Week in Review
Buying Business Travel reports that the UK laptop ban has been lifted on Tunisia flights.
According to USA TODAY, Qantas is planning for a 20-hour non-stop flight from Australia to London.
Buying Business Travel reports that Vietnam Airlines and Garuda have agreed to an extended partnership including more codeshares.
Business Traveller notes that the disparity between business and economy classes is growing.
According to Buying Business Travel, corporate travel rewards specialist Rocketrip has signed deals with a range of new corporate clients.
Tnooz shares findings from a new study by Carlson Wagonlit Travel which reveals that 88% of business travelers find business travel easier to navigate thanks to technology.
Buying Business Travel notes that Labour leaders could vote against the addition of a third runway at Heathrow due to environmental concerns about pollution.
According to Skift, KLM has become the first non-Chinese airline to accept WeChat Pay.
Tnooz reports that Delta has added video chat to its customer service line-up.
Business Traveller claims that Portuguese immigration officers planned a walk-out on Thursday and Friday.
According to Buying Business Travel, Loganair signed a new distribution deal with Sabre.
NPR reports that China is relaunching their high-speed rail service, which happens to be the world’s fastest inter-city lines.
Buying Business Travel notes that Edinburgh Airport has begun working on a new £80 million extension to its terminal.
According to Skift, UK business travel is in a post-Brexit slump.
Business Traveller reports that Qatar Airways has launched a pre-order dining service enabling business and first class passengers to pre-order their main course up to 14 days before departure.
According to Hotelmarketing’com, hotels are making strides in measuring ancillary revenues.