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Serko releases airline search webtool


Gullivers Online & SERKO® Technology Solutions has released it’s airline web search tool, SERKO® Web Direct.

SERKO® Web Direct is the latest in the award winning SERKO® product range and is available to all businesses in the travel industry.

The new web product searches airline web sites and the GDS to provide the best New Zealand and Australian domestic airfare comparisons. SERKO® Web Direct accesses Qantas Red e-Deals, Virgin Blue, Air New Zealand, Origin Pacific the GDS simultaneously, to return a comprehensive fare display in around 35 seconds.

The system totals sector fares where applicable to one way or return fare selections, and then opens the appropriate airline web site with the chosen flights pre-selected ready for booking.

Stage two development of the application will see a broadening of web site searches such as hotel web sites for room rates snd full integration with Serko® Corporate and Retail products and the multi – Microsoft® award winning Serko® Online corporate booking tool.

Serko® Web Direct is being released in New Zealand and Australia with other international markets coming on board in the new year.


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