23 Aug 2001
Zed, the mobile information service owned by Finnish telecoms group
Sonera, is launching a two-week billboard and press campaign to offer
consumers the chance to travel into space. They can compete for the
prize, a trip co-ordinated by US tourism firm Space Adventures, by
buying ringtones and logos from Zed ...
04 May 2001
| by JENNY WATTS
The Online Travel Portal, a venture backed by nine major airlines,
has reopened talks with London agencies despite the appointment of BMP
DDB to its pounds 30 million pan-European account last ...
sell travel-related products and services over the internet. It will aim
to give the consumer access ...
27 Apr 2001
Travel Exchange Asia (TEA) has appointed Lowe Lintas & Partners in Asia Pacific to launch...LONDON (Brand Republic) - Travel Exchange Asia (TEA) has appointed Lowe Lintas 12m ( 8.32m ...
between worldwide travel site Travelocity and 11 airlines including Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Qantas and Singapore Airlines. The site will offer the full spectrum of travel services such as airline ...
LONDON - The unremarkable Online Travel Portal, backed by Europe's biggest airlines, has finally...online travel, a market which is currently worth 6.1bn ( 3.7bn) and is estimated to grow to 40.9bn ( 24 ...
consumers a range of travel products including flights from more than 480 airlines, hotel bookings from more than 54,500 hotel properties, 23,500 car rental locations worldwide, as well as travel insurance ...
22 Nov 2001
Co-op Travel, part of United Norwest Co-op, is to launch Co-op
Traveller, a customer magazine ...
be distributed through Co-op Travel stores in Wales and Northwest
England. Co-op Traveller will be published by Addax Media and is the
biggest-ever marketing project for Co-op Travel.
29 Jun 2001
Victoria Summerley has taken over the travel pages on the
Independent and Independent on Sunday. As executive editor (features),
she replaces Oliver Bennett. Travel editor Simon Calder and his deputy,
Lucy Gilmour, will report to Summerley. As part of the recent relaunch
of the IoS, travel ...
22 Mar 2001
| by MARK KLEINMAN
Whitbread's Travel Inn division has poached senior Van den Bergh
Foods marketer Gill Baker ...
and spreads for Van den Bergh
since 1998, will take up the role of marketing director for Travel Inn ...
). Whitbread also owns the
Marriott hotel chain.
Baker said her brief was to maintain Travel Inn ...
23 Mar 2001
Reed Business Information's Travel Weekly is looking for an editor
after the shock resignation of Jeremy Skidmore. Skidmore quit last week
after three-and-a-half years at the helm following the decision by two
major advertisers, Airtours and Thompson, to withdraw their accounts in
02 Nov 2001
coming to an end and the events of 11
September, visitor numbers to travel sites have held steady.With travel
companies dropping their prices, people are not as deterred from
travelling as was expected ...
number of visitors to their sites. None of the rival travel sites have
made a dent ...
30 Aug 2001
| by DANIEL ROGERS
bought the Thomson Travel Group last year, is changing
the corporate identity of Thomson's tour ...
3660 travel agencies, 88
aircraft, 270 hotels and dozens of tour operators.
The World of TUI ...
with branding consultancy
Gurassa, who is also chief executive of Thomson Travel Group ...