Travel Industry Wire
February, 8 2018
Europe Bounces Back as a Top Travel Destination for Americans
Europe Bounces Back As a Top Travel Destination for Americans
Travelzoo (NASDAQ: TZOO) today published the results of the Travelzoo Winter Travel Trends Survey, reporting that Europe is once again a top travel destination for Americans. Five European countries - Italy, Ireland, France, Iceland and the United Kingdom -comprised half of the top 10 spots for vacation plans in 2018. Read More
Global Airline Passenger Demand
2017 Marked by Strong Global Airline Passenger Demand, Record Load Factor
December passenger traffic results showed load factor climb to a record calendar-year high of 81.4% Read more
Delta Air Lines Performance
Delta Reports Operating Performance for January 2018
he company carried 13.3 million passengers across its broad global network in the month. Read more
Boeing 737 MAX 10
Boeing 737 MAX 10 Reaches Firm Configuration
Boeing 737 MAX 10 Reaches Firm Configuration
Airplane on track for deliveries starting in 2020 timeframe Read more
Southwest Airlines Performance
Southwest Airlines Reports January 2017 Traffic
The Company flew 9.7 billion revenue passenger miles (RPMs) in January 2018, an increase of 4.0 percent from the 9.4 billion RPMs flown in January 2017. Read more
Boeing 737 MAX
Boeing Debuts First 737 MAX 7
The first Boeing 737 MAX 7 made its debut today at the company's Renton, Wash. factory.
Longest-range MAX airplane to begin flight test in the coming weeks - First delivery to Southwest Airlines set for 2019 Read more
Global Safety Predictive Analytics Research Center
IATA and CAAS To Launch Global Safety Predictive Analytics Research Center
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) announced the signing of a Memorandum of Collaboration (MoC) to establish a Global Safety Predictive Analytics Research Center (SPARC) in Singapore. The MoC was signed by Alexandre de Juniac, IATA's Director General and CEO, and Kevin Shum, Director-General of CAAS. Read more
IATA Singapore
IATA Expands Presence in Singapore
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is growing its presence in Singapore with the move to a larger office that is able to accommodate 40% more employees, including a Global Delivery Center (GDC). Read more
Aviation Infrastructure
IATA - Address Infrastructure Crisis to Secure Aviation’s Future
The Asia-Pacific region is center stage in the industry's overall growth, ensuring sufficient and cost-efficient infrastructure is a top priority Read more
Travel Advertising Trends
How to Measure the Impact of Your Travel Advertising: Lookback Windows Explained - By Dani Moragne
How to Measure the Impact of Your Travel Advertising: Lookback Windows Explained
Lookback windows are crucial for any travel marketer’s attribution model, because they assist you in measuring your marketing strategy. To help you understand this concept, let’s review the five W’s of lookback windows. Read more
Hotel Commissions
Some See Marriott Rate Cut As Step Toward Tiered Commissions - Travel Weekly
In the wake of Marriott International announcing cuts to its group commissions, some hotel industry analysts and agents are suggesting that the lower commissions might not be ironclad and that there could be a tiered-commission structure in the works for group bookings. Read more
Travel Agent Of The Future
The Travel Agent of the Future - Travel Mole
At the turn of the century, the travel industry was predicting the slow demise of bricks-and-mortar agents. Read more

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