The app allows users to browse the extensive activity menu offered by Chukka Tours to find a Caribbean adventure, as well as offering an extensive gallery of photos, videos and tour descriptions.
Avinor is rolling out an ambitious end-to-end touchless travel programme in Norway to tackle the impact of Covid-19 and help restore traveller confidence ahead of the summer season.
Skyscanner has launched a new service allowing airlines to showcase their fare options and extra ancillaries at the beginning of the user journey. Travellers are presented with more information upfront so they can make informed and value-based booking decisions.
Trainline has launched a nationwide beta-test of Crowd Alerts, a crowdsourced feature in its app to help customers alert their fellow travellers if it is not possible to social distance on a specific train.
Sonder has raised US$170 million in a Series E funding round. The deal, which was led by Fidelity Funds, Westcap and Inovia Capital, values the apartment rental company at US$1.3 billion.
American Express Global Business Travel has launched a new sustainability feature in its corporate travel and expense software, Neo.
Accelya has entered into a definitive agreement to buy Farelogix, a provider of software as a service solutions for airline retailing and new distribution capability-enabled commerce.
Based on recommendations from the Cleveland Clinic, the ‘Ready-to-Fly’ checklist asks customers to confirm they have not experienced Covid-19-related symptoms in the 14 days prior to flying.
The past 12 months have been a period of rapid growth at Cendyn, with a strategic follow on investment from Accel-KKR, acquisition of the Rainmaker Group.
Travelport Worldwide has secured access to US$1 billion in new financing as the company seeks to overcome a collapse in demand following the coronavirus pandemic.
The travel tech giant said it would undertake a strategic realignment of its airline and agency-focused businesses, as well as other measures to support the new organisational structure.
Kenya cabinet secretary for tourism and wildlife, Najib Balala, has launched a virtual live stream campaign to showcase game safaris in parks and reserves across the country.