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New scheduler for buyers and sellers at SATTE 2013 in New...

The newly-introduced Pre-Scheduled Appointments (PSAs) format that will enable Buyers and Sellers to optimize their time on event days by allowing them to choose the business partners they prefer to m

Future Events Experience offers new elements for EIBTM 25

As a direct result of last year’s success, EIBTM 25 ( www.eibtm.com ) will deliver an enhanced Future Events Experience with new elements and additional contributors to the area.

IMEX Frankfurt closes on a strong note

The 10th anniversary edition of IMEX in Frankfurt, the award-winning trade show for the worldwide meetings, incentive travel, and events industry, closed on a strong note today, with IMEX Group Chairm

BTC 2010 opens with minister for tourism cutting the ribbon

The 26th BTC, the Italian trade show for the meetings, events, conferences, incentive travel, and business tourism industry, opens this morning at the Fiera di Rimini Exhibition Centre, for two days o

WTM launches Meridian Club Think Tanks for senior buyers

World Travel Market, the premier global event for the travel industry, is launching a year-round executive Think Tank program for senior buyers in its Meridian Club.

Corporate travel buyers divided over new United

Corporate travel buyers are divided as to how the planned merger between United Airlines and Continental Airlines will affect their travel programs, though a clear majority said U.S.

Record number of buyers at Icelandair‘s 18th Mid-Atlantic

“Water-based tourism was prominent at this year’s event and included, for example, whale watching, sea angling, and sailing,” said Steinn Lárusson, the organizer of Icelandair’s 18th Mid-Atla

“Visit Tuscia Travel Mart” opens to foreign buyers for the first...

The Tuscia tourist patrimony being showcased at the third edition of “Visit Tuscia Travel Mart” will be held at San Martino al Cimino on October 1-4 at the historical Palazzo Doria Pamphili.

BA reportedly ready to dump OpenSkies

British Airways reportedly is looking for a buyer for its subsidiary OpenSkies, the all-premium seating airline that began flying in 2008, about the time all the other all-premium trans-Atlantic airli

Global reach drives global business – IMEX buyer survey supports record-breaking...

As the seventh IMEX closed on May 28, record attendance figures were already being announced.

Alitalia buyers confident of relaunch by December

MILAN - Investors bidding for Italian airline Alitalia are confident they can relaunch it by December 1 even though its pilots and flight attendants still reject the deal.

Buyers seek bag-fee fixes

Struggling to manage airline baggage fees, some travel buyers are beginning to change policies, leverage preferred status to shield travelers from the fees and find ways to estimate the expenditure fo

Over 800 buyers registered for ITB Asia Singapore

(September 16, 2008) – Over 800 travel buyers have been qualified and confirmed as hosted buyers for the inaugural ITB Asia travel show, October 22-24 in Singapore.

Travel buyers rise in visibility, value for senior management

Tough economic conditions and travel industry changes have put business travel managers in a brighter spotlight in the past year, as senior managers have grown increasingly aware of and interested in

Buyers’ prospects rise after hotels’ strong ’07

Travel buyers are beginning to see better negotiating opportunities as the seemingly insurmountable momentum propelling the hotel industry for the past few years begins to show signs of slowing, even though 2007 proved another banner year for hoteliers in terms of rate and revenue growth and profit.

You know you’re a troubled airline when even Aeroflot refuses to...

Rome - You know you're a troubled airline when even Aeroflot refuses to buy you. Italy's national air carrier, Alitalia, spent much of 2007 searching unsuccessfully for a buyer. The airline is heavily in debt, loses about $1.6 million a day, is plagued by strikes and is saddled with an aging, fuel-guzzling fleet.