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Young Tourism Ambassadors: Opening doors to their futures

A transformational program is introducing young men and women to the tourism sector.

Ovolo hotels breaks new ground in South Melbourne hospitality

Ovolo's appointment represents a significant milestone for the project,

Travel stylishly: Jewelry for the executive on the move

Recognizing and acknowledging a new reality, jewelry designers are incorporating the active lifestyle of travel into their jewelry.

AIRBNB supports limiting short-term rentals in Los Angeles – not true!

Los Angeles now joins the growing list of other major U.S. cities, including New York, Washington, D.C., Boston and San Francisco, that have stepped up recently to pass or strengthen legislation that protects affordable housing and the community fabric of neighborhoods that have been negatively impacted by short-term rentals like Airbnb.

United Reports November 2018 Operational Performance

United Airlines (UAL) today reported November 2018 operational results. UAL's November 2018 consolidated traffic (revenue passenger miles) increased 7.1 percent and consolidated capacity (available seat...

We-Ko-Pa Resort to host American Indian Tourism Conference

The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) has revealed the host site for its 22nd annual American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC.) In September...

Wolfgang Prock-Schauer: British Midland Airways is here to stay

LONDON - British Midland Airways Ltd., or bmi, "is here to stay," the airline's chief executive said Tuesday, adding there is no intention to break up the carrier.

Unite’s warning over BAA break up

LONDON (August 20, 2008) - Unite, Britain's biggest union is today raising serious concerns at the likelihood of BAA being forced to sell 3 of the UK's 7 airports.

Break up BAA, call airline executives

Four UK airlines want Britain’s Transport Secretary to break up the airport operator BAA, according to London newspapers. Executives of British Midland Air, Easyjet, Ryanair and Virgin have called for reform of UK airport regulation. They have already criticised price increases granted to BAA last week by the Civil Aviation Authority.
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