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AIRBNB INTRODUCES FLEXIBLE SEARCH A NEW KIND OF TRAVEL POST-COVID WITH FLEXIBLE SEARCH

Airbnb | February 25, 2021

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Since going public, most of the news out of Airbnb has been around policy. Today, the organization has an announcement that is about the product. As the pandemic evolves the way we do everything, and we collectively realize that quite a bit of that new behavior will be permanent, tech companies are looking to evolve alongside us. Airbnb is today introducing Flexible Search, which will allow users to forgo putting in exact dates when they look to book lodging on the ...

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AMADEUS LOOKS AT HOW TECHNOLOGY WILL SHAPE AIRPORTS OF THE FUTURE

ASIA Travel Tips | January 20, 2020

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Growing traveler expectations, an ever-increasing number of passengers and a need for personalization means that more and more airports are beginning to prioritize frictionless travel. Plus, with so much competition for each passenger, the evolution and expansion of airline routes, and growth in non-aeronautical revenues, key players in the industry are rethinking how airports need to operate in the future....

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BUSINESS TRAVEL

EXPEDIA GROUP RESULTS IMPROVE BUT CEO SEES ‘BUMPY’ ROAD AHEAD FOR GLOBAL TRAVEL RECOVERY

Expedia Inc | August 11, 2021

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Expedia Group, the Seattle-based online travel giant, posted improved results for the second quarter, but cautioned that the resurgence of the pandemic is complicating the recovery of the global travel industry, and its business as a result. The company’s net loss of $301 million for the second quarter was an improvement over its loss of $753 million a year ago. Adjusted earnings per share were $1.13, exceeding analyst expectations of 60 cents per share. ...

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TRIPACTIONS LAUNCHES VIRTUAL CARD PRODUCT FOR CORPORATE TRAVELERS

Skift | February 25, 2020

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As the global battle for the lower end of the corporate travel management market rages on, top players are beginning to move beyond travel itself into solving problems above just booking and servicing. TripActions has been steadily growing its travel management platform and now boasts a global workforce of more than 1,000 as it moves into markets around the world. Its new product looks beyond travel to help both travelers and administrator handle one of the most annoying parts of corporate trave...

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TRAVEL TECHNOLOGY

AIRBNB INTRODUCES FLEXIBLE SEARCH A NEW KIND OF TRAVEL POST-COVID WITH FLEXIBLE SEARCH

Airbnb | February 25, 2021

Since going public, most of the news out of Airbnb has been around policy. Today, the organization has an announcement that is about the product. As the pandemic evolves the way we do everything, and we collectively realize that quite a bit of that new behavior will be permanent, tech companies are looking to evolve alongside us. Airbnb is today introducing Flexible Search, which will allow users to forgo putting in exact dates when they look to book lodging on the ...

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AMADEUS LOOKS AT HOW TECHNOLOGY WILL SHAPE AIRPORTS OF THE FUTURE

ASIA Travel Tips | January 20, 2020

Growing traveler expectations, an ever-increasing number of passengers and a need for personalization means that more and more airports are beginning to prioritize frictionless travel. Plus, with so much competition for each passenger, the evolution and expansion of airline routes, and growth in non-aeronautical revenues, key players in the industry are rethinking how airports need to operate in the future....

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BUSINESS TRAVEL

EXPEDIA GROUP RESULTS IMPROVE BUT CEO SEES ‘BUMPY’ ROAD AHEAD FOR GLOBAL TRAVEL RECOVERY

Expedia Inc | August 11, 2021

Expedia Group, the Seattle-based online travel giant, posted improved results for the second quarter, but cautioned that the resurgence of the pandemic is complicating the recovery of the global travel industry, and its business as a result. The company’s net loss of $301 million for the second quarter was an improvement over its loss of $753 million a year ago. Adjusted earnings per share were $1.13, exceeding analyst expectations of 60 cents per share. ...

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TRIPACTIONS LAUNCHES VIRTUAL CARD PRODUCT FOR CORPORATE TRAVELERS

Skift | February 25, 2020

As the global battle for the lower end of the corporate travel management market rages on, top players are beginning to move beyond travel itself into solving problems above just booking and servicing. TripActions has been steadily growing its travel management platform and now boasts a global workforce of more than 1,000 as it moves into markets around the world. Its new product looks beyond travel to help both travelers and administrator handle one of the most annoying parts of corporate trave...

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