WhereisWhere pins way for location-based direct bookings

Singapore-based travel marketing platform WhereisWhere is building up its global supplier database in advance of its consumer launch, and claims to offer …


Edinburgh-based UserVision has looked at the US websites of six global airlines in light of changes to the US Department of Transportation‘s …


China dominates the APAC growth story, but new research from Google and Temasek shows that online travel in Southeast Asia could grow …


Desktop is by far the dominant channel in Singapore for searching and booking travel, according to Kayak. For searching and inspiration, 69% …


Indian travel group Ibibo has stepped up its ambitions to operate a global, GDS-type product for buses, launching its redBus business into …


Airport officials in Singapore are leaving no stone unturned when it comes to trying to engage with passengers digitally as they pass through the terminals.


New TSA Pre-check airports, eRevMax expands, cameras go Greyhound, AirAsia lands in India and new jobs all make our shortlist in the Scan for February 22, 2013.


The London-based startup that has developed an innovative B2B airfare-shopping engine, has completed a raise and is now shifting its focus to Asia, where it’s had success with Aussie OTA Jetabroad.


There is certainly money kicking about for startups, it appears, especially in pockets of South East Asia where Travelogy has just won a tidy $200,000 funding package.


Singapore-based A*STAR, the Agency for Science, Technology and Research, has developed software that taps into data accumulated from mobile devices, with an emphasis on reducing look-to-book ratios.

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