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Week in Review

According to Reuters, Qatar Airways has completed its 10 percent stake purchase of LATAM Airlines in a transaction worth $608.4 million USD.

Buying Business Travel shares Etihad Airways has agreed to new codeshare deals with Montenegro Airlines and Tanzania’s Precision Air.

According to USA TODAYDelta has reached an agreement with Boeing to cancel an order for 18 Dreamliners, which it inherited via its 2008 merger with Northwest.

Skift notes the Chinese government plans to invest $504 billion to expand the country’s high-speed rail network between now and 2020.

According to Skift, new research suggests the hotel of the future will be more focused on the customer experience.

Buying Business Travel reports European hotel rates are on the rise. The average hotel rate grew by 1.5 percent in November.

According to AviationPros, airports have begun to invest heavily in digital technology to improve passenger journeys.


This week’s list comes from Stamford Advocate. Have a safe and happy New Year!

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