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Plan air travel with an advanced shopping tool displaying a summary of all flight travel options. Cannot purchase tickets online at this time. North America flights only.

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Starting in the 1990s, Cambridge’s ITA Software developed a standardized way for booking plane tickets across different airlines and ended up getting acquired by Google for $700 million. Woburn’s SilverRail is aiming to bring a similar technology approach to the rail industry — and has now raised a $40 million Series C round to support... Read more
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Singapore to power Oman’s digital services
At the signing of the agreement between IDA International, ITA and the Oman Ministry of Manpower (from left): Masagos Zulkifli, Senior Minister of State, Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs and Foreign Affairs (Witness); Tan Lark Yang, Group Director, IDA International (Signatory); His Excellency Hamad bin Khamis Al Amri, Undersecretary of the Oman Ministry of Manpower (Signatory); and, Dr Salim ...