Revue de la semaine

Selon Tech Crunch, the U.S. has lifted laptop bans from passengers flying with Etihad, Emirates and Turkish Airlines.

CNNMoney rapporte que the laptop ban was also lifted from Qatar Airways, since the airline meets all of DHS’ new security guidelines.

GBTA unveiled its Media Day line-up for GBTA Convention 2017, July 15-19 in Boston. More than two dozen companies will release their breaking news from the GBTA Broadcast Studio in the North Lobby on Sunday, July 16.

Selon Skift and a new report by SITA, airline passengers prefer interacting with employees instead of technology, even though 98 percent of passengers fly with at least one mobile device.

4Hôteliers notes that hospitality’s contribution to the UK economy grows faster than any other sector.

ÉTATS-UNIS AUJOURD'HUI rapporte que TSA Precheck has eclipsed five million members. The program initially began in December 2013 and offers expedited screening for travelers.

Selon Voyage d'affaires, Singapore Airlines has unveiled a Highflyer business loyalty program designed to reward small and medium-sized enterprises and their employees.

The same source claims that TSA has begun trialing fingerprint identification at select U.S. airports.

Skift rapporte que robots at South Korean airports are helping passengers find their gates. The robots also assist with keeping airport floors clean.

Selon 4Hôteliers, KAYAK launched a new feature that enables users to search by emoji.

Voyage hebdomadaire notes that Sabre has unveiled a personalized flight search capability.

Selon Bloomberg, pilots can be grounded at 65. The EU Court of Justice said that “physical capabilities essential to the profession of an airline pilot diminish with age.”

TravelDailyNews International rapporte que Lufthansa and Fraport signed an agreement on short-term cost savings and further growth.

The same source also shared news of Aeroflot’s partnership with Alipay.