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British Airways trials VR entertainment on select flights

British Airways has partnered SkyLights to offer some passengers their own 3D cinema in the skies as the airline trials a virtual reality (VR)...

Princess Cruises rolls out high-speed Wi-Fi to more ships

Princess Cruises will be expanding its high-speed Wi-Fi, MedallionNet, to six more ships come 2020: Grand Princess (February 21), Diamond Princess (March 15), Majestic...

Sabre unveils consumer retail trends influencing hospitality

Today's travellers crave flexibility, personalisation and a seamless shopping experience, according to Sabre Corporation's recent consumer trends study. The global travel tech provider partnered with...

The art of not planning: Is there a price to spontaneity...

If Google gets any more powerful than it is now, the sheer amount of data the tech goliath has on users can easily influence the way travellers seek out information and plan their trips.

Asian travellers are embracing alternative payment methods

Travellers around the world are increasingly paying for their travel with alternative payment methods such as e-wallets and bank transfers, more often than cards...

Travel trends and why they matter to agents

Sundar Narasimhan, senior vice president of Sabre's labs and product strategy, breaks down technology transformations that will affect travel agencies' traditional way of doing business.

Grab expands super app ambitions into hotel bookings, event tickets

No longer content to be just a ride-hailing and food delivery app, Singapore-based Grab has unveiled its ambitions to become a bigger, better super...

Tech to create billions in savings for tourism industry: ATM

The impact of disruptive technologies on the tourism industry is set to create multibillion dollar savings through the use of Internet of Things (IoT),...

China’s hotels smarten up

Robot bellboys, facial recognition technology and fully automated check-ins are becoming a norm among hotels in China

How voice assistants are changing our lives

Siri, Alexa, Cortana and Google Assistant are names that have recently become familiar to many people throughout the world. Many of us call upon them from time to time to help us with mundane tasks such as web browsing and Internet searches, making phone calls, checking weather information or playing music.

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