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News / Online
How a regional airline is becoming a leader in sustainability
By Kathryn Walson | October 24, 2022
In June, the Swedish airline Braathens held what it claims to be the first regional flight using 100% sustainable aviation fuel. Read More
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Standardized data key to air industry sustainability
By Kathryn Walson | October 12, 2022
ATPCO panelists say sustainable aviation initiatives can only work with transparency and industry standardization. Read More
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News / Technology
Travelers call for tech-enabled solutions at international borders
By Kathryn Walson | October 3, 2022
According to a report from Accenture, three-quarters of travelers expect international border processes to look dramatically different by the end of this decade. Read More
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state of accessible travel - part one
By Johanna Jainchill, Christina Jelski & Robert Silk - Travel Weekly | September 23, 2022
Travel companies are working to improve the travel experience for the disabled. Advocates say it just makes good business sense. Read More
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How payments can maximize the airline retailing opportunity
By Jill Menze | September 15, 2022
According to a new report from McKinsey, airlines stand to earn an additional $14 billion on top of the $40 billion airline retailing opportunity by strategically addressing payments. Read More
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Q&A: Doug Lansky on the efficacy of carbon offsetting schemes
By Jill Menze | September 13, 2022
The destination management and tourism specialist explains why offsetting schemes sound “too good to be true.” Read More
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Does climate change mean summer holidays are over for good?
By Carlos Cendra - Mabrian | September 8, 2022
As warmer weather trends continue, the travel industry needs to rethink its whole approach to summer holidays. Read More
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Expedia Group launches new social impact, sustainability strategy
By Jill Menze | September 7, 2022
Expedia Group's Open World social impact and sustainability strategy addresses the traveler experience, community engagement and environmental impact. Read More
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Digital regulation gets go-ahead in Europe
By Linda Fox | July 28, 2022
Travel companies see a more level playing field and innovation coming out of the European Commission's Digital Markets Act. Read More
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Tour operators frustrated with new national parks reservation system
By Nicole Edenedo - Travel Weekly | July 27, 2022
A well-intended measure to promote sustainability is backfiring, causing tour operators to lose bookings. Read More
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Business travel industry facing challenges outside of COVID
By Jill Menze | June 24, 2022
Travel managers and suppliers cite government policies and staffing shortages as challenges to recovery. Read More
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WTTC offers destinations guidelines to boost resilience against future shocks
By Mitra Sorrells | June 16, 2022
The World Travel and Tourism Council's latest report explains the link between short-term resilience and long-term sustainability.  Read More
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Opinion / Technology
Using psychology over fear to market safe travel
By Michael Becker - GeoSure | June 14, 2022
Empowering people with accurate data can help them make smarter decisions while traveling. Read More
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VIDEO: Overcoming the complexities of multimodal travel
By PhocusWire | June 8, 2022
Speaking during PhocusWire Pulse, Omio’s Naren Shaam explains the opportunities and challenges in digitizing ground transportation. Read More
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WeTravel launches Women in Travel resource hub
By Jill Menze | May 26, 2022
WeTravel Academy’s Women in Travel vertical is designed to better support and represent individuals who identify as women in the travel industry. Read More