NuTravel claimed industry firsts by incorporating American Airlines' new branded fares into the latest release of its corporate booking tool - Business Travel News

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February 13, 2013 - 11:45 AM ET

NuTravel claimed industry firsts by incorporating American Airlines' new branded fares into the latest release of its corporate booking tool and allowing for modifications to Air Canada Flight Pass reservations. The enhancements to the newest version of the nuTravel Enterprise Solution "equip travelers with the ability to complete travel reservation options that previously required a phone call to their respective travel management companies," according to nuTravel. In the case of AA's branded fares, the nuTravel tool displays options "in a user-friendly pricing matrix." The airline previously acknowledged that Choice Essential and Choice Plus were not available via corporate online booking systems. For Air Canada Flight Pass reservations "previously booked through the Enterprise ac2u [application programming interface connection," nuTravel's system calculates any additional fees "and seamlessly executes the exchange online with a few simple clicks," according to nuTravel.

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