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QuadLabs Extends NDC Partnership

QuadLabs Technologies, a premier travel technology solutions provider extends NDC Partnership. NDC is a travel industry-supported program launched by IATA and it provides the opportunity to address the end-to-end airline distribution process, shopping, booking, and to deliver enhanced customer experiences.

New Distribution Capability (NDC) empowers travel intermediaries to enable airlines to distribute their full product offerings including seat choices, extra baggage and other ancillary services, using rich content, in an anonymous or personalized manner. A travel agency can sell this content directly. It enables direct communication between travel agents and airlines, which will give them cost advantage on every booking. NDC also provide greater transparency & access to comprehensive set of offerings from the airline directly to the consumer through a travel agent or any of the Online Travel portals.

QuadLabs initiated NDC partnership with multiple airlines. QuadLabs is also investing on manpower, improving process and enhancing its products. QuadLabs is improving the strategy to optimize revenue of Travel Agents using NDC.

“NDC is a direct connect to an airline that builds a strong capability in our XChange platform to provide ancillary services offered by the airlines directly to a travel agent’s online portal.” Said the CEO Mr. Gaurav Chiripal.

QuadLabs Technologies headquartered in India with offices in Brazil and UAE is a premier travel technology company with a focus on delivering world-class technology products to the travel industry. They specialize in intelligent solutions which have a high degree of adaptability to distinct business processes within the travel domain. Their product is a proven platform with several deployments across Europe, USA, Asia, Middle East, Australia, Africa and Latin America and is highly adapted by each market.

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How Brexit may affect your travel plans to Europe?

The British government has taken a historic move by removing its name from the European Union, which is conceived to be a benevolent economic, political and social alliance. This decision in favor of ‘Brexit’ as it is known, has affected the global economic market greatly and left international investors and economic leaders anxious. However, with this outcome of the UK’s referendum, travel and tourism industry will also have an immediate effect.

Although the long term impact of the vote is still unclear, people currently travelling to British will be the first to see the short term impact. Below are given few possible speculations on how Brexit may affect your travel plans and should travelers be worried about Brexit.

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