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As the card brands change their processes to attempt to reduce fraud, and to bring new payment offerings to their customers, the travel agency distribution channel needs to evolve, or the industry could see an increase in payment acceptance expense, chargebacks, and losses.

Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) is a business travel and meetings organization with operations on six continents. GBTA’s 9,000-plus members manage more than $345 billion of global business travel and meetings expenditures annually.

As the card brands change their processes to attempt to reduce fraud, and to bring new payment offerings to their customers, the travel agency distribution channel needs to evolve, or the industry could see an increase in payment acceptance expense, chargebacks, and losses.

The annual ASTA Global Convention is where the best of the best in the travel agency industry convene for three days of inspiration, education, and entertainment — guaranteed to leave attendees ready to boost their business.

Join the ARC revenue integrity team for our fifth annual fraud month. We will discuss current fraud trends and issues affecting the airlines’ and agents’ reputations. We will also tackle concerns about unauthorized ticketing via phishing emails, who is responsible & what best practices to apply.

With new payment types come new fraud challenges. This webinar will cover the current state of the industry, fraud issues airlines face and how they protect themselves and their customer’s accounts without increasing friction.

Paul van Alfen from Up in the Air and Mastercard’s Chiara Quaia discuss rethinking Travel Risk. They'll cover the scheme and acquirer perspective on what happened during the pandemic, what broke, & how we can fix it as a community to restore the much-needed balance in the travel payments ecosystem.

The Aviation Information Sharing and Analysis Center (A-ISAC) is uniquely positioned to facilitate and report fraud in the aviation industry.

IATA has reactivated the airline global fraud prevention task force intending to build an airline fraud prevention community to easily channel information, with the ambition to grow it into an open discussion forum for airline fraud prevention professionals.

Join us as we discuss fraud advancements and how ARC Risk Check, powered by Perseuss, reduces risks by using the combined intelligence of real, global travel data, digital footprints left by fraudsters and reports shared by a network of travel agents.

Panelists from Worldpay, Perseuss and ARC will discuss the fraud and chargeback trends experienced during the pandemic, its impact on the airline industry and travel agent community and new tools that our professional community has adopted to counter chargeback risks and ADMs.

The World Aviation Festival is for the leaders of the world’s airlines, airports and their most senior executives in charge of the latest tech and strategies that are driving the industry forward.

The game of modern retailing is ever-changing. At ATPCO’s annual conference, they’re bringing together the players who are transforming offer creation, distribution, presentation, servicing, and settlement.

IATA Digital, Data and Retailing Symposium is held in AsiaWorld-Expo & Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre Hong Kong on 27 to 29 September 2022 showing the companies news of Hong Kong S.A.R., China and internationals related to sectors Airlines, Air transport

Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) is a business travel and meetings organization with operations on six continents. GBTA’s 9,000-plus members manage more than $345 billion of global business travel and meetings expenditures annually.

On-Demand Webinars

Join Simone Davis, TSA Director REAL ID, to hear updates on REAL ID requirements scheduled to take effect May 3, 2023.

Join ARC’s Legal and Compliance teams to learn why customer due diligence is important.

One old scheme that has returned is sending phishing emails to agents, deceiving them into unknowingly giving up their GDS login credentials via an embedded link controlled by criminals. With this login information, the criminals can remotely access the GDS to issue tickets for their own customers.

As part of their credit risk-related contract terms, airlines and OTAs need to regularly report their air traffic liability (ATL) numbers to their acquirers, including information on open bookings, flown bookings, vouchers, refunds and chargebacks.

Watch this information session where Tony Ashe from WorldPay will take you through trends and provide insight into global markets.

During this webinar, ARC’s Revenue Integrity and Fraud teams will discuss fraud trends post-COVID-19. They will also talk about what they are doing to assist the travel community for airlines and agents in the fight against fraud.

The payments industry is constantly evolving, but over the last year there has been unprecedented acceleration in change.

As part of their credit risk related contract terms, airlines and OTAs need to regularly report their air traffic liability (ATL) numbers to their acquirers, including information on open bookings, flown bookings, vouchers, refunds and chargebacks.

Join our panel of experts as they discuss what omnichannel data is, traditional management methods, and the revolutionary techniques for fully managing bookings from all possible sources that result in greater transparency, traveler productivity and much more.