technology

Aviation

Qantas Wi-Fi fails to launch

by Hannah Edensor

Just like the movie ‘Failure to Launch’, Qantas has experienced some difficulties in its Wi-Fi launch. On second thoughts, it’s got nothing to do with the movie.

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Travel Agents

Get excited – the new way to search is finally here!

We haven’t been this excited since the release of Finding Dory! Ok, that’s a lie, we got pretty excited for Real Housewives of Sydney last week.

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Aviation

Passengers to board planes just using face recognition tech

by Daisy Melwani

All you need is a face to be able to board a plane these days. Wait a minute, we’re pretty sure that was a requirement before new measures were implemented.

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Technology

When to snag an airfare special

Once you know these three key factors, you’ll never miss out on a cheap flight again. You probably will, but it sounded better with the 100% guarantee.

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Hotels

2020 hotel tech will be same as 10 years ago

by Amy Bryant

Hotel technology will remain stuck in the noughties according to this study. Much like our Nokia mobile and maroon Corduroy suit.

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Technology

Tailored technology for travellers

by Amy Bryant

Exciting new technology from Lonely Planet and Samsung will be a game changer for travellers.

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ROAD & RAIL

New Avis app simplifies hiring a car

by Amy Bryant

Have you ever gotten off a 6 hour + flight, excited for your holiday and then wasted an hour finding your hirer car? You don’t have to do that any more with this new app.

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Cruise

Carnival brings out Game-Changing Guest Experiences

by Amy Bryant

This device that acts as your personal concierge, because everyone needs a personal concierge.

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Technology

Sabre Christmas Party Pics!

by Daisy Melwani

The annual Sabre Christmas party kicks off industry festivities yet again! A sneak peek into what the GDS giant got up to this year to celebrate a successful 2016.

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Technology

Serko looks to 2017 for profitablity

by Daisy Melwani

Losses before tax have been reduced by 39% to $2m, and the NZ based company are now expecting profitability in the next financial year.

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Travel Agents

Preferred suppliers go head to head in new Travellers Choice hub

by Amy Bryant

Travellers Choice have taken the guess work out for its agents, but it doesn’t mean we have to for you. Read on!

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Technology

Rome2rio’s on a roll

by Travel Weekly

Travel search engine Rome2rio is adding to its booking capabilities as it enjoys a growth spurt.

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