Over the past few years, I’ve read numerous articles from various industry pundits lamenting the lack of innovation in the online travel …
Like many private companies, Hotel Tonight, a pioneer of last-minute booking apps, is coy about the effectiveness of its e-marketing effort. But …
Superfly, the meta search company, has fronted as a consumer play, but its first deal with an online travel agency (OTA) suggests …
Superfly continues to focus on both accumulating and leveraging data with an eye to enhancing the travel experience for users. Next up: hotels.
Superfly, the meta search company that bakes loyalty points into the flight booking process, has announced a new feature that signals a strategic shift.
The SCAN – Room 77 mobile optimized, Superbox expands, Changi airport award and more travel tech news
Travel tech updates from Luxe Nomad, DestinAsian, Goibibo, RateTiger, TripAdvisor, Cleartrip, Room 77, SITA, Qantas, ANA and more.
Superfly’s guerrilla marketing on Facebook has lured users to its fight search tool, and its new airline e-mail scanning service may let customers load up their mileage information in a single click.
Suppliers continue to talk incessantly about these two strategies for revenue generation: merchandising and loyalty. Can they co-exist peacefully? Can third parties do either well? In short, not yet.
Ryanair, FlightStats, Kayak, Superfly, Vayama, Onefinestay, Cheap Tickets, Los Angeles Tourism, Jetpac, Facebook, Small Luxury Hotels of the World, all get mentioned in our roundup of the short news items driving opinion on 15 November.
Search, and travel search in particular, may be getting social, but when will it get personal?