New York, Delray Beach (AirGuide - Airline News Latin America / Caribbean) May 29, 2011
Mexico-Cuba tourism venture could open Cuban travel to U.S. market Cuba and Mexico's tourism industries have agreed to develop tourism links between the two countries that could open Cuba to the U.S. market. John McAuliff, executive director of the Fund for Reconciliation and Development, said the joint-destination approach complies with U.S. guidelines for Cuban travel, which center on people-to-people exchanges and cultural programs May 24, 2011
Aerolineas Argentinas, Sabre Aerolineas Argentinas has selected Sabre as its technology and distribution provider of choice. Mariano Recalde, president of ArgentinaOs flagship airline, decided on Sabre to help the company transform its customer operations and services expansion. Aerolineas has renewed is 12-year relationship with Sabre Airline Solutions and SabreSonic Customer Sales and Service (CSS), the industryOs most powerful revenue generating reservations system. The airline will also leverage the world-class shopping and merchandising strengths of SabreSonic Web to power its website. Aerolineas renewed its distribution agreement with Sabre Travel Network, providing Sabre Connected travel agents access to AerolineasO full content, including its ancillary fares. Aerolineas will also leverage SabreOs revenue, network, flight operations and crew solutions, among many others to help increase revenues, conduct seamless operations and help its airline crews simplify the complexities of scheduling. For more information, visit www.sabreairlinesolutions.com or www.aerolineas.com.ar. May 24, 2011
Aeromexico, Sabre Aeromexico, MexicoOs global airline, said the switch to its new system for reservations and airport check-in platform, Sabre, has been a success, since its initial stages on Sunday. The transfer to the new system is a continuous development that promises better service as soon as the turnover process is completely operational. As a result of the change, passengers have experienced some minor check-in and travel delays in the last several hours at several of the airports Aeromexico flies to. In order to keep its passengers and the general public well informed, however, the airline said both its online check-in services are running and fully operational to receive reservations, for purchases, consultations, and check-in for all trips. As May 24, all flights were on schedule and all areas of documentation...