Dubai’s flagship airline Emirates has introduced an innovative new function on its app to allow customers to create bespoke playlists ahead of their flight and sync it to their seats once on board.
The value of UAE online travel sales in 2018 is forecast to reach $1.98 billion, driven by a growing population, an increasing number of tourists, and UAE residents’ shift towards digital services.
Emirates passengers travelling from or transiting through Dubai International Airport (DXB) can expect fewer instances of delays associated with aircraft turnaround thanks to a new innovative application built in-house by Emirates called the Hub Monitor, WAM reported.
Utilising data analytics and improving cybersecurity should be among the key priorities of aviation organisations, according to experts at the 6th annual World Aviation Safety Summit.
Eighty percent of hotel searches and 60 per cent of travel searches in the Middle East and North Africa, MENA region, are made using mobile phones, demonstrating the importance of a digital, social and mobile first strategy when designing booking platforms, according to a recent study.
Dnata has that it acquired a majority stake in bd4travel (Big Data for Travel), a tech company that provides artificial intelligence(AI)-driven IT solutions to online travel agencies.
The collaborative offer will see visitors to Dubai from Australia, Egypt, France, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa avail special offers from Uber on bookings made between 26 September to 10 December 2018.
Panasonic has introduced the latest flagship model of the popular “Travel Zoom” TZ Series the LUMIX DMC-TZ220.
Flytxt has launched Robo-X, a first-of-its-kind Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Customer Engagement, which harnesses AI and machine learning to produce better marketing outcomes.
Emirates will now be able to diligently track bags that flow through its Dubai hub for departing, arriving and connecting customers.