Articles tagged “duffel”

From a WhatsApp Channel to Latin America’s Latest Online Travel Startup

From a WhatsApp Channel to Latin America’s Latest Online Travel Startup

Matthew Parsons, Skift

Despite rising coronavirus cases and airlines on the brink of collapse, Milla Travel could still make its mark in a region that's long overdue for modernization in the travel management space.

5 days ago

What a New Surcharge From Singapore Airlines Could Mean for Other Carriers

What a New Surcharge From Singapore Airlines Could Mean for Other Carriers

Matthew Parsons, Skift

It used to be just the European carriers that made bold statements like this against legacy distribution giants. Not anymore.

1 week ago

Airline Direct Selling Through Travel Agencies May Prove Its Worth After the Crisis

Airline Direct Selling Through Travel Agencies May Prove Its Worth After the Crisis

Matthew Parsons, Skift

A crisis brings out either the best or worst in people. Technology is no different, and so-called New Distribution Capability could have a new lease of life.

3 months ago

Duffel Joins Wave of Startups Accelerating Efforts to Reinvent Airline Distribution

Duffel Joins Wave of Startups Accelerating Efforts to Reinvent Airline Distribution

Sean O'Neill, Skift

Venture capitalists are turning their sights on airline distribution. Duffel's backing by VC firms Index and Benchmark brings hope to the sector. New ideas and technologies may help create more efficient and user-friendly ways for travel agencies to access airline data to sell tickets and other products.

9 months ago