The Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI) is accepting entries for its 59th annual Adrian Awards, which honors noteworthy achievement in travel advertising, digital marketing and public relations.
Yesterday, Enterprise Holdings' Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Vice President Greg Stubblefield stressed what has changed for consumers is the concept of 'access' rather than non-profit 'sharing' on a broad scale. His comments were made during the 'Differentiating Brands in a Sharing Economy' panel discussion at the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) Convention in Orlando.
Etihad Airways President and CEO James Hogan emphasized the importance of consumer choice and innovation as the fundamental drivers of competition in the international airline industry during a public conversation before an audience of approximately 4,000 attendees at the 2015 Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) Convention in Orlando, Fla.
Through analysis of 2014 purchasing patterns, Skyscanner saw that Thanksgiving week tickets booked during week 33 garnered a nearly 5.5 percent savings, while Christmas-time flights saw close to 19 percent savings, and New Years Eve air travel purchased during this week saw close to 15 percent in savings.
The selected contractor will assist the HTA in its objective of achieving and exceeding cruise targets with managed visitor distribution to all islands by maintaining and developing new cruise business and growing market share against competing destinations.
Highlights include Norwegian Star sailing to Asia, India, Australia and New Zealand; new three-, four-, six- and seven-day itineraries aboard Norwegian Epic from Port Canaveral; and new South American itineraries featuring Brazil aboard Norwegian Sun
United Airlines (UAL) today announced that Gerald (Gerry) Laderman has been named acting chief financial officer. He succeeds John Rainey, who has resigned to become chief financial officer at PayPal Holdings, Inc.
Consolidated passenger unit revenue (PRASM) for the month of July decreased 3.0 percent year over year, with pressure from foreign exchange, lower surcharges in international markets, and continued yield pressure in select domestic markets.