ATPI’s new ‘Endeavour’ aims to invest in a handful of disruptive technology travel startups over the next two years

Travel and events management business, the ATPI Group has launched a new technology-focused investment strategy to offer both financial backing and market knowledge to technology…..

Uber – is it all starting to unravel as new generation disruptors disrupt the original disruptors?

As the year, and decade, turns, ride-sharing group Uber, possibly the most controversial and newsworthy company of the 2010s (it was formed in Mar-2009 as…..

As UNTWO looks for better sustainable regulation of short term non-hotel accommodation – Airbnb enters the hotel market and hotel operators enter Airbnb’s market

It is always easy to tell that ‘disruption’ has turned into normality when organisations start to legislate for it. The travel and transport industries are…..

Airbnb – has it now just become a numbers game?; but what’s your city’s number?

Airbnb, HomeAway and other short-term rental platforms are classic disruptors. They have changed the hospitality industry by offering authentic, personal experiences at competitive rates. Understandably,…..

TravelPerk’s new booking cancellation tool brings flexible solution to forced or voluntary changes to travel plans

European online travel management platform, TravelPerk has launched FlexiPerk, a new product that gives business travellers unprecedented flexibility to cancel and get a refund on…..

‘It’s oh so quiet’ – new ‘Quiet Mode’ one of a range of new features available for Uber Black and Uber Black SUV rides

Since its formation, Uber has expanded mobility options by delivering new modes of transportation to the demands of users. With different price points for passengers…..

Freebird’s new partnership with Traxo aims to help companies better manage flight disruptions for any off-channel air bookings

Flight disruption can be anything from a mild annoyance to a costly rebooking exercise for businesses, whether they are a big multi-national organisation or a…..

L’État de siège – as yellow vests continue to wreak havoc in Paris air traffic growth will start to slow

Somewhat surprisingly, new data from France’s Directorate General for Civil Aviation shows commercial air traffic has risen 4.8% year over year in the first two…..

Air Passenger satisfaction in the UK in decline with handling of disruption and delays the biggest issues

A new study from the United Kingdom’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has revealed that overall consumer satisfaction with flying has fallen over the last two…..