Qatar Airways Privilege Club has signed a global strategic agreement with Visa, world’s leader in digital payments, part of a new 10-year exclusive partnership. This latest collaboration enables Privilege Club to enhance and expand its portfolio of co-branded payment initiatives with key financial partners across key markets worldwide
Thailand’s Tourism Ministry wants tourist visas to be extended to boost visitor numbers. The Ministry has proposed extending certain visa validity by 15 days. It wants travellers on the visa-on-arrival scheme to be able to stay for 30 days instead of the current 15 days.
Japan has maintained some of the strictest entry regulations throughout the pandemic, but now there are calls to lift restrictions to boost tourism.
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Global travel platform Agoda has announced its partnership with Visa, the world leader in digital payments, to offer interest-free credit card installments across its booking platform. Agoda will be the first global Online Travel Agency (OTA) to offer this payment option with Visa in the Asia Pacific region.
The new card will offer members tailored rewards based on customer preferences and the ability to earn more loyalty points when staying at an Accor property or when making purchases.
Travellers visiting the United Arab Emirates spent four per cent more last year on their bank cards than in 2017, according to a new report from card company Visa.
A new study commissioned by Visa has forecast significant growth in international travel by UK households in the next decade. UK spend on global travel is predicted to reach £63.4 billion in 2025, up 58 per cent on 2015. On average, each UK household is set to spend £9,300 annually by 2025, up from £6,500 in 2015.
Visa and Jumeirah Group have signed a multi-year partnership agreement. As part of the partnership, Visa cardholders across the Middle East and North Africa will have access to a series of value-added cardholder benefits at Jumeirah properties which will be rolled out throughout the course of the agreement.
In a guest editorial from Chris Dix, chief operating officer, Europe and the Americas at VFS Global, Breaking Travel News here examines how efficient visa processes are the hidden ingredient to economic growth.
Government officials in the UK have announced a new two-year visa for Chinese nations wishing to visit the country. Beginning on Monday, it will enable visitors from China to make multiple trips to the UK for longer periods, the government said in a statement.
Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort, Morocco, has signed a partnership with VISA, offering premium cardholders the opportunity to benefit from a range of exciting incentives with the ‘VISA Cardholders Special Offer.’ Valid until March 2016, upon booking, all VISA cardholders can now take advantage of a host of complimentary luxuries at the resort.