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FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines and Alaska Airlines are expanding their long-standing relationship with the announcement today that provides elite status members of American's AAdvantage Program
DALLAS — To continue its mission of providing exceptional flexibility and value, Flexjet is proud to announce two new benefits for fractional jet owners.
MINNEAPOLIS - Carlson, a privately held, global hospitality and travel company today announced the launch of a new, strategic partnership with Club Med®, world specialist of upscale, friendly, multic
Japan Airlines and American Airlines today announced they have decided to commence their joint business from April 1, 2011, based on the expected start of revenue-sharing on applicable trans-Pacific f
MINNEAPOLIS — United Airlines said on Monday it would bring its flight attendants up to the pay scale of their counterparts at Continental Airlines in exchange for changes in work rules.
American Airlines, along with fellow oneworld Alliance founding members British Airways, Qantas Airways, and Cathay Pacific Airways, today outlined US$2 billion in commercial benefits to Japan Airline
Spanish hotelier Sol Melia SA will benefit over American rivals like Marriott International Inc. if a bill before U.S.
WASHINGTON, DC – US Customs and Border Protection announced today that NEXUS and SENTRI members may now use Global Entry kiosks.
To many scuba-certified cruise passengers, one of the best parts of the voyage is the chance to explore beneath the waves they've been crossing.
SAO PAULO, Brazil - TAM and Air Canada, Canada's largest airline and a founding member of the Star Alliance, signed a Memorandum of Understanding today in Sao Paulo providing for the implementation of
When low-cost air travel was taking off in Europe in the early 1990s, the German and the British ambassadors to Greece used to call each other at the end of each week during the summer, to compare notes on the bad behaviour of the visitors from their countries. No clear winner emerged.
JetBlue Airways Corp. chief executive officer Dave Barger said airline mergers would benefit JetBlue and other U.S. carriers by limiting capacity. "Consolidation would be very good for the industry," Barger said Friday in a Bloomberg Television interview. "There's still too many airline seats chasing the demand."