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Mystifly unveils OnePoint C2 technology in Miami

Mystifly unveils OnePoint C2 technology in Miami

In a move to simplify the post-ticketing experience, Mystifly has unveiled OnePoint C2. Geared towards enhancing the customer experience for travel intermediaries, C2 enables guaranteed single-click cancellations and automated ticket change.

Skyscanner launches mobile-only flight booking service

Skyscanner launches mobile-only flight booking service

Skyscanner now participates directly in its own marketplace, as a merchant selling flights. Alongside its core metasearch proposition, the new booking service is available on app and mobile web only in Australia, Singapore and the UK.

London Stansted signs on to child-friendly Wi-Fi scheme

London Stansted signs on to child-friendly Wi-Fi scheme

London Stansted has become one of the first UK airports to be certified as offering safe, child-Friendly Wi-Fi to passengers. The accreditation comes on the back of Stansted’s parent company, MAG, signing up to the government-initiated scheme.

Vietnam Airlines expands Sabre partnership

Vietnam Airlines expands Sabre partnership

Vietnam Airlines signed a multimillion-dollar agreement with Sabre Corporation. The carrier will adopt Sabre Revenue Optimiser and SabreSonic Inventory solutions to enable responsive real-time origin and destination revenue management.

Travelport signs new partnership with Atlasglobal Airlines

Travelport signs new partnership with Atlasglobal Airlines

Atlasglobal Airlines will also continue to be one of over 275 airlines worldwide using Travelport’s rich content and branding merchandising tool, which gives travel agents a graphically rich experience when searching for and booking its branded fares.

Swoop partners with Expedia for new holiday offering

Swoop partners with Expedia for new holiday offering

Swoop has launched Swoop Getaways in collaboration with Expedia Partner Solutions. The Canada-based low-fare airline will now offer holiday packages for the first time, including trips across Canada, the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean.

South Africa seeks China boost with Tencent deal

South Africa seeks China boost with Tencent deal

Tencent has announced a collaboration with South African Tourism’s Beijing office to entice more Chinese tourists into visiting the country. In 2018, the spend from Chinese tourists in South Africa increased 69 per cent, from R1.4 billion to R2.4 billion.