Galileo International
3.3 of 5 3 reviews Langley, United Kingdom 1000 to 5000 Employees
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Travel & Tourism
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Galileo International's computerized reservation systems (CRS) serves wanderlust-driven travelers -- and people on business trips. It operates the second-largest CRS for the travel industry (Sabre is #1). Its Apollo (used in North America and Japan) and Galileo (the rest of the world) systems allow travel agents to make clients' reservations with nearly 425 airlines, about 20 car rental agencies, and about 250 major hotel chains. Overall, Galileo owns some 50,000 terminals in almost 130 countries. The company is a unit of travel services conglomerate Travelport. Along with...More

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