XX/1 Travel SDK provides a single standardized XML interface to all major Global Distribution Systems ("GDS"), such as Amadeus, Apollo, Axess, Galileo, Sabre and Worldspan. It uses structured interfaces of the GDS implementing most of the functionalities required to book air, car, hotel and more.

GDSAvailable Interfaces support of XX/1
Amadeus (1A)
  • Amadeus Webservices
  • APIv2 (deprecated by Amadeus) (Windows only)
Apollo (1V) / Galileo (1G)
  • Universal API (uAPI) for Apollo/Galileo
  • Apollo/Galileo Webservices
  • SUTA via XMLSelect (requires 3rd party software from Travelport which is available for Windows only)
Worldspan (1P) / Axess (1J)
  • Universal API (uAPI) for Worldspan/Axess
  • Worldspan DIR interface (requires VPN tunnel)
Sabre (1S) / Abacus (1B)
  • Sabre/Abacus Webservices
  • Sabre SDS via CCSAPI/NOFEP (requires VPN tunnel)

In addition to that a rising number of adapters to Central Reservation Systems (CRS) for Air, Car, Hotel, Rail have been integrated as well. This can be direct connects to airlines, car rental providers, hotel aggregators, rail providers and more.

You can find a complete overview of all supported travel data providers and which parts of the XX/1 Travel SDK XML message set they are supporting in the XML Messages & Provider section.

In order to operate the adapters for the different providers you must obtain a user license and provide connectivity credentials to each of the GDS/CRS.

Please see also for specific usage policies of the GDS/CRS.

 

 

Workflows

Workflows

Find typical XX/1 workflows for different travel related tasks (search, book, queue, ticket, manage) for the available travel domains (air, car, hotel, rail, events).

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FAQ for Travel Content

FAQ for Travel Content

Frequently asked questions about Travel related topics and how to handle XX/1 Travel message set.

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Version 1.7.3

Version 1.7.3

The newest version of the XX/1 Travel XML API. Find release notes, XML schemas and overview of supported providers and XML messages.

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Error handling

Error handling

Find explanation of error handling, lists of XX/1 error codes and different types of errors and how to handle them.

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