Sabre Travel Network

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Sabre Travel Network
Type Subsidiary
Industry Travel Technology
Founded 1960
Headquarters Southlake, Texas
Key people Greg Webb, President
Products Sabre, GetThere corporate booking tool, Sabre Red agency solution
Employees N/A

Sabre Travel Network (STN) is a travel technology company, serving travel agencies and corporations. It is a division of Sabre Holdings. Sabre Travel Network began when the Sabre computer reservations system, also known as a Global Distribution System (GDS) was installed in Briarcliff Manor, New York in 1960. It began as the reservations system for American Airlines. Its parent company, Sabre Holdings, spun off from American as The Sabre Group on March 15, 2000. Today, Sabre Travel Network software connects more than 370,000 travel professionals to more than 400 airlines, 100,000 hotels, 25 car rental brands, 50 rail providers, 13 cruise lines and other global travel suppliers. More than 300 million people purchase airline tickets through this channel annually.

Sabre Travel Network brands:

  • GetThere is a corporate travel reservation system.
  • Sabre Red is an agency workspace solution.

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