TUI Airline operates regular flights to holiday hotspots in Portugal, while TUI Cruises, Marella and Hapag-Lloyd, all three of the company’s cruise brands, call at Portuguese ports throughout the year.
The International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) inaugural World Sustainability Symposium (WSS) opened in Madrid with a focus on actions needed to achieve the aviation industry’s commitment to net zero CO2 emissions by 2050.
The unrivalled expertise of the Information Technology and Digitisation team at Cruise Saudi to craft the technology stack, coupled with an insatiable drive for innovation and market disruption in cruise line technologies, underscores the project’s visionary approach.
For the commencement of the annual Web in Travel (WiT) conference, more than 400 international travel industry professionals have arrived in Singapore. Speakers from eminent organizations including Airbnb, Agoda, Sabre, Expedia, JetBlue, Wego, Pan Pacific Hotel Group, and many others …
Bahwan Travel Agencies LLC, a significant participant in the travel sector in Oman, has signed a strategic relationship with Amadeus. Amadeus, a pioneer in travel technology committed to improving the travel experience for all. It improves travel for all people, …
As travellers take to the skies once again, digital travel platform Agoda shares the top domestic and international flight destinations of 2023 so far. In India, the most popular international destination is Dubai, followed by Bangkok, Bali, Singapore and Hanoi.
Atly, the user-generated social mapping platform revolutionizing location-based knowledge sharing, today introduced its new Ask Around tool. The innovative addition to the Atly app allows influencers to seamlessly and swiftly gather recommendations for places and experiences from their followers on …
Accenture, together with Avanade, is working with Amadeus to develop and pilot the travel assistant. Integrated with Amadeus’ Cytric Easy platform, the assistant will align travelers’ preferences with employers’ policies for a more efficient and cost-effective experience.
Many governments are offering incentives, grants, and subsidies to promote the adoption of clean energy technologies in the maritime industry and this year, 175 IMO (International Maritime Organisation) member countries signed a ‘FuelEU Maritime’ agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from maritime freight.