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CMA questions Sabre acquisition of Farelogix

CMA questions Sabre acquisition of Farelogix

The government body launched an in-depth investigation into the US$360 million deal in September and has now suggested it could result in less innovation, higher fees and more limited choice of supplier for airlines.

Ryanair partners with Rentalcars.com

Ryanair partners with Rentalcars.com

Ryanair has partnered with Rentalcars.com for its hire vehicle offering. By integrating the platform across its airlines, Ryanair hopes to deliver more car rental bookings than ever before.

easyJet renews distribution deal with Travelport

easyJet renews distribution deal with Travelport

easyJet will benefit from access to the full suite of Travelport’s digital media merchandising solutions in line with the airline’s strategy to refine and diversify the way it targets business and leisure travellers.

Wizz Air launches auto check-in service

Wizz Air launches auto check-in service

Wizz Air has introduced a new auto check-in service, allowing customers to obtain boarding passes 50 hours prior to their flight without having to manually check in.

Wex confirms US$1.7bn acquisition of eNett and Optal

Wex confirms US$1.7bn acquisition of eNett and Optal

Wex has entered into an agreement to purchase eNett, a provider of business-to-business payments solutions to the travel industry. In a separate deal, the financial technology service provider signed to acquire Optal, a company that specialises in optimising business-to-business transactions.

Sabre inks decade-long partnership with Google

Sabre inks decade-long partnership with Google

The ten-year-strategic partnership with Google will enable the travel provider to improve operational agility while developing new services and creating a new marketplace for its airline, hospitality and travel agency customers.