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How Border Control Technology Could Ease the Spread of Covid-19
How Border Control Technology Could Ease the Spread of Covid-19

The return to an open and robust air travel industry is dependent on many factors including containment of the virus, development of vaccines, a resumption of corporate travel, strong consumer confidence and the lifting of travel restrictions. Technology can help to facilitate this process by enabling contract tracing that... Keep Reading

Routehappy's Robert Albert Steps Down
Routehappy's Robert Albert Steps Down

About a decade after founding and leading flight shopping information hub Routehappy, Bob Albert is stepping down. Albert pioneered a vast database of details about flights and amenities, creating such terms as "Universal Ticket Attributes" to show perks and restrictions that come with a ticket and "Universal Product... Keep Reading

IATA Maps Path to Safe Airline Industry Recovery
IATA Maps Path to Safe Airline Industry Recovery

During the past several months, the International Air Transport Association has been cooperating with travel industry and medical groups to develop a "restart" program that advises of the most effective measures of preventing Covid-19 spread as airlines restore and rebuild service. IATA director of passenger and facilitation... Keep Reading

Qatar Airways Rebuilding U.S. Service
Qatar Airways Rebuilding U.S. Service

Over the next few weeks, Qatar Airways will increase service to the United States. The carrier had maintained service to Dallas-Fort Worth and Chicago, and on Friday, it will resume flights to New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport. On July 1, it will resume service to Boston, Los Angeles and Washington Dulles. Eric... Keep Reading

New Name, New Structure: O'Hara Talks TMC Reorg
New Name, New Structure: O'Hara Talks TMC Reorg

The former Travel Leaders Group in the past month made several moves to reorganize its structure, including unveiling its new name, Internova. The travel agency group also merged its Travel Leaders Corporate and Altour agencies under the latter's name and said it would do likewise for Tzell and Protravel. CEO... Keep Reading

After Acquisition, RMA and Addison Lee Plan for Post-Covid-19 Rebound
After Acquisition, RMA and Addison Lee Plan for Post-Covid-19 Rebound

RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation earlier this year acquired the North American division of U.K.-based Addison Lee Group, creating a combined network of more than 25,000 customers and 20 million annual passengers. RMA CEO Robert Alexander and Addison Lee Group North America president Michael Fogarty spoke recently to... Keep Reading

Covid-19: Where Will We Be a Year from Now?
Covid-19: Where Will We Be a Year from Now?

The entire world is reeling from the Covid-19 pandemic. Healix International/HX Global chief medical officer Dr. Adrian Hyzler answered some of the questions the company has been receiving from clients and partners around the globe. ... Keep Reading

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