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“Food-fun-game” for tourism leaders at Club Liberte

This latest evening out for senior members of the tourism leaders was "Food-fun-game."

MGM Resorts International appoints new member to the Board of Directors

MGM Resorts International today announced that Keith A. Meister has been appointed to the Company's Board of Directors, effective tomorrow, January 18, 2019. With...

MGM Resorts International launches new program to reduce costs, improve efficiencies

MGM Resorts International today announced a plan to further reduce costs, improve efficiencies and position the Company for growth. The Company expects to deliver...

Sri Lanka Political Turmoil to blame of tourism arrival shortfall

Sri Lanka did not reach its 2018 target in tourism arrivals Sri Lanka Tourism Development Minister John Amaratunga blamed the political challenge in October.

Brazil’s GOL airline accelerates fleet renewal

GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes S.A. announced today a further acceleration of its fleet renewal and modernization plan and the execution of sale and leaseback...

Tanzania Fastjet pleading with Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority

Tanzania based and grounded Fastjet wants to resume operation. Yesterday Chairperson Lawrence Masha urged the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) to allow the airline to resume flights. 

Air Canada’s acquisition of Aeroplan loyalty business clears regulatory requirements

Air Canada today announced that the acquisition of Aimia Inc.'s Aeroplan loyalty business has cleared regulatory requirements, following the receipt of the required confirmation...

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.

Amadeus and Points help airlines unlock greater economics from loyalty programs

At a time when travelers are more discerning than ever, it can be a challenge for airlines to retain their loyalty. The right loyalty...

More turbulence ahead: Increasingly difficult times for private jet travel

PrivatAir filed for insolvency on December 5, 2018 – and while its focus was on charter rather than fractional ownership or jet cards, this...

Airlines for America Forecasts Busy Air Travel this Holiday Season

Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, today projected that 45.7 million passengers will travel on U.S. airlines...

Klook and Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts are now partners

Klook, a global travel activity booking platform, and Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts announced a global strategic partnership that will enable hotel guests to directly access the world's best activities to enhance their hotel and destination experience.

Zimbabwe: A genocide in progress? Should Tourists Leave?

Foreign tourist should leave Zimbabwe. After a violent crackdown Tuesday night, a scary calm is returning to portions of Zimbabwe This may not be a constant situation. "Zimbabwe is open for business and tourism" might have died a premature death before business became business

Brits not afraid to splash the cash… on themselves

Despite the recession, Brits are still making a huge effort with their appearance in time for summer, sometimes spending more money on looking good than on their holidays, according to a survey by mon

Cruise passenger arrested for dealing drugs out of his cabin

A cruise passenger's trip came to an abrupt end when authorities allegedly found narcotics and about $51,000 in cash in his cabin.

Volcanic Cash

It was hoped that the closure of European airspace in mid-April was a one-off event, but renewed activity by the

US Airways ends cash transactions on domestic flights

US Airways Group Inc. is accepting only credit and debit cards for food and beverage purchases on its North American flights.

SAS asks for cash, plans job cuts

STOCKHOLM - Scandinavian airline SAS asked shareholders for 5 billion Swedish crowns ($672 million) to keep it flying and reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss, sending its shares diving to a

Birding to bring more tourists and income to Rwanda

The Rwanda Development Board – Tourism & Conservation has set its sights on the vigorous promotion of the country as a bird-watching destination, which is boasting – depending on the sources – b

Continental goes cashless

Continental Airlines Inc. said its flight crews will begin accepting only credit and debit cards for on-board purchases starting Tuesday. Cash can be used for duty-free purchases.

US Airways delays delivery of 54 Airbus jets

US Airways will delay delivery of 54 new Airbus jets until at least 2013 and take other steps to boost its cash reserves until travel demand rebounds.

CSA to sell 5 planes, duty free unit to generate cash

PRAGUE - The board of the troubled Czech national carrier CSA has approved a plan to sell five planes and other assets in efforts to generate cash.

AA raises $2.9 billion, will expand in Chicago, New York, Dallas...

American Airlines, the world’s second-largest carrier, said it raised $2.9 billion in cash and financing in “a show of strength” and will expand at four U.S.

Virgin America targeting a full-year operating profit in 2010

CHICAGO - Virgin America Inc. said Thursday that it could be profitable by the end of the year as it reported a narrower second-quarter loss Thursday, though the U.S.

BA could be forced to tap the market for 500 million...

LONDON - British Airways Plc has secured shareholder backing for a possible rights issue of new stock, according to a report in the Observer newspaper on Sunday.
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