BA cost cuts continue

Skidmore, Jeremy
March 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;3/16/2007, Issue 41, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the initiative of British Airways (BA) PLC to reduce commission cost of travel agents and global distribution systems (GDS) in Great Britain. The company will pay three pounds to several travel agents for every booked flight and through GDSs. Negotiation agreement between BA and GDSs was passed at the end of February 2007.


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