Ryanair has agreed to sell its fares via distribution and e-commerce provider Travelport, marking an end to its tough anti-global distribution system (GDS) policy. The deal forms another step in Ryanair’s drive to become more consumer friendly and means business travelers can now book via Travelport-connected travel agents. Ryanair, which has fiercely opposed middle men in the past, is expecting to carry over 81.5 million passengers this year. “More than 22% of these customers ...

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