Korean Air and Amadeus announced that they signed a "full-content agreement" - Business Travel News

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December 11, 2012 - 11:15 AM ET

Korean Air and Amadeus announced that they signed a "full-content agreement" through which Amadeus subscribers worldwide can access all the carrier's fares, schedule information and inventory. According to Amadeus, Korean Air in 2014 also intends to transition to the Amadeus Altéa technology, including reservations, inventory and departure control systems.

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