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Canyon Ranch Wellness Retreat announces new leadership appointments

editor editor- June 7, 2019 23:39

Canyon Ranch today announced new hires for its forthcoming brand extension - Canyon Ranch Wellness Retreat, opening in Woodside, California, in 2019. The new team consists of deeply-connected and wellness-minded ... Read More

U.S. Travel Association: Holds IPW Press Conference and you’re there

editor editor- June 5, 2019 00:18

Roger Dow, U.S. Travel Association President and CEO was the first to speak at the U.S. Travel Association’s IPW Press Conference held at the 51st edition held on Tuesday, June ... Read More

Major tourism attraction to be developed around birthplace of Jimmy Cliff

editor editor- March 29, 2019 21:43

Jamaica Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, has indicated plans to fully develop the community of Somerton in St. James, where cultural icon Jimmy Cliff was born, as a major tourism ... Read More

 Iranians open homes to travelers stranded by floods

editor editor- March 27, 2019 22:16

As dramatic videos of deadly floods leaving behind destroyed vehicles and other damage circulate on Iranian social media networks, ordinary Iranians are doing what they can to help the affected ... Read More

Princess Cruises And Fincantieri Sign Contracts For Two Next-Generation Cruise Ships

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- March 27, 2019 19:30

Princess Cruises and Fincantieri announced today the signing of the final contracts for the construction of two next-generation 175,000-ton cruise ships, which will be the largest ships ever built so far ... Read More

Czech Memorial Scrolls survived the Holocaust and travel to New York City

Dr. Elinor Garely - special to eTN Dr. Elinor Garely - special to eTN- March 23, 2019 19:11

The fact that a few of the 1,564 Czech Memorial Scrolls were all in one place at the same time, was almost a miracle. It took detailed planning and the ... Read More

Anguilla’s beloved Moonsplash Music Festival returns this March

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- February 28, 2019 16:02

Anguilla’s iconic Moonsplash Music Festival will once again take place under a full moon at the legendary Dune Preserve on Rendezvous Bay, from March 21 – 24, 2019. Music lovers ... Read More

US National Park Service Frustrated with USS Arizona Hawaii repair work

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- February 27, 2019 06:43

The U.S. National Park Service issued a statement on the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. It reads: Over the past 10 months, National Park Service staff and partners ... Read More

U.S. Travel welcomes bills to address billions needed to maintain National Parks

editor editor- February 15, 2019 19:02

A U.S. Senate bill to provide funding for National Park repairs is currently under committee review. A similar bill is moving forward in the House of Representatives. A bipartisan group of ... Read More

Trump Kim Summit 2019 may open North Korean tourist site after South Korean visitor was shot to death

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- February 10, 2019 20:13

The success of the Kim-Trump summit scheduled to be held later this month in Hanoi, Vietnam could open up the possibility of South Korea resuming tours to North Korea's Geumgangsan ... Read More

German Federal President stuck in Ethiopia after government plane breaks

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- January 30, 2019 16:20

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier's flight onboard the Airbus A340 was originally scheduled to depart Addis Ababa for the German capital at 12.30pm CET (11.30am GMT) on Wednesday, but his stay ... Read More

Famous tourist spot in Ireland to be restored

editor editor- January 30, 2019 00:27

Millions of people from around the globe have visited this famous Irish tourist spot since local landlord Cornelius O’Brien constructed it in 1835. The viewing platform is located near the ... Read More

Government of Canada investing in safety at Baie-Comeau Airport

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- January 25, 2019 02:10

Canadians, tourists and businesses benefit from safe and well-maintained airports. From visiting friends and family, to travelling to medical appointments, or getting goods to market, we rely on our local ... Read More

Alaska Railroad resumes services following earthquake

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- December 4, 2018 16:03

The Alaska Railroad will restore all regularly scheduled freight and passenger services beginning today, Tuesday, Dec. 4, following the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck Southcentral Alaska on Friday, Nov. 30. The ... Read More

American Airlines cancels 94 flights so it can fix seats problem

editor editor- October 5, 2012 09:12

American Airlines mechanics will fix floor mounts in 48 of its 757s to prevent seats from coming loose, the airline said Thursday. Read More

Sumbawanga Aerodrome in Tanzania urgently needs repairs

editor editor- July 2, 2010 00:59

(eTN) The gateway airfield of Sumbawanga Aerodrome to the Katavi National Park and Lake Tanganyika in Tanzania is in urgent need of added repairs and upgrades, according to reports received ... Read More

Tanzania railway repairs on course

editor editor- April 29, 2010 04:30

The main railway line from Dar es Salaam into the heart of the country, under water some months ago following torrential rains and eventually severely damaged, will be up and ... Read More

Kenya Airways resumes Kisumu flights

editor editor- December 19, 2009 04:51

"The Pride of Africa," Kenya Airways, announced flights had resumed from Nairobi to Kisumu since December 10, following the successful completion of runway repairs and upgrades by the Kenya Airport ... Read More

Fuselage scratches on some AA planes are not “safety concern”

editor editor- August 3, 2009 03:37

ATLANTA — American Airlines has inspected dozens of planes and found three with tiny scratches on the aluminum skin of the fuselage that may have been caused by airport jetbridges ... Read More

Turkish plane had repairs 2 days before deadly crash

editor editor- February 27, 2009 03:29

The Turkish Airlines plane that crashed near Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport had repairs for a malfunction two days before the accident that killed five Turkish citizens and four Americans. Read More