Sabre Aims to Ease Airport Commute

US Helicopter Corporation has signed a multi-year agreement with Sabre Travel Network, making US Helicopter's published fares and inventory available to subscribers of Sabre's global distribution system. This agreement facilitates booking for travel to the heliports in New York City. Sabre Travel Network will provide US Helicopter and their partner airlines--Delta Air Lines at JFK International Airport and Continental Airlines at Newark Liberty International Airport--with Interline Electronic Ticketing capabilities, allowing for US Helicopter's eight-minute airport shuttle service to be booked through the Sabre system in conjunction with air travel arrangements. Concerning the agreement, Hugh Jones, chief operating officer of Sabre Travel Network stated, "We see this as a great benefit to high-end leisure travelers and especially to corporate travelers, the corporations they work for, and the agencies that manage their travel arrangements." He adds, "For the corporate traveler, it means saving time when the overall day of travel has typically gotten a bit longer due to increased security requirements. For the corporation, it means integrated traveler policies even in the case of VIP travel, and for the agencies, it provides additional customer service and a streamlined process for providing this service." Visit [].

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