Low-cost airline Norwegian signed a multi-year distribution agreement with Sabre. - Business Travel News

Share this page

Business Travel Supplier Directory

Text size: A A A
Tags: Norway, Sabre


February 01, 2013 - 09:30 AM ET

Low-cost airline Norwegian signed a multi-year distribution agreement with Sabre. As part of the deal, Sabre-connected travel agencies "will be able to shop for and book tickets that include ancillary services offered by the carrier, including on-board meals and up to two checked bags," according to the companies. The airline added that the Sabre agreement "is part of Norwegian's long-term growth strategy that includes entry in to the North American marketplace." Norwegian currently serves 127 destinations, primarily in Europe.

This page is protected by Copyright laws. Do Not Copy. Purchase Reprint

Leave your comment:


blog comments powered by Disqus
Related NewsLog
The Lufthansa Group is in “advanced talks" with technology providers to "implement direct connect solutions,"... read more »
Travelport acquired TraviAustria,... read more »
Sabre’s GetThere corporate booking tool now allows travelers to book Economy Plus seats, which offer extra legroom, on United Airlines.... read more »
Sabre is working with Routehappy to integrate flight-specific data into Sabre Red Workspace.... read more »
Deem announced that BCD Travel signed a distribution agreement for Deem Car Service,... read more »
Air Canada and Amadeus reached a new multiyear agreement... read more »
Azul Brazilian Airlines signed a distribution agreement with Sabre.... read more »
Travel Leaders Group named Ninan Chacko CEO to replace Barry Liben, whom the company appointed president and CEO of its Tzell Travel Group.... read more »
Sabre named Sean Menke executive vice president of Sabre and president of Sabre Travel Network, replacing Greg Webb,... read more »
Travel management company Altour joined the Radius network,... read more »
As Lufthansa’s €16 distribution surcharge went into effect on Tuesday, the Global Business Travel Association reiterated its objection... read more »