- Sabre Travel Network makes use of the Sabre global distribution system (GDS) to sell airline trips, hotel stays, car rentals, cruises, and tour packages through travel agencies and online travel agencies (OTAs).
- Sabre Airline Solutions provides software and services to airlines and other travel providers.
- Travelocity is Sabre's own online agency, selling travel products direct to travellers.
- Sabre Hospitality Solutions provides a reservations system, marketing and distribution software, and Internet marketing and e-business solutions to hoteliers.
Other key Sabre Holdings brands include the following:
- Sabre Hotel RFP (formerly BidStork)
- holiday autos
- Travelocity Business
- World Choice Travel
- Flight Explorer
- f:wz flugwerkzeuge
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