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1. Ancillary Revenue Reported by Airlines Grew to 15.11 billion in 2010
In 2007, only 23 airlines worldwide disclosed ancillary revenue activity - a modest result of 1.72 billion ($2.45 billion). The world has changed dramatically in four years with 47 carriers disclosing 2010 ancillary revenue activity of 15.11 billion ($21.46 billion). This represents ancillary revenue growth of 38% over 2009 and 96% since 2008. The amount listed by 47 carriers com
2. Amadeus Rolls out Ancillary Services Initiatives
Amadeus Rolls out Ancillary Services Initiatives. Corsairfly has started to pilot Amadeus Ancillary Services, which will enable the airline to sell ancillary services on its website and via travel agencies. Additionally, on 1 June, Amadeus implemented Electronic Miscellaneous Document Server (EMD Server) for Finnair. This solution enables airlines to issue, store, manage and distri
3. KLM Implements Amadeus Ancillary Services
KLM has implemented Amadeus Ancillary Services (AAS) in The Netherlands. Through AAS, KLM is now able to offer travel agencies the option to book Economy Comfort seats, expanding the access to its content of ancillary products and services. Amadeus Airline Ancillary Services is an end-to-end solution which enables airlines to distribute (display, book, price and pay) services acros
4. Airlines and Ancillary Services Revenue
Airlines and Ancillary Services Revenue. The top ancillary revenue category cited by Asian airlines in the Abacus survey was the selling of travel insurance. Other key strategies cited included onboard advertising, premium seat assignments, branded fares adoption, advanced seat assignments, paying for the first checked bag and lounge access.
5. Iberia Implements Amadeus Ancillary Services Solution
Iberia, one of Spains largest air transport groups, has adopted Amadeus Ancillary Services to distribute its ancillary programme to travel agencies. The solution is launching in Spain where travel agents can now offer advanced seat selection to their customers.
6. Growing Support for Ancillary Revenue Standards
Growing Support for Standards to Enable Shopping, Sale of Ancillary Products across Distribution Channels. Some of the industrys leading travel management companies, online agencies, and global distribution systems (GDSs) have confirmed their support for plans to implement recently developed, industry-wide technology standards which enable shopping, booking, payment, and reporting
7. Travelport Survey Reveals Travel Agency Views of Ancillary Services
Travelport has unveiled findings from a global airline merchandising survey which shows strong support amongst travel agencies to assist airlines in selling ancillary services through the GDS. The survey also highlights the challenges travel agents face in the selling of these services, amid their own pressures to grow revenues, reduce costs and increase productivity.
8. Tigerair to Distribute Fares and Ancillary Content to Travelport-Connected Travel Agents
Singapores Tigerair has entered into a new distribution partnership with Travelport that will see Tigerair make its fares and ancillary content available to Travelport-connected travel agents globally. As part of the agreement, Tigerair will also adopt the GDS providers aggregated shopping technology, a key component of the Travelport Merchandising Platform.

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