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1. Travel News Asia Offering Subscribers WhatsApp Option
Travel News Asia has become one of the first travel industry news outlets in the world to start offering subscribers its Daily Travel News service via WhatsApp. The WhatsApp service is available to all current and new subscribers. If you would like to learn how to subscribe to the free Latest Travel News Daily WhatsApp service, please
2. AirAsia Adds Ava the Chatbot to WhatsApp
AirAsia has expanded the role of Ava, the companys chatbot, to the popular messaging application, WhatsApp. Customers can chat with Ava directly in WhatsApp, on +601135165078, by simply sending the message hi to get started.
3. Etihad Airways Launches WhatsApp Service
Etihad Airways has launched a WhatsApp Business solution, allowing passengers at Abu Dhabi International Airport to communicate instantly with the airline via the popular messaging app.
4. WHO Launches COVID19 WhatsApp Service in Arabic, French and Spanish
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has expanded its WhatsApp service to those who speak Arabic, French and Spanish. The easy-to-use messaging service, which was already available in English, has the potential to reach 2 billion people and enables WHO to get information directly into the hands of the people that want it.
5. WhatsApp More Popular Than FB in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and India
When it comes to country comparisons, there are major differences. In Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, Facebook dominates all three travel phases (before, during and after the trip). However, in Singapore, Malaysia and India, Facebook is the place to search before and share after the trip, while WhatsApp is used to stay in touch durin
6. Cathay Pacific Adds WhatsApp to Customer Service Options
Cathay Pacific customers can now contact the airline via a new WhatsApp service. Customers with a phone number beginning with the Hong Kong prefix +852 can chat with the airline's Customer Care team by messaging them on +852 2747 2747. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 11 January 2021.
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Travel industry news from the world's travel trade, aviation and hospitality industries. The latest travel news we feature covers mainly Asia Pacific and Australasia but also extends to the Middle East, Europe and the US. We cover appointments, new deals, rebrandings, new technology, new routes, and much, much more. A free daily travel industry news email and rss feed are also avai
8. Warwick Targets 25 Hotels by 2025
Warwick Hotels & Resorts has unveiled a target of having 25 hotels, representing 2,500 rooms, by 2025. The company currently operates 16 hotels in the MENA region spread across Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and Lebanon, both in the 4 and 5-star categories.

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