The high value and big impact on revenue of airline ancillary products continues to be a key driver for global carriers and now, more than ever, many global airlines are embracing the value travel agents and travel marketplaces like Sabre bring to the table.

Just this week Sabre announced El Al has begun selling a number of ancillary products via Sabre. They join a growing list of airlines around the world looking to Sabre to help maximize sales of their products and services.

Travel Weekly takes a closer look at the role of travel agencies and global distribution systems in growing world of airline ancillaries and whether agents should be compensated for helping sell airline ancillaries.

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