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1. Asia Pacific Travelers Use ATMs as the Smarter Way to Access Cash
Asia Pacific Travelers Use ATMs as the Smarter Way to Access Cash. The survey, which covered 13 countries and territories found that almost half (46%) of respondents had withdrawn cash at an ATM overseas during their last holiday. Four in ten (38%) respondents also said they prefer to only take a small amount of cash to cover initial expenses and access more cash overseas when requ
2. Business Travelers Prefer Cards to Cash
Business Travelers Prefer Cards to Cash. Carrying less cash means less risk while on holiday according to 42% of respondents interviewed as part of Visas latest Travel Smart survey. This is one of the main reasons given for those who prefer cards to cash as their primary payment method when overseas.
3. IATA Expects Airline Industry to Remain Cash Negative Throughout 2021
IATA has announced that it expects the airline industry to remain cash negative throughout 2021. Previous analysis (November 2020) indicated that airlines would turn cash positive in the fourth quarter of 2021. At the industry level, airlines are now not expected to be cash positive until 2022. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 25 February 2021.
4. IHG's Priority Club launches Points & Cash Programme
IHG's Priority Club launches Points & Cash Programme. InterContinental Hotels Group's loyalty programme, Priority Club Rewards, has launched a Points & Cash promotion which allows members to redeem points with cash for reward night stays at any of IHGs more than 4,200 hotels worldwide.
5. Accors Thailand Hotels launch Cash Back Promotion
Accors Thailand Hotels launch Cash Back Promotion. Accor hotels throughout Thailand are now offering guests cash back incentives during their stay. The cash back credits can be used on services within the hotel such as restaurants, bars or even on treatments in the spa.
6. Etihad Airways Signs Citi as International Cash Management Bank Partner
Etihad Airways has expanded its partnership with Citi, the airline's international cash management bank partner. The new mandate, covering Etihad Airways' worldwide operations outside the GCC, will enable the airline to leverage Citis substantial investment in financial technology to further develop its cash management operations and help reduce costs.
7. United Airlines adds More Cash-Free Flights to Network
United Airlines adds More Cash-Free Flights to Network. Effective 2 September 2009, United Airlines will accept only credit and debit cards for most onboard purchases on its trans-Atlantic flights and on flights to and from Brazil and Argentina. From that date, cash will no longer be accepted onboard these flights, except for duty-free purchases.
8. Travelex, Bank of China and MasterCard Launch Cash Passport
Travelex, Bank of China and MasterCard Launch Cash Passport. Travelex, a leading foreign exchange specialist, has officially launched an innovative electronic travelers cheque named Cash Passport MasterCard, in collaboration with the Bank of China (BOC) and MasterCard. This is the first e-travelers cheque with MasterCard logo jointly launched by the three parties in mainland Chin

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