How to integrate the Amadeus API with my travel website? Are there any project examples?

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anonymous

asked Nov 1, 2018

 
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answered Nov 1, 2018

Amadeus has two API packages: Web Services and Travel Innovation Sandbox. The former is created for students or startups, as an exploration stage before the actual production. Amadeus Web Services also has two sets of APIs: Self-Service and Enterprise.

Self-Service is also a testing-only environment, but the production usage promises to be available soon. To try it out, review Amadeus’ catalog of REST/JSON APIs and then create an account in the Developers portal. In your personal profile, you will automatically get an API key that allows you to start testing APIs right away.
Enterprise APIs require requesting an access. The approval takes longer to receive, but you will get access to the full Amadeus API catalog. You can read about each API in the Enterprise stack here.

As for examples, see Aladdin Travel – a travel management company that uses Amadeus GDS to organize corporate and student travel. There’s also Titan Travel that specializes in escorted and solo tours. It switched to Amadeus exclusively after unsuccessfully trying to handle Galileo systems also.

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answered Jan 22, 2019

Thanks a lot for your descriptions. What are the conditions for get access to enterprise API? Where I can find a sample of contract for access to Enterprise API services?
 
Best regards

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Hi Mahdi,

Enterprise APIs are currently in beta and Amadeus doesn’t disclose its conditions for granting access to them. So, the only way to know is to contact them directly.
We would recommend you to try Self-Service APIs as the program will give you quick access to production and the functionality pool is wide.

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