Mobile

Technology changing the travel landscape: Eye for Travel conference

During the two day conference in London, Eyefor Travel gathered some of the travel industry’s top players...

6 emerging technologies shaping mobile travel in 2017

Technology is an evolutionary game being played out on consumers’ smartphones. Just recently, industry...

5 drivers accelerating mobile travel in 2017

Mobile is becoming a critical means to winning traveller loyalty. Underpinning this growing shift...


Mobile, 5G and travellers: the next elements in a connected world

In today’s ultra-connected world, it is evident that Mobile has become an essential element in our everyday...

The click is dead – all channels lead to mobile

Airlines, hotels, tour operators and rail providers, among other segments of the travel industry, are focusing...

Mobile travel retailers set to disrupt industry landscape

It would have been a laughable notion years ago, but with the ubiquity of mobile devices, the rise of mobile-only...


Making the most of mobile payments in travel, beyond the wallet wars

Mobile payments is a hot topic right now, with major technology players promoting their wallets and new companies...

No more waiting on hold: mobile chat apps and bots set to transform travel

Who enjoys queuing to check-in to a hotel? How about being put on hold for flight assistance? Or finding...

Startup co-founder shares insights on success of Hotel Tonight app

Some of the top global innovators gathered in Madrid to connect with companies and investors at...


How travel players could leverage augmented reality applications like Pokémon Go

It’s hard not to notice. You can’t read a newspaper, open a news site, or have a look at your Facebook...

Mobile having big impact on travel planning in Middle East

With Ramadan underway, travel companies serving Muslim countries should be focusing their sales efforts...

How South African Airways took digital channel sales to the next level

When it comes to air travel, it’s no longer enough to simply live up to the status quo. Travellers...