A smarter use of information could help travel brands differentiate themselves more effectively, boosting their margins.
The gap between EasyJet and Ryanair has narrowed at the top of leading airline websites in the UK, but the pair have also stretched their respective leads over British Airways.
Some early moves in the list of leading travel sites in the UK as the gloomy winter makes way for spring and post-Christmas sales rush subsides.
Over three years on from Lufthansa and two years after British Airways, Emirates is trying to change the way people search for flights, based on what passengers might do in a destination.
Cutting it very fine at Amadeus and IAG, umbrella company containing British Airways and Iberia, with the pair renewing their distribution deal at the last minute.
Malaysia Airlines is letting its cabin crew loose with iPads for a six-month trial period following a deal with airline technology specialist SITA
British Airways has lost out to Ryanair in the list of leading travel websites in the UK, but the Ireland-based low cost carrier is still languishing behind rival EasyJet.
As we all know, the airline industry today is extremely interested in two major trends â€“ Big Data and ancillary revenue.
One area of the Frommer’s business that got little mention during the acquisition by Google last summer was the travel content service for other brands.
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Rihanna, British Airways, Delta Airlines, Google, ClearTrip, Apple’s Passbook, HotelsPro, HRS, Carsolize, Thai Airways, Air New Zealand, TelMap, Tagman, Accelya, and Revera all make today’s round-up of travel technology news briefs.