Travelport next month will embark on "a phased roll-out" to enable travel agency sales of KLM's Economy Comfort premium economy seat - Business Travel News

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April 04, 2012 - 11:20 AM ET

Travelport next month will embark on "a phased roll-out" to enable travel agency sales of KLM's Economy Comfort premium economy seat using electronic miscellaneous document standards. Currently in testing, a Netherlands-based travel agency recently issued the first EMD for Economy Comfort in conjunction with KLM and Travelport, according to the GDS operator.

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