June 15, 2024

News briefs: mysa, Icelandair, Emirates and Navan

mysa has unveiled the latest phase in “revolutionising” how accommodation programmes are procured, booked and managed. Powered by its core technology, Build by mysa creates and manages tailor-made serviced accommodation programmes. Designed to support individual company requirements, it offers real-time services and data. The software also features a digital, environmentally-friendly property assessment, mysaSure, in addition to real-time procurement and rate negotiation.

Icelandair and Emirates have signed a Codeshare Agreement, with flights available for sale on September 1 2024. Customers can travel on a single ticket and have their luggage checked through all the way to the final destination. Icelandair passengers in North America and Iceland can connect eastbound via Emirates’ network to Dubai; and Emirates worldwide passengers can connect westbound via Icelandair’s network to Iceland. 

Amy Butte has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer at Navan. Butte, who in April joined the Navan Board of Directors, has stepped down from her position as Audit Committee Chair to take on the executive role. With more than 25 years of experience in the financial industry, she has taken companies public as a banker, research analyst, Board Director and CFO.