17 April 2014
The travel industry technology company Sabre said it is now selling Virgin Australia´s extra legroom seats, pre-paid bags and unaccompanied traveler ancillaries in the Sabre global distribution system.
Shelly Terry, vice president of supplier merchandising for Sabre Travel Network, said the sale of ancillaries, such as pre-reserved seats continue to be a valuable revenue stream for airlines and provides travelers with more choices for their flight experience.
Virgin Australia joins a growing list of airlines, including Air France-KLM, Qantas, SAS, Finnair, Air New Zealand, Alitalia, Brussels Airlines, Aegean, Aeromexico, EL AL, easyJet, Lufthansa and US Airways, that have chosen to offer ancillary services and bundled fares through Sabre´s travel marketplace and travel agencies.
Travel Network is a global business-to-business travel marketplace and consists primarily of global distribution system and a broad set of solutions that integrate with the GDS. Visit www.sabretravelnetwork.com for more information.