Airlines have steadfastly resisted attempts to impose regulations that would force them to provide ancillary product and service information to GDSs. But if current trends continue, the issue may become moot: Nearly every agreement major carriers sign with GDS companies these days include provisions for the distribution of ancillary products and services. The latest is Travelport’s full-content agreement with Air France-KLM, which also covers HOP, a new subsidiary of Air France that aims to connect the regions of France with the rest of Europe. The agreement calls for ancillary products such as KLM’s Economy Comfort and Air France’s Seat Plus to be made available to Travelport subscribers. Get the full story at Travel Market Report