Archive

August 2013

Amadeus: the brain behind my holidays

For over 20 years, my family and I have spent our summers at our lovely house in a Mediterranean beach...

From Russia with love: Emerging market travellers poised to change less frequented destinations

“Come here!” shouts the Russian mother to her toddler, as she descends from her black SUV along with...

A sustainable future: Amadeus to build state-of-art office in Bad Homburg

Today, along with our future landlord Bad Homburg Horexstraße 1 GmbH, we’ve laid the foundation stone...


Planning rail travel in Europe requires the guile of a secret agent and the patience of a saint

It could be that I watch too many films and read too many books, but when I think of European rail travel...

Visit us at IS Week in Amman, Jordan from 17 – 20 September

We’ll be taking part in the Second Integrated Settlement Week (IS Week) in Amman, Jordan from the 17th...

Following the well-trodden path of leisure travel provides valuable lessons for corporations

According to PhocusWright, 48% of travel bookings worldwide are made on the Internet. Online travel agencies,...


Amadeus Corporate Travel event reveals top 3 priorities for travel managers in Asia Pacific

Without a doubt, corporate travel in Asia Pacific is on the rise. Booming economies, new business traveller...

Switzerland: Not just punctuality and amazing views – also emerging market tourism at its best!

As a former Swissair employee, I would say I have some sort of emotional attachment to all things...

Diving deep into Airline Operations Research

Amadeus recently participated in the AGIFORS Revenue Management and Strategic & Schedule Planning...


Amadeus offices around the world: Central & West Africa

Did you know that Central & West Africa (CWA) is larger than the United States and is served by one Amadeus...

At the races in the West of France

Engines sputtering, a strong smell of petrol in the air, excited spectators cheering on the fastest contenders…You'd...

Business travelers – make yourself at home!

Fewer and shorter trips, economy class on airplanes, and four or even three-star hotels are the new norm...