Road & Rail
Road & rail wrap: QT’s MINI partnership, Rocky Mountaineer’s September offer + MORE!
Feeling out of touch with the travel industry’ road and rail sector? Merge yourself back in with this gasoline-smelling wrap.
Aviation wrap: Alliance unveils pink plane for good cause, airport’s plastic bottle ban + MORE!
This week’s aviation wrap features a couple of cause-fighting stories. However, that’s not to say there’s any mention of angry protesters or vigilantes.
Local travel tech player expands agent platform with Amadeus
Do you only like reading the tech stories on Travel Weekly? Well, get ready to nerd out with this.
Flavour of the Week: Qantas gets new chief customer officer, Cruiseco’s interim CEO + MORE!
You industry folk sure have been busy this week, because we’ve got a truckload of industry appointments to show off.
Aviation wrap: Singapore Airlines partners with Tourism WA, LATAM Airlines’ Pride Month campaign + more!
There’s plenty of big news in this week’s aviation wrap – almost as big as the breakfast burrito Travel Weekly’s editor scoffed down this morn.
Opinion: Automation is the secret to personalisation in hotels
by Ahmed Youssef
We couldn’t find a robot who was willing to write this article for us, so we enlisted the help of Amadeus’ Ahmed Youssef instead.
Experts weigh in on the top tech trends for hotels
Travel Weekly wishes it could claim this story as one of its own, but the truth is we just copied and pasted it from an email.
Amadeus signs landmark deal with Booking.com to boost accommodation content
Amadeus appears to be the new black in the travel industry, with the tech player announcing yet another partnership.
Amadeus strengthens partnerships with global OTA and Chinese start-up
Amadeus has been busy strengthening partnerships, while Travel Weekly’s editor has been busy weakening his coffee after heaping one too many spoonfuls of Nescafe Blend 43 from the tin.
Amadeus posts solid first-quarter results, scores new airline industry certification
by Huntley Mitchell
Been hanging out for some quarterly results to absorb? Well, get the monocle ready to cast your eye over these latest financials.
Time for Aussie travel agents to re-think the bricks-and-mortar model
by Champa Magesh
This blogger is urging travel agents to get their thinking caps on, and not the colourful ones with propellers on them.
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