The idea behind this guide is simple.
So far, you've acquired the building blocks and the tools required to put them together. This guide is meant to be your instruction manual - it will serve as an easy reference point and will guide you from start to finish.
Above all else, it's meant to be a hub for information - you'll notice there are many links in the guide below, all of which are housed in Dev Studio.
Getting Started in Travel
Are you new to the travel industry, unsure how it all works, and if Sabre is right for you? Use this page as an overview of the industry, how Sabre fits in, and what you can do next.
Convinced that you want in, but unsure what to do next? This page is a quick-start guide that'll show you how to get a token, allow you to play with our sample code, and - if not already done - create a Dev Studio account. There, you will also find a link to the Onboarding Checklist, a companion to the Quickstart Checklist.
Sabre Work Area
So far, so good! You've gotten through the checklists, acquired your session token, and are ready to dive deeper into the world of Sabre's APIs. This page is an introduction to Sabre work area that explains what it is, how to use it, and some common use cases.
Common Terms & Glossary
This is a glossary that contains a list of words and terms frequently used by airlines, the travel industry, and Sabre.
Note: Bookmark this page to always have it available and at hand in case you need to check the meaning of something!
A Passenger Name Record (PNR) is the basic building block of almost any Sabre API call, so it's no wonder that we have an entire page dedicated to it! Go here for a handy introduction to the world of PNRs.
Password Management for Sabre APIs
Security is important to both you and Sabre - this is a guide on managing Sabre passwords, be they temporary or permanent.
Common schema resources & User Guide document page
Please follow the link above to find all resources that are common for every service in Customer Insight, these include flattened schema, control files, exception messages, and technical user guides.
Last but not least, we have a FAQ that answers questions about acquiring & managing tokens, as well as others.
We're happy to help with any questions you may have - visit our Stack Overflow channel, or get in direct Contact with us.