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Emirates goes global with in-flight Wi-Fi coverage

Emirates goes global with in-flight Wi-Fi coverage

Emirates’ passengers bound for the US will soon be able to enjoy Wi-Fi, mobile service connectivity and live TV, even when flying 40,000 feet over the North Pole and Arctic circle. Previously, on its flights to the US, which often travel over the polar region, passengers can find themselves without connectivity for up to four hours.

Dubai International rolls out realtimeDXB software

Dubai International rolls out realtimeDXB software

Upping the ante on enhancing the customer experience at Dubai International, operator Dubai Airports has launched a high-tech system that monitors airport operations in real-time and visualises traffic flows to support consistently smooth operations at the airport.

British Airways set for £183m fine following data breach

British Airways set for £183m fine following data breach

The Information Commissioner’s Office has said it will seek to fine British Airways £183 million for infringements of the General Data Protection Regulation. The proposed fine relates to a cyber incident notified to the organisation by thr airline in September last year.

Trainline boosts Swiss ticket options with SBB deal

Trainline boosts Swiss ticket options with SBB deal

Trainline has signed a partnership with Swiss Federal Railways, SBB. The partnership provides customers with tickets for all Swiss rail carriers, including cross-border journeys to neighbouring countries France, Italy, Germany and Austria.

Tourism Exchange Great Britain from VisitEngland goes live

Tourism Exchange Great Britain from VisitEngland goes live

Tourism Exchange Great Britain is a one-stop shop for English tourism suppliers including accommodation providers, visitor attractions and experiences, to link to distributors with international reach and sell their products overseas.

Ypsilon partners with Amadeus for low-cost carrier payment solution

Ypsilon partners with Amadeus for low-cost carrier payment solution

Travellers today increasingly look to travel agencies to help them search for and book travel on low-cost carriers. This demand is driving the need for platforms such as Ypsilon as they aggregate low-cost content for agents and help them pay the airlines in new, more flexible ways.

Deyo steps aside at Cendyn following Accel-KKR investment

Deyo steps aside at Cendyn following Accel-KKR investment

Cendyn has announced a strategic follow on investment from Accel-KKR, a leading Silicon Valley based technology-focused investment firm. The investment will enable the business to further scale and innovate its solutions for the hospitality industry.