|Quoting Udo (Reply 1):|
Amadeus has become big a piece of crap...
Calm down Udo - what's shown on Amadeus.net is, for commercial reasons, significantly LESS than what is available on the commercial system. The timetables shown on Amadeus.net (for FREE) are only those carriers that provide their schedules direct to Amadeus, rather than via 3rd party distributors (who offer similiarly services to Amadeus.net, but for which they charge fees). So if you really hate Amadeus.net, go pay OAG.com their 20 bucks a month fees, and be happy.
|Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 3):|
If so, then it could well be that they simply decided to stop being on such systems, in which case it might not be Amadeus's fault at all.
It is not Amadeus' fault at all. The 750 airlines that provide schedules to Amadeus, and the 450 bookable in Amadeus, are all still here, don't worry. They just cannot all be shown on Amadeus.net for commercial reasons, very much not in Amadeus' control. So AA
and all the others are very much saleable in 1A to travel agents and airline offices (over 200,000 locations), just not to freeloaders on the web
. We work all the time on getting carriers to provide schedules direct to Amadeus, as this method is more accurate (updates are sent real time, rather than in a weekly update), and any that implement this method should become available on Amadeus.net in due course.
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