The classic way to connect to our platform, connect to our Travelport Galileo,
Travelport Apollo and Travelport Worldspan core systems.
You'll find all the content you need on Travelport Apollo, Travelport Galileo, and Travelport Worldspan in our resource websites, including:Visit the Resource Center
Pre-built Web Services to transfer data between client travel applications and the Travelport Apollo and Travelport Galileo GDS.View resources »
A standardized environment to create an interface to the Travelport Apollo or Travelport Galileo GDS via dedicated line or VPN connection.View resources »
An EDIFACT based API allowing travel companies and developers to connect their application to the Travelport Galileo GDS.View resources »
Tips, tools, and options for agent- to developer-level customizations of Travelport Galileo Desktop.View resources »
Enables easy migration of fares from one data source to another for integration into a single display.View resources »
Multi-sessioned Travelport Galileo and Travelport Apollo XML transactions via the customer's GUI or Travelport Galileo Desktop (with Customization).View resources »
Travelport Worldspan XML Pro is a key messaging platform for travel companies and developers who want to interface their unique travel applications with the Travelport Worldspan GDS.View resources »
A versatile data-exchange tool that provides customers with the ability to send and receive structured data to and from the Travelport Worldspan GDS.View resources »
The Travelport Universal Messaging API solution has been replaced by a more advanced solution.Learn about Travelport Universal API »
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