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Business travel emissions drop as many firms fly less - Almost half of 217 global firms cut their business travel carbon emissions by at least 50% between 2019 and 2022.
Dec 18, 2023 • Travel
Microsoft, Priceline & Amadeus on the future of the trip - Panelists zoned in on opportunities generative AI presents for the travel industry, highlighting a few that seem to have the industry captivated.
Dec 18, 2023 • Travel
International tourism ends 2023 close to 90% of pre-pandemic levels - UNWTO data shows that international tourism has almost completely recovered with many destinations reaching or even exceeding pre-pandemic arrivals.
Dec 18, 2023 • Travel
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The biggest travel trends for 2024 - Condé Nast Traveller shares 20 travel trends likely to guide how we see the world in 2024.
Dec 18, 2023 • Travel
US hotel profits grow despite dip in demand - Revenue from hotel food and beverage operations helped to drive U.S. hotel profitability in October.
Dec 18, 2023 • Hospitality
Accor targeting carbon emissions - The company shed light on some of its initiatives to reduce carbon emissions that lead it to a more sustainable future for hospitality.
Dec 18, 2023 • Hospitality
Hilton hotels in the UK add carbon labels to food menus - Consumers have become accustomed to seeing calorie counts on menus but now guests can expect to see emissions information as well.
Dec 18, 2023 • Hospitality
How Hilton maximized results with full-funnel marketing campaigns - Customers are reevaluating their approach to travel, and the hotel brand has been actively engaged in exploring consumer preferences.
Dec 18, 2023 • Hospitality
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