Travelport launches new flight search tool

Search Control Console lets users customise search in real time

Travelport has unveiled its latest flight search innovation. The Search Control Console is a tool to customise search in real time.

The application allows agencies to “fine tune the relevancy of search results to their travellers’ needs”, the GDS explains.

For example, agents can use the application to exclude transit airports they believe offer poor customer standards. They can also cut out a connection point for a set time period if the area has been affected by a volcanic ash cloud or another natural disaster.

The Search Control Console removes the burden of time-consuming “intelligence coding” and the need to continually send instructions to frontline sales staff.

Agencies can also use search modifiers to help meet airline sales targets.

TravelMole / TravelDailyNews


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