British Airways NDC content has arrived to Travelport+

Schiphol, The Netherlands - June 12, 2011: British Airways Airbus A320 taking off from Schiphol airport.

Travelport has announced that New Distribution Capability (NDC) content from British Airways is now live on the Travelport+ platform.

With Travelport, British Airways is delivering access to NDC content to agents. The content is available as of today in the UK and Ireland and will be followed by a global rollout for Travelport+ users around the world.

“We’re delighted that, together with Travelport, we’re now providing agents with a view of all our products and dynamic fares. With everything all in one place, we are empowering agents to take control of a wide range of content available to them for a more efficient and seamless booking experience,” said Ian Romanis, British Airways’ director of retail and customer relationship management.

The Content Curation Layer (CCL) within Travelport+ is driven by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning capabilities in order to provide more accurate, relevant results for a faster, more streamlined booking experience for travel retailers. Agents using Travelport+ will be able to search, compare, book and service British Airways’ content all in one place, with access to a wide range of rich content, fares, and unique offerings with just a few simple keystrokes.

“Now that we have more content from different sources live in Travelport+, like British Airways NDC, agents can easily manage all aspects of their clients’ travel within a single view of product features, dynamic offers and ancillaries,” said Jason Clarke, chief commercial officer, Travel Partners at Travelport.

“Travelport+ was designed to revolutionize the way airlines distribute their products by connecting suppliers directly with travel agents around the world through one unified platform. Following this launch, we will continue to deliver access to even more extensive offerings from British Airways, including personalized offers tailored to customer needs.”

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