Bookings in all other regions are up. The company said that the decline was due to “industry decline and the loss of share at some European mid-size online travel agencies”. Sabre saw its Asia Pacific bookings jump by 23.5%, helped no doubt by winning the Flight Centre Australia and New Zealand business (Amadeus has the contract for Asia). Bookings in Europe and North America were up by 5%. Latin America was the only region that saw a decline. Travelport, meanwhile, saw an increase of 7% in segments in Europe at the same time as seeing an 8% decline in Asia Pacific, thanks to the Flight Centre loss. Reported segments on a global basis were generally flat year on year but despite that the company announced a 9% increase in international revenue from its travel commerce platform. Get the full story at Business Travel iQ