We now include information about carbon emissions with every offer returned from the API 💚
We now include information about carbon emissions with every offer returned from the API.
We've sped up our search when many thousands of offers are returned
We've improved the performance of our search functionality, shaving a few seconds off of the response time for cases with many offers.
We're live with the Lufthansa Group airlines 🇦🇹🇧🇪🇩🇪🇨🇭
You can now access content from the Austrian, Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa and Swiss through Duffel.
We've improved our validations when you create an order
When you create an order, we want to do as much as possible to check for any errors on our side (for example missing or invalid data) before we send the details over to the airline.
You can now search and make bookings with Iberia 🇪🇸
To get access to Iberia flights, drop our support team a line at email@example.com.
You can now search and make bookings with WestJet 🇨🇦
Get in touch with our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org to enable WestJet on your account.
We now return the correct cabin class on British Airways offers
Historically, we've used the "booking class" (e.g. U) on offers returned by British Airways to work out the cabin class (e.g. economy), which we've found doesn't work very well. Moving forward we'll now work out the cabin class using the class name, which is more reliable.
We've fixed creating orders involving American Airlines and United's "regional carriers"
When creating an order involving American Airlines and United's "regional carriers" (for example 'Mesa Airlines dba United Express or SkyWest Airlines as American Eagle'), we'd often create the booking with the airline but return a '500 Internal Server Error' anyway. This is now fixed.
You can now search and make bookings with Vueling and LEVEL 🇪🇺
To get access to flights from Vueling and LEVEL, get in touch with our support team at email@example.com and we'll do the rest.
We now give you the information about flights' operating carriers needed to be compliant with international rules
Many countries' laws require companies selling flights to always disclose the full name of the operating carrier of flights they're selling, not just the marketing carrier.
We take care of this in our API. On offers and orders, we will return an operating carrier object on each of the segments with a name that includes all of the information you need to display.