Articles tagged “latin america”

Airlines

Latin America’s Aviation Recovery Stalled by Absence of Standard Health Rules

Airlines are talking to each other, but if governments don't see eye to eye then there's simply no quick fix.

Latin America’s Aviation Recovery Stalled by Absence of Standard Health Rules

Hotels

Brazil’s Miles-Based Flight Seller MaxMilhas Buys a Hotel Discounter

Many bootstrapped travel companies may prove more innovative than venture-backed ones during the pandemic. MaxMilhas is an example, given its distinctive approaches to selling flights and hotels.

Brazil’s Miles-Based Flight Seller MaxMilhas Buys a Hotel Discounter

Airline Weekly

Avianca Banks on United Airlines Partnership in Bankruptcy Exit Plan

Avianca Banks on United Airlines Partnership in Bankruptcy Exit Plan

Online Travel

Tripadvisor Plus’ New Text Service Lacks the Human Touch

Tripadvisor's travel-planning help by text for Tripadvisor Plus subscribers plays to the company's strengths — user reviews and a global roster of hotels, restaurants and things to do listings. It really can't compete, though, with a real travel agent who has visited the destination and knows the hotel general manager personally.

Tripadvisor Plus’ New Text Service Lacks the Human Touch
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New Report: Back to Hospitality — Getting Smarter and More Profitable in a Post-Covid World

After a dramatic year for the hospitality ecosystem, the lead-in to summer 2021 is revealing signs of recovery. Global travel demand is at its highest since the beginning of the pandemic, as the industry finds itself at a promising turning point. The impacts have been widespread. After a year of limitations and stay at home…

New Report: Back to Hospitality — Getting Smarter and More Profitable in a Post-Covid World

Coronavirus

Strategies for Hospitality Recovery: Spotlight on Latin America

Oracle and Skift’s 2021 report, Back to Hospitality: Getting Smarter and More Profitable in a Post-Covid World, offers a playbook for the industry to come back better and stronger. In this article, we take a closer look at the report’s findings regarding the hotel environment in Latin America.

Strategies for Hospitality Recovery: Spotlight on Latin America

Online Travel

Startup Casai Buys Its Way Into Serviced Apartments in a Play for Brazilian Business Travel

The conventional wisdom in the U.S. and Europe has been that business travel will be slow to recover easing out of the pandemic and that emerging markets in Latin America, such as Brazil, will have a snail-like rebound, too. Travel startup Casai is gambling that both ideas are wrong.

Startup Casai Buys Its Way Into Serviced Apartments in a Play for Brazilian Business Travel

Online Travel

Latin America Travel Booking Sites Won’t Fully Recover Until 2022 at the Earliest

Online travel agencies were big players in travel search during the pandemic in major Latin American countries. There's a bright future for these booking sites in the region as travel restarts.

Latin America Travel Booking Sites Won’t Fully Recover Until 2022 at the Earliest

Airline Weekly

Brazil’s Gol to Take Lead in Latin American Airline Consolidation

Brazil’s Gol to Take Lead in Latin American Airline Consolidation

Airline Weekly

Major Airline Trade Groups Object to Latin American, Caribbean Covid-19 Restrictions

Major Airline Trade Groups Object to Latin American, Caribbean Covid-19 Restrictions

Airline Weekly

Latin American Countries Urged to Coordinate Reopenings by Global Airlines Group

Latin American Countries Urged to Coordinate Reopenings by Global Airlines Group

Online Travel

Despegar Believes Financial Tech Will Hasten an Online Travel Recovery in Latin America

Online travel brands can no longer count on paid marketing alone to drive growth as they try to penetrate developing markets. Despegar is ahead of its larger global rivals in embracing "fintech." It sees consumer loans as a way to appeal to many travel buyers who don't use banks.

Despegar Believes Financial Tech Will Hasten an Online Travel Recovery in Latin America