How Millennials Are Reshaping the Travel Industry

| May 10, 2018

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Humor me for a minute. If a tree falls in a forest and no one’s around to hear it, does it make a sound? I’d argue that this same logic can be applied to modern day travel. No matter how sacrosanct your personal week in paradise is, no travel experience is complete without a feed full of photographic evidence.

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Pegasus Airlines was purchased by Esas Group in January 2005, with the airline launching its scheduled flight service in November 2005 as Turkey's first Low Cost Carrier, a time during which the 'ground rules'​ of Turkish aviation had started to change.

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Travel tech pros put sustainability behind economy as key challenges for 2020

Article | February 10, 2020

Economic uncertainty is deemed to be the biggest challenge facing the travel industry, ahead of climate change and sustainability issues, according to new research. A survey by Travel Technology Europe, sister brand of PhocusWire, reveals that 53% of those polled put economic conditions at the top of the list of concerns followed by sustainable travel at 45% and climate change at 44%. The study was carried out in the run-up to the United Kingdom's general election in early December 2019, so the challenge of economic uncertainty is not that surprising.

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What positive travel trends could come from coronavirus?

Article | February 10, 2020

Who’s ready for some good news? Well, we’re probably not going to hear any truly good news, especially in the travel world, for some time. But that doesn’t mean we can’t speculate about positive developments in the post-COVID world. From better environmental protections to more flexible booking options, here are some ways travel could improve in the long run.

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How Google Flights is shaking up the travel Industry

Article | February 10, 2020

The internet is littered with the bodies of companies unable to adapt when Big Tech moved to offer a service for free. Possibly the most famous example in tech history remains Microsoft’s decision in 1996 to give away its browser Internet Explorer bringing Netscape’s skyrocketing share price to an abrupt halt. The rest is history. Although Google’s recent decision to stop charging for leads to airlines and OTAs in Google Flights might look insignificant in comparison, it is sending shockwaves across the travel industry. To understand why, it is important to understand Google Flights’ weight in the airline distribution ecosystem.

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How modern companies are disrupting business travel

Article | February 10, 2020

For decades, people had two ways to make travel arrangements. There’s the do-it-yourself (DIY) approach, beloved by individual travelers and small groups for its budget-friendliness and accommodation of various preferences. There’s also corporate travel management, used by business travelers and companies with no time or patience to plan for frequent work trips. Unlike personal travel, business travel has several limitations: which airlines and hotels a company can book with, where and how bookings can be made, and what expenses are considered valid for reimbursement.

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Pegasus Airlines was purchased by Esas Group in January 2005, with the airline launching its scheduled flight service in November 2005 as Turkey's first Low Cost Carrier, a time during which the 'ground rules'​ of Turkish aviation had started to change.

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