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Resumen de la semana

With the holidays just around the corner, Viajero de negocios reports on aviation strikes that may affect you.

De acuerdo a Compra de viajes de negocios, risk management company iJet International acquired UK crisis management company Red24.

Reuters informes American Airlines won $15 million in an antitrust case against Sabre. The jury awarded the airline $5.1 million, which will be tripled under federal antitrust law.

De acuerdo a Compra de viajes de negocios, Delta and Aeromexico have accepted conditions for a joint venture. They will be granted antitrust immunity for agreeing to conditions established by the Department of Transportation.

Bloomberg notas Airbnb is in the process of developing a service for booking air travel. The company may acquire an online travel agency or license data from a provider like Amadeus or Sabre.

De acuerdo a Compra de viajes de negocios, la UK government is launching a consultation on operating drones near aircraft after reports of 59 near-misses over the past year.

Tnooz informes Expedia is now integrated with TripAdvisor’s Instant booking platform, allowing users to book through the online travel agency without leaving the TripAdvisor website.

De acuerdo a EE.UU. HOY EN DÍA, Delta Air Lines and Alaska Airlines announced the termination of their partnership. As of April 2017, their codesharing and frequent-flier partnerships will end.

Viajero de negocios shares news of a codeshare partnership between Jet Airways’ loyalty program JetPrivilege and Delta Air Lines’ loyalty program SkyMiles.

De acuerdo a Reuters, Iran sealed a deal with Airbus for 100 aircraft, shortly following an agreement with Boeing for 80 aircraft.

With Asia-Pacific booming as the world’s largest travel market, 4Hoteleros Comparte how hoteliers must adapt to meet the expectations of travelers in the region. HotelMarketing.com provides tips on how revenue strategists can manage rate and distribution strategies in a market of expanding supply.

De acuerdo a USA TODAY, Delta has altered its in-flight medical policies after an incident in mid-October in which flight attendants doubted a black doctor’s credentials and prevented her from assisting a man in a health crisis. Delta’s attendants are no longer required to verify medical credentials.

Hotelmarketing.com states the online hotel booking market is expected to exceed $100 billion in 2016.

De acuerdo a KKTV 11 News, la TSA has taken to social media to answer questions regarding prohibited items on flights. Users send a picture of the item in question to TSA via social media and receive an answer within 20 minutes.