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Direct is not always best: The benefits of working with OTAs

by Matthias Dybing

Travel Weekly’s editor reckons this article is best enjoyed while listening to the 1975 hit “Why Can’t We Be Friends?” by War.

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Travel Agents

Travelcube ditches fees with more changes on cards

Cancellation and amendment fees are a thing of the past for TravelCube users.

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Trade still key for United amid shifting landscape

The trade continues to play a vital role in United’s Australian distribution chain, with the airline committed to continue investing […]

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Accor direct sales thrive despite OTA surge

Accor claims to be holding its own in the accommodation distribution landscape, reporting a substantial increase in direct bookings despite […]

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IATA gets US thumbs-up for airline distribution reform

The International Air Transport Association’s New Distribution Capability has taken a major step forward as its foundation document, Resolution 787, […]

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Distribution reaches point of "equilibrium"

Rather than sealing the fate of traditional travel agents, the rise of online and direct distribution channels is instead seeing […]

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IATA moves towards new distribution model

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is targeting the modernisation of airline retailing with a new plan which it predicts […]

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