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NEW YORK - Due to inclement weather forecasted to impact the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico areas, JetBlue Airways will waive change/cancel fees and fare differences for Customers traveling throug
Beirut, Lebanon - Air traffic controllers in Lebanon were telling the pilot of an Ethiopian Airlines flight to change course shortly before it crashed into the sea, the country's transportation minist
Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia’s biggest carrier, may keep codeshare arrangements with Japan Airlines Corp.
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In an apparent response to the David Headley episode, the Indian Government has, for the first time, imposed certain restrictions on American citizens visiting the country.
Research into strategies to boost working holiday tourism in Australia has made key recommendations to the Australian Government including the introduction of a new short-term working holiday for stud
Burmese opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi has indicated that she is no longer opposed to tourism to her country.
SEOUL — South Korea is considering changing its official tourism slogan "Korea, Sparkling" because it sounds too much like a fizzy drink brand, according to the man in charge of promoting the nation
Tourism is bringing economic benefits to the Laotian city of Luang Prabang, the spiritual, religious and cultural capital of Laos for centuries.
LONDON — Palestinian prime minister Salam Fayyad on Monday appealed for Britain to change its travel advice regarding the West Bank, citing improved security and increasing numbers of tourists.
Moscow — The orbital path of the International Space Station (ISS) was successfully adjusted Saturday to accommodate the landing of the world's sixth space tourist in eight days time, Interfax repor
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (eTN) - In a "top to bottom" austerity drive by the Malaysian government to stave off rising global fuel costs, new rulings binding government departments and agencies are expected to hit the tourism sector hard, according to industry leaders.
United said last week it's going to ground another 70 planes and trim domestic schedules 17 percent by the end of 2009. This came a day after Delta said it would pare flights beyond the 11 percent already announced, and a couple of weeks after American said it was cutting domestic flights by 12 percent. So what happens to folks who've booked on flights that will be canceled?
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