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.
Trip.com will have access to Hotelbeds’ Beyond the Bed portfolio of more than 18,000 activities in 690 destinations, 25,000 transfer routes in 1,100 destinations as well as theme-park attractions and entrance tickets for events all over the world.
Consumers will be able to identify and track the most affordable time to book flights as well as the most cost-effective destination to visit by consulting the AI-driven dashboard that aggregates over 14 billion datapoints.
Korean Air has launched a new service that notifies passengers when their checked baggage has been safely loaded on their flights. The system is available for all international flights departing Incheon International Airport.
Bryan Dove is stepping down as Skyscanner chief executive for family reasons. He has spent five years with the company, having taken over the top job in 2018.
For the three months to March 31st, the China-based travel operator recorded a net loss of 5.4 billion yuan ($754 million), down from a net income of 4.6 billion yuan in the same period last year.
The show will feature comprehensive webinars, live conference sessions, roundtables, speed networking events and one-to-one meetings, as well as facilitating new connections and offering a wide range of online business opportunities.
Research carried out by the group in April shows lodging partners want support from online travel agencies in four priority areas as they look to rebound from the pandemic.