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121. Many Would-Be Travelers Stuck @ Home
Improved confidence among U.S. consumers has started to breathe some life back into the travel industry. But while hotel and air suppliers continue to benefit from the uplift in moral, a new Global Edition study from PhoCusWright reveals that many still are not spending.
122. Campus Perth to Redefine Student Accommodation in Australia
Exclusively for students, Campus Perth features flat sharing style apartments for four and six people, rooms for two and private studio apartments. Every room at Campus Perth comes equipped with the same set of features, gadgets and services such as free high-speed Wi-Fi, lockable drawers, en-suite bathrooms, individual study desks, card access doors, CCTV and USB charging hubs.
123. TripAdvisor Compares Cost of Holiday Rentals vs Hotels
A cost comparison from TripAdvisor, which features more than 630,000 holiday rental properties around the world, shows families and groups travelling for a week or more can save substantially by choosing a holiday rental, rather than a hotel. The study looks at the average cost of accommodation for a week’s stay in a two-bedroom holiday rental, as well as a week’s stay in two bedro
124. Hyatt Regency Hua Hin Opens Refurbished Presidential Villa
Hyatt Regency Hua Hin has opened its refurbished Presidential Villa in time for the festive season celebrations. Newly added features to the Villa include a new wooden floor entrance and an extended terrace outside the living room, an enhanced study room in the villa’s living room, a larger bathroom which includes an oversized bathtub and massage beds and shower room with a dual fu
125. Sabre Reveals Consumer Trends to Shape Guest Expectations in 2019 and Beyond
Sabre today released a study in partnership with TrendWatching which reveals the top consumer trends that could shape the hospitality industry in 2019 and beyond. While time-pressed travellers may wish to avoid other people during their stay, others will welcome companionship – even in virtual form. Travelers deeply accustomed to digital assistants, chatbots and more will look to t
126. Etihad Installs SITAOnAir’s EFB Weather Awareness Solution on 100+ Aircraft
Etihad Airways has deployed SITAOnAir’s EFB Weather Awareness Solution, eWAS, across more than 100 aircraft. SITAOnAir’s eWAS, developed in partnership with GTD, is a cloud-hosted application that allows pilots to study areas of turbulence along their flight paths, preparing them for alternative routing well in advance.
127. Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management Accredited in AU and UK
As a result of the accreditations, The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management is now recognised by the higher education authorities in the UAE, UK and Australia. In addition, the ongoing academic association with world-renowned hospitality school, Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, continues to enhance the quality of all study programmes.
128. Amadeus Studies Long Distance Rail Traffic in Europe
According to a recent study from Amadeus, The Rail Journey to 2020, long-distance passenger traffic will increase by an estimated 21% (2.2% annually) to reach over 1.36 billion by 2020, 238 million up compared to 2011 figures.

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