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Senior executives say unmanaged business travel expected for the future

Unmanaged business travel could become the norm over the next five years as businesses find it increasingly easy to get better deals online, according to a panel of experts at this week’s World Trav

World Economic Forum winds up meeting in Jordan with call for...

Dead Sea, Jordan – The World Economic Forum Special Meeting on Economic Growth and Job Creation in the Arab World ended today with a call for action and radical change in the region’s mindset.

Emirates Airline: It’s business as usual

HAMBURG - State-owned carrier Emirates Airline is not yet seeing a downturn in business and bookings for the next few months are at high levels, even as other airlines warn stuttering economies are af

Southern Air signs agreement with Saudi Arabia Airlines

NORWALK, Conn. - Southern Air Holdings, Inc. today announced the addition of Saudi Airlines Cargo Co. Ltd. to its list of blue chip global clients.

Trinidad and Tobago unveils TTBizLink

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago - The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) has embarked on Phase One of TTBizLink, a web site that allows individuals and companies to connect with the government o

New Zealand emerges as an entrepreneurial powerhouse

NEW YORK - New Zealand has begun the 2011 year as one of the most entrepreneurial countries on the planet. It is "an entrepreneurial powerhouse," according to The Economist.

New Centra brand launched with Phuket hotel

Centra Ashlee Hotel Patong, Phuket, the first property under the new Centra brand of Centara Hotels & Resorts, is now ready for business.

XOJET announces 50 percent year-over-year growth

SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK and LOS ANGELES - XOJET Inc., the leader in private aviation, today announced 50% year-over-year growth in its business.

Seeking greater convention business

Conventions, in the guise of trade shows, may be one of the earliest forms of capitalism.

CMO Exploring Conference 2010 to create and promote business and investment...

This year’s theme for the CMO Exploring Conference 2010 is “Today’s reality, tomorrow’s potential,” and will cover the risks of trading in Africa and how to minimize them, along with Cemac

Is Lybia aspiring to become a new Dubai?

BENGHAZI, Libya – In the outskirts of this city, Libya's second largest, row after row of sand-colored concrete apartment blocks and villas are sprouting from the desert.

Airline industry enjoying surprising upswing

From rising traffic to increased fares, the airline industry is enjoying a surprising upswing in the face of lingering doubt about the strength of the economic recovery.

TripIt president to present at China Travel Distribution Summit

Gregg Brockway, president of Tripit, said he is very interested in learning about the Chinese travel industry on his upcoming trip to China to speak at the China Travel Distribution Summit in Beijing

Business Events Australia welcomes new general manager

Tourism Australia is pleased to announce the appointment of Penny Lion to the position of general manager, Business Events Australia.

Business travelers committed to saving money for their companies

Corporate travel is expected to rebound this year, but cost-saving continues to drive travel plans being made by business travelers.

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IMEX 2010 opens with intent

FRANKFURT, Germany - IMEX opened its doors to an anticipated 3,800 hosted buyers from across Europe and long-haul markets including North America, Russia, China, Brazil, South Africa, India, the Middl

When it comes to oil, airlines become big champions of financial...

Airlines and banks tend to be on the same page when it comes to regulation of business - they don't want it.

Los Angeles City Council overwhelmingly approves Arizona business boycott

The Los Angeles City Council overwhelmingly approved a boycott of Arizona-based businesses and governments Wednesday unless the state repeals a new law giving police the power to question a detainee's

New awards launched to recognize innovative business travel

“Those of us who travel frequently have long discovered the technologies and services that make our trips more practical and productive, and I continue to be amazed at the innovations that help me t

Ash cloud chaos spreads beyond airlines

The financial cost to business of the airline chaos has intensified, with the ash cloud disruption far from over.