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Travel Leaders Group acquires Barrhead Travel | Travel Daily UK

Travel Leaders Group has reached an agreement to acquire Barrhead Travel Group, one of Scotland’s largest…
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Dining Gets More Expensive for Business Travelers –

Dining Gets More Expensive for Business Travelers – | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
The past five years have seen ride hailing apps completely disrupt traditional taxis and car services for business travelers. Dining, however, is not only
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UATP Rolls Out Virtual Cards with Conferma: Business Travel News

UATP Rolls Out Virtual Cards with Conferma: Business Travel News | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
UATP has launched a virtual card issuance and delivery platform powered by Conferma Pay. Integrated directly at point of sale in all major global distribution systems, more than 100 booking tools and 500 travel management companies, the service is aimed at delivering more secure airline payments through UATP and superior reconciliation of booking and payment data, the companies said.
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Which airlines are banned from flying in the EU?

Which airlines are banned from flying in the EU? | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
Turkmenistan Airlines was placed on the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)’s blacklist on 4 February, meaning it’s now banned from flying in the EU. But it’s far from the only carrier to be struck off the EU’s approved list. Some 116 airlines around the world are currently prohibited, including 21 of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s carriers and all carriers in Liberia. 
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Corporate hotel loyalty programmes may drive adoption | Buying Business Travel

Corporate hotel loyalty programmes may drive adoption | Buying Business Travel | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
GBTA research reveals the role of loyalty schemes in business travel
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Alaska Ready to Reap Benefits of Networkwide Basic Economy Fares: Business Travel News

Alaska Airlines has rolled out its basic economy Saver fare across its full network and expects it to drive a minimum of $100 million in revenue this year, executives said on a fourth-quarter earnings call. Alaska began testing the fare in November. It does not allow seat selection, changes or cancellations and puts the traveler in the last boarding group but does allow mileage accrual and carry-on luggage.
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Amtrak Enhances DC to New York Service But Troubles Remain –

Along Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor, roughly $3.4 billion in improvements are underway to bring faster, more reliable service to the busiest rail route in Rail company Amtrak is spending billions on new stations and faster tracks on the U.S. northeast corridor. But it will be spent in vain if the Hudson tunnel and other infrastructure fails.
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Cooling economy predicted to slow growth of air travel in 2019: Travel Weekly

IATA and ForwardKeys both see the growth rate dropping this year.
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Marriott's Loyalty Program's New Name Is Bonvoy –

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More than two years after closing one of the most tumultuous merger deals in the history of hospitality, Marriott International has finally revealed the More than two years after closing its merger with Starwood, Marriott International has finally revealed the new name of its loyalty program.
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Marriott says hackers stole more than 5 million passport numbers

It also now says that its big data breach affected 383 million guests -- down from its original estimate, but still a really big number.
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United deploys largest Dreamliners in fight for cross-country travelers

United deploys largest Dreamliners in fight for cross-country travelers | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
United Airlines is assigning its brand-new Boeing 787-10 to cross-country flights in a bid for lucrative travelers amid heavy competition from other airlines. The plane is the largest variant of the Dreamliner.
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Shutdown's Toll on Travel Mounts With No End in Sight –

Shutdown's Toll on Travel Mounts With No End in Sight – | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
Normally at this time, Steve McCorkle should be fielding reservations for the upcoming year at the bed and breakfast near Yosemite National Park where he Normally at this time, Steve McCorkle should be fielding reservations for the upcoming year at the bed and breakfast near Yosemite National Park where he is innkeeper.
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The 21 safest airlines in the world | Business Insider

Despite a topsy-turvy 2018, commercial air travel remains one of the safest forms of transportation.
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Bold Predictions for the Travel Industry in 2019 –

Everyone likes a new year's forecast, but many experts play it safe by merely highlighting well-known trends. It seemed like every year after 2007 wasSkift has ventured some bold predictions for 2019 on everything from cruise ship dining to Brexit to the acquisition plans of Oyo, Microsoft, and Sabre.
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Travel Policies Should Prepare for Premium Economy Expansion: Business Travel News

As both scope of and demand for premium class air travel rise this year, travel buyers increasingly will need to tweak premium class travel policies to reflect the choices presented to their travelers. In its 2019 Air Monitor, American Express Global Business Travel projects that demand for premium class travel will grow this year faster than airlines are adding premium capacity, which will lead to "strong fare increases to come across regional, transpacific and transatlantic routes." Late last year, several carriers already began adding surcharges to business class fares, according to the monitor.
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U.S. Airlines to Offer New Gender Options for Non-Binary Passengers - The New York Times

U.S. Airlines to Offer New Gender Options for Non-Binary Passengers - The New York Times | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
American, Delta and United are among the carriers planning to allow passengers to choose something other than ‘male’ or ‘female’ when buying their tickets.
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Safety and wellbeing top travel managers’ priorities | Buying Business Travel

Safety and wellbeing top travel managers’ priorities | Buying Business Travel | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
Traveldoo survey highlights concerns for 2019
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Asia Is Ready for Business Travel Disruption –

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Upstart travel management platforms in North America and Europe are inspiring similar efforts in Asia. Skift's Asia Editor Raini Hamdi takes a look at how Upstart travel management platforms in North America and Europe are inspiring similar efforts in Asia.
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Southwest Airlines CEO: We Won't Introduce Basic Economy –

Southwest Airlines CEO: We Won't Introduce Basic Economy – | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
Southwest Airlines is still a maverick. While the big three U.S. network airlines — Delta, United, and American — have introduced a no-frills Basic Southwest has known for years that there is money to be made in differentiation and protecting your brand identity regardless of what Wall Street thinks. That's a factor in its decision not to launch basic economy or bag fees for the first two pieces.
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United CEO Wants More Business Class Seats in Jets Flying Transatlantic –

With demand for transatlantic business class and premium economy rising faster than economy class, United Airlines will shrink coach and add more premium With demand for transatlantic business class and premium economy rising faster than economy class, United Airlines will shrink coach and add more premium seats on some Boeing 767-300s so it can fly them to key business markets, CEO Oscar Munoz told Skift on Thursday in Los Angeles.
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Latest Updates On Air-Travel Delays Created By The Government Shutdown, And How To Deal With Them

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Delta Air Lines Has a $25 Million Reason to Hate the U.S. Shutdown –

Delta Air Lines planned to begin flying its newest — and most comfortable— narrowbody jet into key business markets later this month, perhaps hoping to Delta executives said Tuesday they don’t expect to start new Airbus A220 service as expected on Jan. 31, blaming the U.S. government shutdown. The Federal Aviation Administration must certify Delta's new aircraft before the first revenue flight, and the entity is working with a skeleton crew.
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ASTA: Longer Shutdown Worse for Travel Industry | Travel Agent Central

ASTA: Longer Shutdown Worse for Travel Industry | Travel Agent Central | AND 1 MORE THING | Scoop.it
With the government shutdown reportedly causing long wait times at some airports, the American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA) has weighed in on the potential long-term impact to the travel industry. More here.
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Global Airlines Association Warns of Potential Brexit Impact - The New York Times

Disruptions to air travel are possible if Britain leaves the European Union in March without a deal, the head of the leading association for airlines around the world warned Thursday.
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7 ways you'll travel differently in 2019

Traffic drones, AI-powered airports, grocery-delivering robots: Design and technology are quietly reshaping how people and goods move around the world.
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Airlines Announce New Transatlantic Flights for 2019


Travel to Europe should be easier and more convenient next year, as a number of international airlines are adding new routes over the North Atlantic next spring and summer.
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