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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S.
The peace process in Nepal is at a crossroads as the United Nations winds up its mission there, with the major challenge remaining to integrate 19,000 personnel from the Maoist army which fought a dec
Mobile phone manufacturers are poised to take over from Google as the most powerful technological players in the European travel and tourism industry, reveals the WTM Global Trends Report today (8 Nov
This past weekend, the Pacific Islands Club Saipan hosted the 4th Annual International Point Break Challenge, inviting recent winners from the contest in Seoul at Caribbean Bay in August 2010.
Turkish Airlines is understood to be challenging the findings of a Dutch inquiry into the crash of its Boeing 737-800 on approach to Amsterdam.
Through interaction with key personnel of the Seychelles Tourist Board (STB) two weeks ago while in Mahe, it was learned that in order to widen their reach across the various islands, the board has de
Despite industry reports of cancelled business trips, the re-booking of meetings and conventions to more cosmetically "acceptable" venues, and postponed vacations, the incidence of travel in America r
Jamaica’s Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett has issued a strong challenge to members of the North and South American sales and marketing team to intensify its efforts to meet the projected growth lev
Travel Advantage Network (TAN), a US nationwide leader in wholesale vacation accommodations, found a unique way to raise awareness and funds for juvenile alopecia areata, an autoimmune disorder that c
UK based economy carrier Easyjet has announced that it is to seek a judicial review of price increases at Heathrow and Gatwick airports. According to The Times, the airline has retained London law firm Lane & Partners as its adviser and told both the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and airport operator BAA nine days ago that it intended to seek a judicial review.
U.S. airlines face global competition challenge to delivering in-flight communications, entertainment...
WASHINGTON - U.S. airlines may be at a competitive disadvantage as European carriers move forward on plans for in-flight Internet connectivity and communication services on-board passenger aircraft, concluded a panel of industry experts today at a National Press Club briefing sponsored by satellite communications leader EMS Technologies, Inc. and Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine.