competitive, innovative, digital and transparent

eu travel tech works to enable players of all sizes in a travel and tourism ecosystem for the digital era.

Tech and travel are forever intertwined. The members of eu travel tech break new ground by applying emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence to travel and tourism, driving digitally-enabled growth in one of Europe’s most important economic sectors, helping SMEs to rise and providing thousands of high quality tech sector jobs.

our policy issues

Manifesto for the new European Commission

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ETTSA (now called eu travel tech) supports ECTAA antitrust complaint against IATA.

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eu travel tech’s position on the Digital Services Act

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our members’ stories

42% of eDreams ODIGEO bookings are via mobile devices compared to the 28% average in the travel sector.

Booking.com’s Techconnect helps 50.000 people from underrepresented groups to work in tech and acquire digital skills.

Silverrail enables 1+ billion online rail journey searches a year, connects over 35 rail carriers, deals with more than 30 millions bookings every year and has connected over 1500 transit operators.

Expedia Group was ranked #34 in the World’s Most Innovative Companies list by Forbes.

Amadeus is the largest investor in R&D in the travel sector worldwide (investing 18% of its revenues) and number two among software companies in Europe according to the 2018 EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard.

In 2018, CWT reported more than 550 daily registrations for myCWT (mobile), its business travel app.
This is accelerating in 2019.

Travelport-owned Trip Assist is a branded mobile app designed specifically for travel agencies to help strengthen traveller engagement, support travel programme compliance and reduce service cost.
The app allows SMEs to have a mobile booking platform.

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