Given how crummy some airline websites are, it makes sense EasyJet is not looking to competitors for digital inspiration.
Look for more bargain fares soon on Ryanair, which said this week its prices could drop by as much as 12 percent within one year.
As power shifts toward distributors, property managers will need to embrace new technology tools to better leverage these channels while working to preserve direct bookings and repeat visits.
Turkish Airlines is almost 50 percent owned by the national government, so it's no surprise the carrier has been affected by Turkey's recent attempted coup.
Between San Francisco and New York's actions, we're going to end up with some real rules. We hope.
There’s more opportunity than ever in the fast-growing vacation rental business, but staying competitive now takes much more than providing a great property — owners and managers must continually upgrade everything from their technology to their guest experience.
Messaging isn't moving through the travel industry as fast as some would make you believe given only a few major brands have hopped on this trend. It is growing, however, and the startup sector is one that shouldn't be ignored when considering where this technology will come from.
Airlines are in the process of radically rethinking their premium class offerings. They should not forget about the next generation of passengers.
As demands of tourism development increase, expect to see broader changes to the labor market in Cuba.
These are the tourism trends we were talking about this week.
What's happening in Turkey is a shame for so many reasons, not lease of which are the creativity of the country's tourism leaders as well as Turkey's incredible resources.
These are the hospitality trends we were talking about this week.
Airlines tend to follow each other, so expect more carriers to defer orders for big jets in the near future.
In an industry full of young brands, Cunard Line emphasizes its history to stand apart. But keeping the needs of modern travelers in mind is important too.
This seems like a win-win for the ridesharing companies and the car companies working with them. What's debatable is whether drivers really benefit, too.
If delays continue many travelers will not bother using the Chunnel which could hurt those that couldn't otherwise afford to travel.
Airlines and Wall Street analysts are complaining about lower revenues, but that has been great news for consumers, who can take advantage of historically low ticket prices.
These are the aviation trends we were talking about this week.
Airbnb is hiring city mayors around the world to help the company better understand how to work with municipal governments.
These are the digital trends we were talking about this week.