“Very difficult” second quarter sees Amadeus limp to $324m half-yearly loss
by Huntley Mitchell
Amadeus boss Luis Maroto has been forced to pause the order of a new leather chair and credenza for his office after announcing the company’s half-yearly financials.
Farelogix snapped up by another travel tech player, after Sabre abandons acquisition plan
The future of Farelogix can finally be put to bed, so you could say this story is Travel Weekly tucking it in and giving it a goodnight kiss.
Jayride’s revenue plummets 97 per cent in June quarter
It appears COVID-19 has forced travellers to reduce their Jayriding in recent months. However, that’s not to suggest they’re now doing more jaywalking.
Sabre slams “highly speculative” media report alleging company is helping FBI spy on travellers
The article in question also speculated that the travel tech company could also end up using its data trove to help track and eradicate COVID-19.
INFOGRAPHIC: What travel might look like in a socially-distant world
We love an infographic here at Travel Weekly, mainly because it means we don’t have to write as much and can put our feet up for a bit.
INFOGRAPHIC: The rise of touchless travel post-coronavirus
If you’ve been wondering what travel will look like once this nasty COVID-19 pandemic is behind us, this new infographic may hold the answers.
Amadeus and Troovo team up to automate B2B travel payments
Here’s a token travel tech story that involves B2Bs, virtual payments and killer robots… okay, we may have made that last one up.
Sabre combines airline and agency-focused businesses, as it readies to end staff furloughs
Were you recently furloughed by Sabre due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Well, we’re pleased to bring you this bit of good news.
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