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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_reservation_system

United Airlines and Trans World Airlines followed in 1971 with the Apollo Reservation System and Programmed Airline Reservation System (PARS), respectively. Soon, travel agents began pushing for a system that could automate their side of the process by accessing the various ARSes directly to make reservations.

www.tnooz.com/GDS-news-july-2012

Jul 30, 2012 ... The full content agreement sees the carrier's published fares made available to all Galileo, Apollo and Worldspan GDS-connected agents around the world ... The partnership allows travel agents in the country to buy airline tickets via the Abacus GDS, rather than via other parties in Pakistan, India and UAE.

indiankanoon.org/doc/56225

Nov 30, 2007 ... Galileo International Inc. (the 'Appellant'), a resident of USA, is in the business of maintaining and operating the system for providing electronic global distribution services to airlines, hotels, tour and cab operators by connecting to travel agents ('the TAs') utilising a Computerised Reservation System ('CRS'), ...

skift.com/2017/08/07/channel-shock-the-future-of-travel-distribution

Aug 7, 2017 ... Skift spoke to executives at the world's largest travel distribution technology companies about how they are moving forward in the marketplace, along with ... Travelport got its start as United Airlines' Apollo and Galileo systems in the early 1970s, essentially a competitor of Sabre, and evolved over time into a ...

corsi.unibo.it/emt/documents/hedna%20final%20april%2030%202010.pdf

Ltd and The Covia Partnership signed a letter of intent to combine the two companies and create the world's first global distribution system (GDS) (Welcome np). 1992 – LeisureShopperâ is introduced on Apollo, the first CRS product with live availability, pricing and instant confirmation of tour packages, integrated with a ...

hostagencyreviews.com/what-is-gds

Aug 7, 2017 ... The four largest GDSs are: Amadeus, Sabre, Travelport (which is the parent company of Apollo/Galileo and Worldspan). Literally hundreds of airlines can be logged into a single GDS system, to which thousands upon thousands of travel agents globally have access. That's the win win situation of the GDS ...

www.tts.com/blog/why-is-gds-important-to-the-travel-industry

Mar 15, 2018 ... GDS links all those services across the three primary travel reservation sectors ( airline, hotel, and ground transportation, i.e., car rentals), and activities. There are three important GDS systems: Travelport (Galileo, Apollo, Worldspan), Amadeus and SABRE. ... The result of that collaboration? The first airline ...

www.myeres.com/GDS.php

GDS Travel Agent Systems, Internet Travel Systems. Sabre (US, CA, EU); Amadeus (AU, EU, SA, US); Apollo (US, CA); Galileo (AU, EU, NZ); Abacus ( South East Asia); WorldSpan (EU, US, Middle East); System One (US, Canada); Pegasus (Online Distribution). Travelocity (Sabre); Expedia (WorldSpan); TravelNow (Sabre) ...

www.travelport.com

Travelport (NYSE: TVPT) is a Travel Commerce Platform providing distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the travel and tourism industry.