Traveller expectations have changed over the past four years – the hospitality industry of 2023 is not that of 2019. These expectations are catalysts for change as today, personalisation tops the agenda, with consumers seeking customizable offers when it comes to booking travel.
Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, has announced that it has expanded its low-fare corporate travel offering to the Amadeus Travel Platform, with an unrivalled network of over 3,000 daily flights to over 235 destinations across 36 countries available for Amadeus’ extensive B2B customer base to book now.
Amadeus has reported a positive performance for the first quarter of financial 2023 as the travel sector continues to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Arabian Travel Market celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this year, with the journey to ‘net zero’ the focus of the show. Here Breaking Travel News speaks to Lucas Bobes, group environmental officer with travel technology leader Amadeus to find out how the organisation is contributing.
Israeli start-up Joyned has today announced a commercial agreement with leading global travel technology company Amadeus
Jerusalem-based start-up Joyned, developer of Joyned Booking, a solution that makes online group booking a social experience, has today announced the appointment of Lutz Vorneweg, a senior executive at tourism giant Amadeus, as its travel industry expert. Vorneweg has over 30 years’ experience in senior management positions at Amadeus, most recently as SVP of Strategic Alliances and Portfolio Partnerships. Amadeus provides technology solutions for the entire tourism industry, including hotels, travel agencies, airports, and airlines. It employs 16,000 people in over 190 countries, and in 2021 its annual turnover reached more than $3 billion.