Published on Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Clarity reaches GDS surcharge deal with Air France-KLM

Travel management company Clarity has reached an agreement with Air France-KLM so its customers can avoid paying the airlines' distribution content surcharge on fares.

The Manchester-based TMC has worked with its GDS providers and the airline carriers to continue to provide fares without the surcharge which came into force this month.

Clarity chief executive Pat McDonagh said: "Our agreement forms part of a wider commitment to work with airlines to develop New Distribution Capability (NDC) connectivity which will enhance the booking and traveller experience."

Portman Travel Group-owned Clarity is the UK's eighth biggest TMC with a turnover of £430 million and more than 500 staff at its offices in the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands.

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