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Travelport, a leading travel commerce platform, and its strategic technology partner, IBM introduced IBM Travel Manager, described as an industry-first artificial intelligence (AI) platform designed to help businesses manage corporate travel spend.

Following a very competitive selection process, SEA, the group responsible for managing Milano Malpensa and Milano Linate airports, has won the bid for World Routes 2020 on behalf of Italy’s Milan and Lombardy region.

Visitors to the Maltese Islands in June were estimated to have reached 265,823, up by 14.5 percent on the same period in 2017 according to the country’s National Statistics Office (NSO).

Air Arabia announced the introduction of its new European destination, Prague in Czech Republic, direct from Sharjah, UAE.

As corporate travel behaviour continues to evolve in the Middle East, Amadeus has announced the launch of a new corporate self-booking tool to support business travellers in the Middle East and North Africa in managing busy schedules while reducing travel costs.

Dubai welcomed a record 8.10 million international overnight tourists during the first six months (H1) of this year, representing a consistent increase on the same period in 2017.

Statistics South Africa released the country’s arrival stats for the month of May, as reported by Southern Africa Tourism Services Association (SATSA).

Cape Town Tourism’s successful eKasi Sessions, a series of listening events between the organisation’s chairperson, Enver Mally, and members of the tourism industry has now entered its second phase of engagement.

Phocuswright research revealed 2017 witnessed a significant shift in the way US consumers shopped for leisure travel.

Ctrip, a leading Asian online travel agency described as the second largest in the world, renewed its annual strategic cooperation agreement with Tourism New Zealand.