Scandinavian Airline System is to go live on OpenJaw’s t-Retail system at the end of June for its Swedish, Danish and Norwegian websites
There was about as much chance of RyanairPlus being able to carry on unimpeded as the carrier it is trying to wind up also scrapping bag fees and the infamous cabin crew calendar.
Many rejoice when low cost carrier Ryanair lands another bout of bad publicity or, more recently, others think of ways of getting around its refusal to work with third partie
Technology experts say Ryanair’s latest initiative to prevent screen-scraping on its site will make things difficult but not impossible
European high-speed rail provider Eurostar began using Orbitz Worldwide’s private label solution to offer hotels, dynamic packages, car hire and activities on the rail line’s websites.
One of the ironies around Thomas Cook and its plot to be a top online travel agency in Europe was that its flight+hotel product was powered by Expedia.
For many years the UK had a great system for supporting a stable vertically integrated market – the ATOL protection scheme worked like a charm.
After looking at air and hotel pricing, what happens with the Clash of Titans when search and dynamic pricing face off?
John Burns is one of the chaps you can always rely on to give an accurate state of the hospitality and lodging market.
Pricing in travel has always been based on the principle of re-creation of results. This affects airlines and other travel products such as hotels, cars and tours.