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The travel industry continues to evolve. New ways to find transportation or a place to stay are popping up all the time, with AirBnB and Uber being just some of the most popular examples.
Airline offers Yukoners more connections via YYC
Delta, Boston's top global airline, will give Boston customers more flights and enhanced service in 2018, with new daily service to Charleston, S.C. as well as additional flights to four top business markets beginning June 8. New Saturday seasonal service to Aruba will also begin June 9.
Delta is kicking off the New Year with a 10 percent increase in peak-day seats at its Seattle hub for summer 2018.
Major airlines have started to impose bans on ‘Smart luggage’ – luggage that can charge phones or be driven around the airport.
Smart devices are becoming more and more prevalent in daily life, from televisions to thermostats to toasters. Devices with digital assistants, like Amazon’s Alexa or iOS’s Siri, are also expanding at a rapid pace. It makes sense that the hotel industry, with their focus on hospitality, would take advantage of this new technology to make their guests’ stays more comfortable.
Air China and Air Canada Expand Strategic Cooperation, Strengthening Canada-China Network in Advance of Full Joint Venture
WestJet announced that members of WestJet Rewards can now redeem their WestJet dollars on Member Exclusive fares to destinations in the Qantas Airways (Qantas) network including Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland.