REST APIs

Infuse travel into your applications with Sabre REST APIs

Power your applications with the growing collection of REST APIs in Sabre® Dev Studio. Our APIs are powered by technology and infrastructure that's mobile-friendly and scalable to meet your customer demand.

Now you can incorporate new shopping and intelligence capabilities like never before. Integrate a six-month calendar shopping capability into your application or shop across hundreds of alternate airports by budget or theme. Forecast the future with our intelligence services — show your users everything from the crowds at a destination, to whether or not the time is good to book travel.

Help your travelers decide

  • When are the best dates to travel to my destination?
  • Want to go somewhere but not sure where?
  • Want to know where you can fly and when within your budget?
  • Is this a good price relative to what others have purchased lately?
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The InstaFlights Search API retrieves round-trip flight itineraries with published fares and fare breakdowns available from the Sabre® cache for a certain origin, destination, and round-trip travel dates. The origins and destinations are airport codes. Go to documentation

The Lead Price Calendar API retrieves a then current nonstop lead fare and overall lead fare available on future calendar dates for a specific origin, destination, and lengths of stay from the Sabre® cache. (A lead fare is the then current lowest published fare available from the Sabre cache for an origin, destination, and round-trip date combination.) Go to documentation

The Destination Finder API retrieves a then current nonstop lead fare and an overall lead fare available to destinations from a specific origin on round-trip travel dates from the Sabre® cache. (A lead fare is the then current lowest published fare available via the Sabre cache for an origin, destination, and round-trip date combination.) Go to documentation

Bargain Finder Max (BFM), our best-in-class low fare search product, is used to search for the lowest available priced itineraries based upon a travel date. A wide range of user-specified criteria can be applied to the search. Go to documentation

Bargain Finder Max Alternate Date service is used to search for the lowest available priced itineraries based upon +/-1 or +/-3 alternate dates. A wide range of user-specified criteria can be applied to the search. Go to documentation

The Advanced Calendar Search API retrieves up to 200 roundtrip flight itineraries with published fares available from the Sabre cache for a specific origin, destination, and length of stay across a large set or range of travel dates. The API returns and sorts these itineraries by fare in ascending order, from lowest to highest. Go to documentation

The Low Fare Forecast API forecasts the price range into which the lowest published fare that is available via the Sabre® GDS is predicted to fall within the next 7 days, for a specific origin and destination on specific round-trip travel dates. (The predicted high and low price range is called the fare range.) Go to documentation

The Fare Range API returns the median, highest, and lowest published fares that were ticketed via the Sabre® GDS during the previous 4 weeks for each of the future departure dates in a range, using the specific origin, destination, and length of stay in the request. Go to documentation

The Travel Seasonality API rates weekly traffic volumes to certain destination airports. The API looks up the traffic volume booked via the Sabre® GDS to the requested destination airport for each of the previous 52 weeks. It compares the booked traffic for each week to each of the other previous 51 weeks, and rates each week. Go to documentation

The Top Destinations API retrieves top booked leisure destinations from a given origin and returns them in ascending rank order. The API looks up the traffic volume booked via the Sabre® GDS to the top destinations for the previous 2 weeks. It returns up to 50 results per origin by rank — rank one is most popular; whereas, rank 50 is least popular. Go to documentation

Point of Sale Country Code Lookup is a supplemental API that retrieves a list of supported point of sale country codes and associated country names. Go to documentation

The Travel Seasonality Airports Lookup supplemental API retrieves airports that we support as a destination airport. You can pass any of these destination airports in a Travel Seasonality API request.  Go to documentation

The Countries Lookup API retrieves a list of origin and destination countries. These countries can be used as a filter in applicable REST APIs. This API is point of sale specific (each point of sale supports a unique list of origin and destination countries). Go to documentation

The City Pairs Lookup supplemental API retrieves city pairs that we support as a combination of origin and destination airport codes. You can pass any of these origin and destination airport city pairs in our air shopping and intelligence REST APIs, provided that the APIs support the locations. For example, this API retrieves the SJU-MIA city pair (San Juan International Airport in Puerto Rico to Miami International Airport in the U.S.). Because most of our REST APIs support origins in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, you can pass this city pair in most of our API requests. Go to documentation

The Travel Theme Lookup API retrieves a list of themes. A theme is similar to a travel category, and is based on geography, points of interest, and recreational activities, such as beaches, national parks, or skiing. If you want to use the Destination Finder API to shop for lead fares to destinations that are based on a theme, you must include one of the themes that Travel Theme Lookup returns. (Travel Theme Lookup is a supplemental API.) Go to documentation

The Theme Airport Lookup API retrieves a list of destination airport codes that are associated with the theme in the request. A theme is similar to a travel category, and is based on geography, points of interest, or recreational activities, such as beaches, national parks, or skiing. Go to Documentation

The Multi-Airport City Lookup supplemental API retrieves a list of multi-airport city codes, called MAC codes. A multi-airport city, or MAC, is a city that is served by multiple major airports. You can use these MAC codes in an Airports at Cities Lookup API request to retrieve airports that are associated with the MAC code. Go to documentation

The Airports at Cities Lookup supplemental API retrieves our list of major airport codes that are associated with a single multi-airport city code (also called a MAC code) in the request. A multi-airport city, or MAC, is a city that is served by multiple major airports. For example, when your request provides the CHI MAC code, the API retrieves a list of airport codes that we associate with Chicago. Go to documentation

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