The travel industry seems to have landed right into the middle of another contentious debate – carbon offsets vs conservation.
When it comes to going over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house for Thanksgiving, roughly 19 percent of last year’s travelers are rethinking that journey this November 24.
OK, so we are not usually excited about luggage tags, but this is a pretty cool promotion from KLM
How can you measure the results of your revenue management strategy? Which KPI’s or Key Performance Indicators should you use?
As an active online traveler living in India, I have had, if not a front row seat, at least a window seat with a pretty good view of the country’s vibrant, online travel sector.
For many of us, the idea of a changing climate is just that, an idea, something vague, distant and unfortunately irrelevant. For Ursula Rakova, climate change is much more. It is the source of a disrupted life, a community displaced, a paradise lost.
The Walt Disney Co. has a neat plan for giving its stores an extreme makeover – turn each store into an interactive mini-theme park. And for this job, they hired someone who knows a thing or two about running stores which interact with shoppers - Steve Jobs, assisted by Apple’s retailing hotshots.
The Asia Pacific travel industry has not completely escaped the ravages of the global recession. PhoCusWright’s Asia Pacific Online Travel Overview Third Edition highlights some markets that have performed quite well in 2009 and others that have suffered.
Voyage.tv is running a cool promotion using Twitter to drive traffic and awareness. The rules are simple: Tweet your perfect vacation to @voyagetv and become a follower. Every Friday, they announce a winner.
This November, the travel industry is all set to be one of it’s own biggest customers, as hundreds of travel & tourism leaders and executives enjoy Orlando’s hospitality. The PhoCusWright Conference will be held at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate (Nov 17-19, 2009).
United just announced that they will allow unlimited complimentary upgrades for all Mileage Plus elite members. Not only that, but in an email from United, they make the elite benefits of the Mileage Plus program pretty clear vs. the competition. We haven’t seen this aggressive of competitive positioning (by name, no less) from an airline in a long time - remember the Shuttle wars?
Our friends over at hotelmarketing.com are reporting that Kayak has opened up their logs to the rest of us to see how and what people are searching for and on. We can’t tell how recent this development is since Kayak doesn’t seem to blog anymore (last posting was back in May!) and they haven’t issued a press release since May either but we don’t remember seeing it before now.