ARC’s Airline Customers Swell to Record 240 in First Half 2019

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first_imgARLINGTON, Va. – July 10, 2019 – Airlines Reporting Corp. (ARC) is pleased to announce it added 11 new airline customers during the first half of 2019, achieving a record total of 240. During the same period, the company accredited 33 new travel agencies bringing its total to 6,345 agencies with 12,011 retail locations. “It’s gratifying to see our airline customers grow so briskly in 2019,” said Gena Crowe, ARC’s senior airline participation program manager. “In an industry that’s keenly competitive and continually changing, airlines continue to see value in the services ARC provides by benefitting from the distribution power of thousands of travel sellers within the U.S. We look forward to continued airline growth in the year’s second half.” New airline customers include: Luxair (Luxembourg) Loganair (Scotland) Ellinair (Greece) Samoa Airways (Samoa) Paranair (Paraguay) New agency customers include: App in the Air (Washington) Atlantic4you (Massachusetts) Ponant USA LLC (New York) Roboair Inc. (California) SalesTrip Inc. (Washington)  About ARC:An industry leader in air travel distribution and intelligence, ARC settled $94.8 billion in ticket transactions in 2018 between airlines and travel agencies, representing more than 295 million passenger trips. ARC provides flexible distribution solutions, innovative technology and access to the world’s most comprehensive air ticket transaction data, helping the global air travel community connect, grow and thrive. For more information, please visit www.arccorp.com.last_img read more


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President Mahinda Rajapaksa has ruled out holding discussions with university lecturers until they suspend their strike action.Speaking to newspaper editors at a meeting today the President also charged that most of the demands put forward by the lecturers have been politically motivated. The President further noted that the government will not be able to meet the demands by the university lecturer for higher salaries as the budget for 2012 is to be presented in November. University lecturers have been agitating for several months over salary anomalies and other issues. The government had decided yesterday to open universities which had been closed during the strike but the lecturers said they will not return to work. (Colombo Gazette)