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Marriott Bonvoy, Marriott International’s award-winning travel programme and marketplace, has released a redesigned, more intuitive version of its Android mobile app, just in time for the anticipated busy summer travel season.

With its strategy to enhance digitalisation during this year, the Swiss International Hotels & Resorts’ launches a new mobile app, which will be key in meeting the needs of its diverse stakeholders.

Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, recently introduced Apple Pay on the airline’s Mobile application. Gulf Air customers can now easily book a ticket on the airline’s application without the need of remembering or typing their credit card details, as the new feature allows them to process the payment by easily using Face ID to authorise the transaction.

Anantara Kalutara Resort has introduced its app showcasing the iconic architecture of the resort, which was partially designed by Sri Lanka’s most famous architect, Geoffrey Bawa.

Roiback, specialist in the management of the direct channel of hotel sales, revealed more than half of searches for hotel reservations this summer have been made through by mobile phone and generated 19 percent of the total sales.

Travelport entered into a trio of new agreements with travel agencies in the UK, Middle East, and Singapore to deploy Trip Assist, its mobile app for agencies.

Bangkok Airways Public Company has recently launched its mobile app’s latest version, with it now available on both iOS and Android devices.

Qatar Airways has enhanced its mobile app with a new look and feel, making it easier for consumers to use.

Ryanair announced its exclusive partnership with the European Union (EU) Erasmus Student Network, offering students huge savings, with exclusive fares, free bags and tailored travel offers and in-journey mobile app.