Vietnam Airlines expands Sabre partnership

Breaking Travel News | November 12, 2019

Vietnam Airlines expands Sabre partnership
Vietnam Airlines signed a multimillion-dollar agreement with Sabre Corporation. The carrier will adopt Sabre Revenue Optimiser and SabreSonic Inventory solutions to enable responsive real-time origin and destination revenue management. This will further strengthen Vietnam Airlines’ forecasting and inventory control capabilities, helping maximise its revenue and setting the foundation for dynamic offer creation.

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For the most part, booking flights for work isn’t like booking flights for your next personal trip. In business travel, time is money. And quite often, travel time can be dead time, with your travellers having to get to the airport, wait around at the airport, and then make their way to their business meeting or event once they get through passport control and customs. This is all time spent not working, so our Travel Experts recommend making the most of direct flights and minimising the number of nights travellers are ‘on the road’ whenever and wherever possible.