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Hilton | July 27, 2022
Hilton is shaking up hotel marketing and advertising with the announcement of its first global brand platform that identifies what has been missing from hotel marketing – the hotel stay.“Hilton. For the Stay” places the hotel front and center, elevating the role and importance of the stay at a time when lodging advertising is a sea of sameness, featuring overused destinations, cliché walks on the beach and generic descriptions of travel.
Hilton is debuting...
Spirit Airlines: | December 09, 2021
Guests are now checking out the latest evolution in check-in technology at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). Spirit Airlines (NYSE:SAVE) unveiled its automated self-bag drop experience with biometric photo-matching system, which represents a new paradigm for the U.S. airline industry.
The redesigned ticket lobby is packed with industry-leading technology designed to limit face-to-face interaction, streamline flight check-ins and get Guests from the curb to the brighte...
TRAVEL TECHNOLOGY,COMMERCIAL TRAVEL
Sabre Corporation and Trava | November 17, 2022
Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), a leading software and technology provider that powers the global travel industry, announced a new Premium Solution Partnership with Trava to help automate post-booking processes for travel sellers.
Trava is the latest company to partner with Sabre on the Premium Solution Partnership, joining its network, and enabling Sabre-connected travel agencies to find and utilize partner solutions to support their specific business needs and requirements.
UNWTO | May 07, 2020
International tourism faces its worst crisis since records began, with up to 1.1bn fewer people taking trips globally in 2020. The scale of the coronavirus pandemic’s impact is outlined in a report by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), which predicts a decline in international arrivals of between 58% and 80% this year.
This is due to widespread travel restrictions and the closure of airports and borders worldwide. The prediction of a 58% decline is based on the gradual ...
DESTINATION AND TOURISM
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