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Flight Information popular

http://www.xmltoday.com/extras/flight/

3 out of 10 stars (10 votes)

This SOAP/WSDL-enabled airfare server converts the data available from Yahoo's travel.yahoo.com site into XML, and adds a SOAP interface. This is an example of how flight reservation information could be accessed through a SOAP interface.

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Objectspace

http://www.objectspace.com/

Systems integration company working with Galileo on the travel industry’s first web service – a flight booking web service.

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SPRACI

http://www.spraci.com/

Nightlife / Clubbing / Gigs / Festivals Events listings for many cities worldwide search by city/state/country or tag/category. Enter your own events (free listings) api info is at http://www.spraci.com/api/ (soap/rest/rss/ical) wsdl at http://www.spraci.com/services/soap/index.php?wsdl

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La Traviata

http://www.la-traviata.org/

The La Traviata consortium is building the tools for the next generation of world-wide tourism information and booking systems. Using an open standard, XML-based, fully extensible interchange format, tourist information and reservation data can be transferred between otherwise incompatible systems.

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Desticorp

http://www.desticorp.com/

1 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

DestiCorp Limited is an e-business consultancy serving the travel and tourism sector, with skills in the area of developing Web Services business models for the travel and tourism industry.

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clickable reminders

http://www.activerecall.com

This publication provides the fastest, safest, easiest-to-use, easiest-to-deploy, most effective web reminder service. Schedules of festivals, theatre shows, operas, concerts, regattas, special events etc. can all be enhanced with the service.

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Galdos

http://www.galdosinc.com/index.html

6 out of 10 stars (1 vote)

Galdos is the recognized leader in the development of Geography Markup Language (GML), an XML application that is fast becoming the world standard for geographic information delivery over the Internet.

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