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Research and Markets: Optional Services: GDSs Play Catch-up, but will Airlines Play?

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Research and Markets: Optional Services: GDSs Play Catch-up, but will Airlines Play?

Research and Markets: Optional Services: GDSs Play Catch-up, but will Airlines Play?

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ace447/optional_services) has announced the addition of PhoCusWright's new publication "Optional Services: GDSs Play Catch-up, but will Airlines Play?" to their offering.

“Optional Services: GDSs Play Catch-up, but will Airlines Play?”

Many airlines around the world have adopted optional services as an important new revenue stream. Despite the seeming ubiquity of this product unbundling - from bag fees and premium seats to onboard meals and Wi-Fi, the party has just begun. Barring a major consumer backlash or governmental intervention, this is only the beginning of the optional services push. While bag fees have been the dominant revenue generator, carriers have been experimenting with and introducing all sorts of add-ons, with premium meals, sometimes pre-ordered, likely to be one of the next merchandising menu choices

Key Topics Covered Include:

  • Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt
  • The American (Airlines) Dream
  • Distributors Invest in Infrastructure
  • Technology Issue or Something More?
  • What Next?
  • Glossary

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ace447/optional_services

Business Wire

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