The newly created role will oversee the development and execution of the commercial strategy of the group while also taking executive responsibility for all aspects of customer experience.
From an updated look and feel to enhanced product offerings, Expedia is looking to double down on efforts to deliver on travellers’ evolving wants and needs in a post-pandemic world.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has provided regulatory approval to US-based airline, JetBlue, allowing it to operate transatlantic routes between London, New York and Boston.
Starting in July, United will offer new direct flights to Dubrovnik in Croatia, Greek capital Athens and between Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Reykjavik, Iceland.
Aircraft lessor Dubai Aerospace Enterprise is growing its fleet with an order of 15 737-8 Max planes from Boeing. The order is the first direct 737 Max purchase by the lessor from Boeing.
Marriott has announced the appointment of Sandeep Walia to the role of chief operating officer for the Middle East. He will replace Guido De Wilde in the role from June 1st.
As Britain gears up for a summer like no other, London City Airport has produced a new travel portal to help passengers make informed travel plans.
The 207-room hotel will bring together a destination restaurant, panoramic sky bar and expansive conference space, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness gym and upscale modern suites.
To the relief of passengers, American Airlines will reintroduce full beverage service in all domestic premium cabins from May. The service will return to the main cabin the following month.
The decision means, from 04:00 on Friday, international visitors who have departed from or transited through India in the previous ten days will be refused entry into England.
The Trans-Tasman bubble, linking Australia and New Zealand, has officially opened. The first flights landed in New Zealand earlier this morning.
Scotland first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, yesterday said progress in tackling coronavirus in the UK must not be put in jeopardy with “too lax a position on international travel”.