No passport required on some JetBlue flights. Having your face scanned to ensure you are who you say you are may sound like something out of a dystopian film or science-fiction movie, but that’s exactly where the future of air travel is heading.
Continue reading JetBlue Is Expanding Its Use of Facial Recognition Technology
It will be fascinating to see whether consumers embrace booking various elements of travel using Google Assistant. Perhaps more interesting is the way that Google Maps has become an all-purpose superapp in recent years. Google Maps is an integral part of travel for many of its users, and a variety of new features are likely to make Google’s other services just as important.
Continue reading Google Expands Power Over Local Discovery and Travel Tools
With hardly any fanfare other than a press release, American Airlines this week rolled out a new addition to its fleet—the Airbus A321neo. Continue reading American Airlines Discreetly Introduces New Plane
Even many seasoned travelers have overhead-bin anxiety. Can Boeing and Airbus find a way to make it easier to match travelers with bin space? Continue reading Overhead Bins Stir Lots of Flyer Anxiety: Digital Tech Is Here to Help
Almost two weeks after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grounded all Boeing 737 MAX jets, and still without a clear timeline for them to go back into service, airlines are still dealing with the impact. Continue reading Boeing 737 MAX Update: Flight Cancellations Continue for American Airlines, Southwest
Some innovative hotels, airlines, and cruise operators are using premium content to deepen their connection with guests and enhance consumer experience.
Continue reading The Hotels, Airlines and Cruise Brands Using Premium Content to Build Loyalty
As governments and big corporations adopt blockchain solutions to persistent challenges, one shouldn’t lose sight of the fact that blockchain’s ledger technology can be used to surveil and persecute travelers. Continue reading Blockchain for Travel Security Measures
Overall it’s not a huge deal, but we all know that the fewer hurdles put in front of travelers, the more traveling they’ll do. Continue reading U.S. Citizens Will Soon Need Visas to Visit Most of Europe