COLLECTIVE #hotelierPULSE with Aviation Expert Gavin Eccles - 21 July 2022
Posted on Jul 25
Aviation Expert Gavin Eccles joins (once again) Co-Hosts Pedro Colaco (Great Hotels of the World & Guestcentric) and André Baljeu (techtalk.travel) to discuss the latest The Hotelier Pulse Report findings. They discuss what implications Gavin sees for hotel and travel markets and how the airline industry's performance will impact and shape thereof. How can hotels and airlines cohesively manage delays and cancellations? What would be your recommendations for an agile response that still delivers the best possible experience to travelers?
Also, make sure to read the spotlight interview with Gavin, you can find it here.
Gavin Eccles, Aviation expert, and Management Consultant & Professor (Aviation and Tourism)
Gavin Eccles has worked across the world to link Aviation and Tourism development and has been associated with airlines, hotels, airports, and tour operators. Previous roles included development in British Airways and consultancy projects for United Airlines, American Airlines, Qantas, and supporting the development of low-cost carriers to tourist destinations. In Portugal, Gavin has been the advisor to the Board of Visit Portugal on aviation development and working on numerous projects with ANA Airports Portugal on opening international air routes to the country. With hotels, Gavin has worked with numerous chains and has had secondment positions at TUI. Gavin has been awarded a Master of Philosophy from the University of Surrey and an Honours Degree in Management from Sheffield Hallam University.
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Pedro and André discuss with their changing guests the latest findings of The Hotelier PULSE Report and its implications for the respective markets represented and overall market developments impacting the hospitality and travel industry.
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