Go beyond the standard of NDC with Sabre
NDC is a key component of our strategic vision to create a new marketplace for personalized travel. Our position as both an aggregator and an airline IT provider allows us to deliver retailing solutions across the end-to-end customer journey, from offer creation all the way to fulfillment. Whether you define scalability in terms of thousands, millions or billions, our capabilities and points of sale–from Offer Order APIs to Sabre Red 360 and GetThere–ensure a consistent distribution experience, regardless of channel.
NDC for Airlines
Optimize your pricing and product differentiation strategies, increase speed to market and ensure the right product is offered to the right customer at the right time.
NDC for Travel Retailers
Whether you’re a leisure agency, TMC, OTA or OBT, deliver high-value, personalized offers through innovative merchandising capabilities.
NDC for Corporations
Maximize the value of your travel program, manage complexity and ensure cost efficiency while meeting your traveler’s experience expectations.
Explore Beyond NDC
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May 19, 2022
As you’ve probably gathered by now, IATA’s vision for a future based on an offer and order model is coming—and we’re all in. We’ve previously outlined that this future model will bring about a streamlining of…
April 13, 2022
In part one of our new series, we examined how transitioning to an offer and order model would greatly enhance the traveler experience by addressing key pain points. Now, we turn our attention to airlines, exploring…
March 24, 2022
Sabre is forging ahead in its ambition to modernize travel industry standards and accelerate retailing transformation, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with IATA in a shared vision for the future. Over the coming weeks, we will lead you step-by-step…
February 16, 2022
Creating a more robust marketplace for personalized travel requires innovation across the three domains of retailing, distribution and fulfillment. Part of that innovation involves leaning into a technical and operational model based on Offers and Orders….