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65. United Airlines to Accept PayPal for Inflight Purchases
United Airlines is set to become one of the first airlines in the world to accept PayPal as a payment option for inflight purchases. Starting next month, United customers on select flights will be able to simply show a flight attendant the PayPal QR Code in the PayPal app and use it to buy snacks, drinks and other inflight purchases while onboard, even when there is no WiFi availab
66. Ascott Opens First lyf in China; Signs Second lyf in Bangkok, Thailand
Ascott has expanded its lyf portfolio to a total of 17 properties with over 3,000 units in 13 cities and nine countries. The expanded portfolio includes the newly opened lyf Mid-Town Hangzhou, Ascotts first lyf-branded co-living property in China. The company has also secured a management contract for its second lyf property in Thailand, lyf Riverside Bangkok. Published by TravelN
67. NDC - Exclusive Interview with Kathy Morgan of Sabre Travel Solutions
NDC (New Distribution Capability) has been described as 'an important enabler of Sabres vision for personalized travel'. But what exactly is NDC, and what role does Sabre play in its development and future growth? Those are just two of the questions that Steven Howard of TravelNewsAsia.com asks Kathy Morgan, Vice President - Offer Sourcing at Sabre Travel Solutions. Published by T
68. Elephant (ช้าง) Conservation, Jungle Bubbles and Tourism in Thailand - I
During the Mekong Tourism Advisory Group's (MeTAG) inaugural Experts Call on 10 March 2021, John Roberts, Director of the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation in Thailand, said he was concerned that in the rush to restart tourism, the hospitality industry may forget lessons learned from when nature was given a chance to rejuvenate away from mass tourism. Published by TravelNew
69. Outrageous Airport and ANSP Charges Will Stall Recovery, IATA Warns
IATA used its AGM in Boston earlier this week to warn the industry that planned increases in charges by airports and air navigation service providers (ANSPs) will stall recovery in air travel and damage international connectivity. Confirmed airport and ANSP charges increases have already reached $2.3 billion and further increases could be ten fold that number if proposals already t
70. How's Business in Laos? Interview with Hotelier and MD of EXO Travel Laos, Duangmala Phommavong
Duangmala Phommavong, hotelier and MD of EXO Travel Laos, gives us an insight into what is happening in the beautiful landlocked country of Laos, what she has done with the two hotels - Villa Maly and Parasol Blanc - that she owns in Luang Prabang, and what role the growing middle class in the country have played in helping to build domestic tourism. All that and much, much more in
71. Quarantine Remains Biggest Deterrent to Air Travel
A survey commissioned by IATA of 4,700 people in 11 markets in September shows confidence that the risks of COVID19 can be effectively managed and that the freedom to travel should be restored. The biggest deterrent to air travel continues to be quarantine measures. 84% of respondents indicated that they will not travel if there is a chance of quarantine at their destination. Publi
72. Airline Network Planning in 2021 and Beyond - Interview with Cem Tanyel, Sabre Travel Solutions
Sabre today published its latest whitepaper - The Art & Science of Airline Network Planning to Ramp up for Recovery - as the airline industry gradually turns its attention to longer term planning once more, and away from the short-term operational focus that was necessary earlier in the pandemic. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 12 July 2021.

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