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153. Asia Pacific Travel and Entertainment Corporate Card Spend Rose 44% in 2006
Asia Pacific Travel and Entertainment Corporate Card Spend Rose 44% in 2006. A new global survey commissioned by Visa International and the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE Global) and conducted by analyst firm Aberdeen Group has revealed a 44% increase in travel and entertainment spending on corporate cards in Asia Pacific during 2006, compared with 2005. This was
154. Airline Passengers Say Yes to Technology but Mobile Usage Still Low
More than 90% of airline passengers say technology helps them when travelling but using a smartphone for travel services has yet to go main stream. This is despite the finding that three quarters of passengers carry a smartphone according to results of the 2013 SITA/Air Transport World Passenger IT Trends Survey released this week.
155. Smartphones Fuel Self-Service Revolution at Airports
The number of smartphones carried by airline passengers has doubled over the last year making them an important tool for travelers wishing to check-in remotely, access flight information on the go, or use an emerging range of flight-related applications, according to the 2011 SITA - Air Transport World Passenger Self-Service Survey published on Tuesday.
156. Passengers @ Beijing Airport Want More Self-Service
The 2012 SITA / Air Transport World Passenger Self-Service Survey shows a strong interest among passengers at Beijing International Airport to use more mobile self-services. Over 90% want to search for flights and receive flight updates and boarding passes on their mobile phones. Some 71% of passengers surveyed in Beijing were carrying a smartphone, allowing them easy access to suc
157. Atlanta Travellers Lead the World on Smartphone and Self-Service Adoption
Smartphone adoption among passengers at the worlds busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta, has jumped from 28% to 75% in the last 12 months, fueling one of the highest rates of self-service use at any airport in the world. The 2011 SITA/Air Transport World Passenger Self-Service Survey found that frequent, or occasional, use of self-service channels among Atlanta passengers i
158. Kiosk Check-In Gets Thumbs Up from Frankfurt Passengers
Kiosk Check-In Gets Thumbs Up from Frankfurt Passengers. International travellers using Frankfurt Airport have a significant preference for kiosk-check-in; and checking-in a bag is not seen as a major obstacle in the self-service check-in process. A new global passenger survey, which includes Frankfurt for the first time, has found that 85% of respondents at the European hub servin
159. Do Consumers Embrace Ethical Shopping in Asia Pacific?
Do Consumers Embrace Ethical Shopping in Asia Pacific?. More consumers across Asia Pacific are shopping with a conscience, according to the results of the latest MasterCard survey on Ethical Spending. Social responsibility and sustainability remain high on the agenda for the regions shoppers with 70% of respondents saying that they made fair trade purchasing choices in the last tw
160. Travel Agents in Asia Realistic but Not Downbeat about Future Travel Prospsects
Travel Agents in Asia Realistic but Not Downbeat about Future Travel Prospsects. Results from the survey also revealed 68% of the travel agents surveyed felt that short getaways in the region will be their strongest growing category while 12% felt that long-haul travel to U.S., Europe, and Middle East etc will take the lead in their bookings. It was also found that travel agents fe

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