through our strong direct and indirect channel presence, we are uniquely positioned to help unlock the value of personalised retailing with a true end-to-end solution.
“Our commitment remains steadfast to accelerate the development of a platform that accommodates flexible offer management and product distribution.”
Sabre is already certified by The International Air Transport Association: IATA represents and serves the airline industry, with a membership made up of around 230 airlines. The association seeks to raise awareness of how aviation... as a New Distribution Capability - a new system of technology standards to allow the distribution of airfares and ancillaries through third parties which is being developed by airline association IATA with... Level 1 aggregator and plans to achieve Level 3 status during 2018.