January 22, 2022

Steve Hartridge

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Travelodge supports NHS workers

Travelodge is keeping just under 50 of its 570-plus hotels open in the UK to provide accommodation for NHS staff and other key workers and to house vulnerable people.

Delta’s new safety measures

Delta has introduced temporary measures to help customers and employees practice social distancing both on the ground and in the air.

HBAA steps up member support

HBAA, the trade association for the hotel booking agency, apartment and venue community, has made several new senior appointments - a move it says will enable it to provide the services and support that its members need in the current difficult environment.

Norwegian plans debt restructuring

Scandinavian airline Norwegian is seeking a debt restructuring in order to meet the criteria for a state guarantee scheme to help see it through the pandemic crisis.

Expert: Marriott was quicker to detect second data breach

Improved detection systems helped Marriott International limit the damage from its most recent data breach, according to an expert.

Hotels under fire for withholding agent payments

Hotels and venues are being urged not to withhold payments and commissions to their agent partners during the coronavirus crisis.

Aerotel, London Heathrow

I had an early morning flight from the same terminal and Aerotel provided the perfect overnight solution. The rooms make clever use of the limited space and the ‘soft lighting‘ is designed to provide a sound night’s sleep.