Guest Post: A tale of two airlines and tech’s role in the battle for customers

By Travolution By Boyan Manev, vice-president business development and product marketing at airfare search solutions firm Vayant It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. At least for two of Europe’s largest low-cost carriers, who are now looking to refresh the low-cost model as competition for the customer is set toContinue reading “Guest Post: A tale of two airlines and tech’s role in the battle for customers”

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Tui Travel to push for widening of package law scope

Tui Travel to push for widening of package law scope By Ian Taylor Tui Travel will lobby in Europe to have the proposed Package Travel Directive tightened and airline sales of holidays redefined as ‘customised packages’ rather than ‘assisted travel arrangements’. If successful, Tui’s proposals would extend the liabilities of a package organiser to airlinesContinue reading “Tui Travel to push for widening of package law scope”

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Tui and Thomas Cook press ahead with £120m Nats sell-off

Tui and Thomas Cook press ahead with £120m Nats sell-off Jan 07, 2013 Tui and Thomas Cook could share £120 million through the sale of their stakes in National Air Traffic Services (Nats). The two travel groups are reported to have started the process of selling the 12% they own in the UK’s air trafficContinue reading “Tui and Thomas Cook press ahead with £120m Nats sell-off”

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