All change at the top of the list of the most popular travel websites in Australia, after Wotif lost its crown to rival agency site Webjet during May.
Expedia may have retained its lead at the top of the leading travel sites in New Zealand, but Wotif has long its second spot to Webjet.
Extremely narrow gap at the top of the leading travel websites in Australia, with Wotif taking a fraction of a lead over rival online travel agency brand Webjet.
Changes at board level for Travelport as a new chairman is unveiled to replace Jeff Clarke and a number of new directors join following the recent completion of its refinancing.
The international metasearch site is trying to raise awareness among US consumers by meeting them in person, Starwood came out tops in a ranking of hotel brands by digital competence, and more travel tech news.
User review service TripAdvisor is putting clear water between it and its nearest web rivals in the list of leading travel websites in New Zealand.
Market leader Wotif and second placed Webjet have increased their share of traffic in the list of most popular travel websites in Australia.
Today’s roundup of travel trade news briefs includes Frontier Airlines, Priceline, Foursquare, Digital Spring, Mr & Mrs Smith, Visit Finland, Navigate Media Group, Travel Supermarket, Sunshine, Booking.com, Go Pro Travelling, Drive.sg, Target Rooms, Waymate, Wego, Webjet, Onyx, RateGain, LocalUncle, mTrip, Babbel, and Interhome.
The travel industry Christmas shopping spree continues this week with Webjet paying $25 million to Travelocity to acquire its Zuji online travel agency.