Norwegian launches faithfulness points partnership with Network EAN

Norwegian, a airline, has launched a tellurian partnership with Expedia Affiliate Network EAN for a travellers giving faithfulness points on bookings.

Norwegian has combined around 300,000 of EAN’s accommodations to a moody offering.

Norwegian passengers will also have entrance to bonus rates and can use Cash Points to compensate for hotels.

Fund underneath strain

At a Irish Travel Industry Trade Show final week in a RDS, Cormac Meehan, boss of a Irish Travel Agents Association, said: “The fall of Lowcostholidays, has put a vital empty on a Travellers Protection Fund. We have been job on a Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport to accommodate with us to examination a legislation around this emanate and work on a subsequent stairs to secure a destiny of this sector.”

Following a fall of Lowcostholidays final summer, roughly 4,200 Irish business have done claims to a Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) amounting to €3.8 million. These claims will be lonesome by a Travellers’ Protection Fund, that had a change of €5 million. Lowcostholidays had contributed €79,243 to a fund, estimated during 2 per cent of their turnover. Meehan continued: “The ITAA is operative closely with a Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) and a European Travel Agents’ and Tour Operators Association (ECTAA) on a issues of a EU Package Travel Directive (EPTD) and how a formula of a Brexit referendum will impact consumers.”

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