Owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, airfare and hotel rate price assurance provider Yapta failed to deliver on first-quarter revenue targets and is unlikely to hit expectations in its first full year of operations under Coupa, its new publicly traded owner.
Following temporary furloughs, voluntary severance packages and other cost-cutting moves in the wake of Covid-19's destructive path, Sabre on Thursday announced it is downsizing its workforce with further cuts and hastening a years-long realignment of its organizational structure.
Deem has won buy-in from around two dozen travel management companies for its newly launched market development fund program. As part of what the Enterprise Holdings-owned corporate travel tech provider is calling the Deem Collective, it will front TMCs marketing money and customize marketing assets to drive adoption of Deem's agency-backed tech, particularly the Deem Rise product for small and midsize businesses.
Edward Hasbrouck, a consultant to The Identity Project, a program of the First Amendment Project, submitted the following letter in response to an article this week.
As the world tunes in to the risk of contagion and air travel's role in its spread, the U.S. government this year has moved to collect via airlines additional passenger contact details for Covid-19 contact tracing and other public health purposes.
British Airways in recent weeks has expanded the long-haul routes on which it sells additional price points exclusively through direct channels and New Distribution Capability-based connections, according to BA notices to agents.