With budgets getting tighter and many still debating pulling the trigger on leisure travel plans, Travelocity is making it even easier for consumers to decipher the true travel bargains in the marketplace. Taking some of the time and stress out of the travel shopping process, Travelocity’s “Big Deals, Great Steals” promotion provides a one stop shop for accessing some of the best hotel deals and incentives of the year
Travelocity Global has announced that it has named Tracey Weber president of Travelocity North America. This appointment allows Travelocity Global president and CEO, Hugh Jones, to focus on the global businesses, including Travelocity, lastminute.com and ZUJI.
Travelocity India, which is part of the group of companies of ZUJI, has introduced the widest choice of domestic and international air / flights available online in India.
Travelocity is launching a beta-version of the RoadTrip WizardTM, a new tool that streamlines and simplifies the road trip planning process.
Travelocity Business will begin providing travel management services in select Asia-Pacific countries for its client base.
The consulting unit of Travelocity Business has announced the results of its successful 2007 hotel rate negotiating season, claiming huge savings on corporate spend.
Travelocity has unveiled its Indian online travel agency web site www.travelocity.co.in and introduced its India teams, extending its parent company, Sabre Holding’s already established footprint in India.
A senior executive of one of the leading online providers of travel services will give delegates to the 29th Annual Caribbean Tourism Conference (CTC-29) an insight into how to use the Internet to expand their business.
Telestial, a low cost mobile phone solutions for the international traveler, announces an agreement with Travelocity.
Lockheed Martin Corporation is signing a five-year agreement to use Travelocity Business as its global corporate travel management provider.
New competitive intelligence shows Expedia leading and Travelocity gaining ground in the competition for online bookings,
Americans are true creatures of habit, according to Travelocity’s forecasting poll which found that more than 60 percent of respondents take at least one annual vacation, and the majority of those travelers (60 percent) go to the exact same spot year after year, despite the variety of choices travelers have today.