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Routehappy launches new codeshare UPAs with 5 Star Alliance airlines

Routehappy by ATPCO, the industry standard for airline rich content, today announced the launch of new codeshare Universal Product Attributes (UPAs) on Travix-owned websites....

Nairobi Dusit2 terror attack: 21 dead, 700 rescued and many heroes

700 people could have died in the attack in Nairobi but didn't because of security measures in place and the immediate and effective response...

Only in Russia: Commercial airline flies between two Moscow airports

With Moscow mired in endless pre-holiday gridlocks, many drivers joke it would be easier to fly from one side of the city to another....

Avoiding worst affects of jet lag while traveling

For every traveler, sleep deprivation known as jet lag, is always a real possibility. Don’t let the name confuse you, jet lag can affect...

Late President Bush lived the Aloha Spirit: A Testimonial by a...

Marsha Rose Joyner is the host for ThinkTeck Hawaii and a Hawaiian political activist for many years.  She remembers when electors met in their respective state capitols on December 19, 1988 to cast their votes for President and Vice President when George Herbert Walker Bush was elected president of the United States in 1988. Marsha was one of the four Democratic electors in Hawaii.

Virginia is for lovers and its wooing Indian travelers

Virginia, the US state near Washington DC, is trying to promote traffic from India

Sorry, wrong Vancouver!

Sallie Reavey picked up the phone at her charming Briar Rose Inn and the caller asked about rooms in mid-February.

How to stop confusing tourists about Korean food

At the entrance of a Korean restaurant in an Insa-dong alley stands a large menu board introducing their dishes in Korean, English, Japanese and Chinese, an effort to attract foreign tourists. We asked an American passing by if he can figure what anything is by looking at the menu. "'Bean-curd refuse stew?’” he said.

Airline memos cloud agenda

Divining what the top executives at Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines were signaling by sending out internal memos to employees this week is like figuring out Kremlin politics in the era of the Soviet Union. At one level the memos were meant to assure their employees that no merger between Delta and Northwest would be completed unless it was in the best interest of each airline.
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