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Generally, a WAB is all you need to be able to use most of the system. However, a HAP is necessary in cases when you wish to use certain features like importing users from GDS, synchronising user profiles with GDS and importing Corporate GDS profiles which still run on GWS (Galileo Web Services).
Unless you enable auto-ticketing functionality and define its rules, it is disabled by default and you need to issue every ticket manually.
One-way faring is being prepared as a general solution accommodating the vast majority of customers. We do not cosider implementing AU-NZ One-way faring (a Galileo feature) at the moment.
Yes. The system offers a single-level approval process.
Yes, it is.
No, there is no such limit, neither is there a cap on the number of corporations.
It creates one PNR with all passengers included.
Yes, you can set up a service fee and/or a mark up.
Not at the moment. We are able to provide customised reports. It depends on what you need to be reported (traveller info, destinations, expenses...). It is very individual. It can be done for example on weekly or monthly basis…. And also, in different formats.
Yes, the multi-PCC feature is available.
For now, we have included English, Czech and Slovak.
We are able to integrate more languages for travel interface (booking, trip overview.) The console and administration is in English only. We can upload a text storage, and there are two options: free – local Travelport team will help with the translation (preferred – person from industry), or paid – done by a professional translator.
Yes, as a white label solution, we are able to incorporate company / agency branding such as a logo or colours.
Technically it is possible. What needs to be taken into consideration is a strong business case behind such a request.
Yes, we just need to get credentials and it is done.
Only Galileo / BSP.
Hotel content will be powered by the GDS - Galileo. More suppliers will be added in the future.
Car rentals from Galileo are on the roadmap.
It is not planned as it is more a leisure feature.
No, TripGate works exclusively for Travelport / Galileo customers.