Travel Tech President Says Department of Transportation Should Put the Interests of Airline Consumers First
The Travel Technology Association (Travel Tech) today issued the following statement regarding the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) decision to withdraw two notices of proposed rulemakings aimed at protecting consumers. » Read news
Skip your travel agent and those comparison booking sites. That's what more hotels want you to do, and they're pulling out all the stops to persuade you to do it.
But should you?» Read news
As Amazon weighs bids from cities and states around the country vying to be selected as the home of their new headquarters, the company that promises to bring drone delivery to everyone must consider whether a suitor city has exhibited technology-friendly policies. There is no better indicator of a city's mindset toward technology and innovation than how that city has treated the sharing economy. » Read news
With major hotel brands like Wyndham, Hyatt, Choice, Accor and Four Seasons now offering short term rentals, perhaps it’s time for the hotel industry to see the future, stop their frivolous and baseless campaign against short term rentals and work to enact policies that meet the needs and growing demands of the traveling public. » Read news