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Win a GoQuo flight booking engine worth £10K

Travel Weekly and travelweekly.co.uk have teamed up with technology provider GoQuo to offer one lucky winner the chance to win a flight booking engine worth £10,000.

GoQuo is offering agents the chance to win its popular GQAgent flight booking engine. It helps small-to-medium size travel agents make the most of their online presence. The prize includes full site design, integration with a preferred GDS, and implementation.

About GQAgent

Through GQAgent, agents can access an ever-growing airline inventory provided by a range of flight consolidators as well as GDS airline content which means agents can offer online customers the maximum flight choice, as well as secure, simple and fast booking.

No matter which GDS you currently use, be it Abacus, Amadeus, Galileo, Sabre or Worldspan, GQAgent is fully integrated with every major GDS supplier. And even if you wish to change GDS in the future, there are no charges from GoQuo and the migration is effected without interruption to your business.

GQAgent can subsequently be upgraded to GoQuo’s GQConsol, which can handle complex fare classes by giving the travel business the flexibility to load its own contract rates.

This can be further enhanced by adding the dynamic packaging functionality of GQDynamic, which adds hotel and car booking modules to create tailor-made packages. Added to this, the booking engine can be visually integrated into your current website, giving your customer a seamless online experience.

Furthermore, unlike some providers, with GQAgent, you maintain ownership of every segment you book, enabling you to maximise revenue from your GDS agreements.

Fare management is also so much simpler with this booking engine. It enables fares to be negotiated in real time and offers current net and published fares.

But the system doesn’t stop there – it can also cost the most complex multi-hub itineraries as well as single journeys. You will also find its instant fare loader feature can manage the most complicated fare contracts and the constantly updated databases allow real time changes to be made, and give the ability to both suspend and remove fares.

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