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Qantas reducing passenger pain with analytics tool to reduce delays
Qantas reducing passenger pain with analytics tool to reduce delays
By Linda Fox | June 27, 2016
The travel industry is often preached to about the benefits of data - big and small - to target customers better, personalise and generally make businesses more efficient. It's told about the incre Read More
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Virtual reality is the new Instagram
Virtual reality is the new Instagram
By Viewpoints | February 15, 2016
Vacations are all about the experience and, in planning them, travelers typically take to social media to get an idea of what a particular destination has to offer. NB: This is a viewpoint by Abi M Read More
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Qantas picks up flight safety video baton, move over Air New Zealand
Qantas picks up flight safety video baton, move over Air New Zealand
By Linda Fox | January 28, 2016
It looks like Qantas wants to grab some attention back for itself and Australia with its latest inflight safety video. For some time airlines have not only been thinking of the safety clips for the Read More
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Qantas sees its biggest opportunity is in harnessing Big Data
Qantas sees its biggest opportunity is in harnessing Big Data
By Kevin May | October 9, 2015
CEO Alan Joyce has won plenty of plaudits (at least from his peers and money folk) for the reversal of fortunes at beleaguered airline Qantas. The carrier was on its knees financially a few years b Read More
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Turning flight disruption into opportunity (and showing TLC) via technology
Turning flight disruption into opportunity (and showing TLC) via technology
By Kevin May | September 23, 2015
There are delicate balances to be had all around the travel industry, especially when it comes to dealing with customers. But no more so than when flights are delayed or cancelled and passengers ar Read More
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Why have so few airlines achieved super self-serve status?
Why have so few airlines achieved super self-serve status?
By Kevin May | September 8, 2015
The International Air Transport Association wants 80% of global air passengers being offered a complete range of self-service tools by 2020. In some respects this seems like a relatively simple tas Read More
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Selling dreams, delivering nightmares, how airline personalisation helps
Selling dreams, delivering nightmares, how airline personalisation helps
By Linda Fox | June 8, 2015
You're in a travel technology conference and someone starts a presentation by saying it's time for a comfort break as they have nothing new to say. What do you do? Listen more intently? Leave the r Read More
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SOS alert to the travel industry! Tap the brakes on your Apple Watch investments
SOS alert to the travel industry! Tap the brakes on your Apple Watch investments
By Glenn Gruber | April 7, 2015
The allure of Shiny Object Syndrome (SOS) is strong. And whether it be "a-loo-minium" or gold, Apple’s Watch is very shiny. We’re at a very interesting time with Apple Watch, about halfway between Read More
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Qantas becomes latest airline to offer bidding for premium upgrades
Qantas becomes latest airline to offer bidding for premium upgrades
By Nick Vivion | February 16, 2015
Qantas has released a new product called Bid Now Upgrades which offers frequent fliers the opportunity to bid for an upgrade using miles. Travelers in Economy and Premium Economy are eligible to bi Read More
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Some Qantas fliers to get virtual reality headsets
Some Qantas fliers to get virtual reality headsets
By Sean O'Neil | January 29, 2015
Qantas will soon offer virtual-reality headsets to select first-class passengers to see if they like the devices' three-dimensional spin on in-flight entertainment. The Samsung VR Gear headsets are Read More
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Travel MARKETING roundup - January 2014
Travel MARKETING roundup - January 2014
By PhocusWire | January 30, 2014
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel MARKETING in tourism and hospitality for January 2014. 30 January 2014: CheapAir connects each customer with a personal travel advi Read More
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Qantas puts on the afterburners to move back on top - Top Australia travel websites, June 2013
Qantas puts on the afterburners to move back on top - Top Australia travel websites, June 2013
By PhocusWire | July 29, 2013
Qantas has soared past sister carrier Jetstar to retake pole position in the list of leading travel websites in Australia. Read More
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Webjet scoops market leading position from Wotif - Top Australia travel websites, May 2013
Webjet scoops market leading position from Wotif - Top Australia travel websites, May 2013
By PhocusWire | June 11, 2013
All change at the top of the list of the most popular travel websites in Australia, after Wotif lost its crown to rival agency site Webjet during May. Read More
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Wotif and Webjet vie for pole position - Top Australia travel websites, April 2013
Wotif and Webjet vie for pole position - Top Australia travel websites, April 2013
By Kevin May | May 21, 2013
Extremely narrow gap at the top of the leading travel websites in Australia, with Wotif taking a fraction of a lead over rival online travel agency brand Webjet. Read More
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Qantas stretches lead in number one spot - Top Australia travel websites, February 2013
Qantas stretches lead in number one spot - Top Australia travel websites, February 2013
By Kevin May | March 20, 2013
Qantas has a 4% market share lead at the top of the leading airline websites in Australia, reigning over sister brand Jetstar, Virgin Australia and Tiger Airways. Read More
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