Link Travel Group, Qantas to drive new technologies

Parties cement commercial relationship, commitment to NDC

Link Travel Group’s management team and Qantas recently met in Sydney to cement their commercial relationship and commitment to NDC.

Both parties presented their vision and future plans and made a pact to work closely in driving new technologies.

Since Link’s inception in 2022, the business has been at the forefront of driving new technologies and all their invited members share the same vision to push the envelope and challenge the status quo.

“All Link members understand the importance of adapting to and adopting new technologies such as NDC and in addition to their preferred GDS partner, they all have access to the TP Connects NDC solution,” said Scott Darlow, General Manager of Link Travel Group.

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“TP Connects is just one of many products in the ecosystem that invited Link members, current and future, have access to which will help their businesses thrive as well as ensuring their clients get access to the best offers in market.”

“Qantas are entering an exciting period in their history in terms of fleet upgrade and expansion, network expansion and technology development, and we are delighted to be partnering with them side by side as they embark on these journeys,” Darlow added.

Pictured at the Qantas Mascot Head Office from left are: Stephen Thompson, Executive Manager, Qantas; Anthony Goldman, Link Director; Scott Darlow, Link General Manager; Danielle Galloway, Link Chairwoman; Penny Spencer Link Director; Norhan Youssef, National Account Manager, Qantas and Peter Ross, Senior National Account Manager, Qantas.

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