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WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Association for Airline Passenger Rights ("AAPR") today called on the U.S.
The United Nations High Representative for the Alliance of Civilizations, Jorge Sampaio; the Vice President of the European Commission, Antonio Tajani; and the Ministers of Tourism of Ecuador, Italy,
WASHINGTON, DC - Passage of the Aviation Safety Bill, that the families of the victims of the crash of Flight 3407 have been fighting for, could be getting closer.
WASHINGTON — The chairman of the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association is urging Congress to hold the media "accountable" for what he alleges is inaccurate reporting on the Gulf oil spill that
WASHINGTON, DC – US Congress has appropriated US$500,000 in a fiscal 2011 spending bill for the Marianas Trench Marine National Monument Visitor Center in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Is
WASHINGTON — The CEOs of United and Continental airlines are telling Congress their merger will be good for consumers, airline employees and the small communities that rely on them for service.
BANJUL, Gambia - The Africa Travel Association's 35th Annual Congress ended today with a commitment among Africa's tourism stakeholders to boost efforts to develop new public-private partnerships devo
"The commercial airlines have reached a new low by attempting to charge passengers for the right to place their luggage in the overhead bins," said Flyers Rights president and founder, Kate Hanni.
Rhode Island will become the hub of international hotel and tourism education when Johnson & Wales University hosts the 49th EUHOFA International Congress beginning Sunday, November 7 through Friday,
The airline industry and Congressional leaders are at odds over funding for plans to speed modernization of the U.S. air traffic control system and improve aviation safety.
Frank Vismeg, president of Skål International, Toronto North for 2010, returned recently with fresh inspiration from the 70th Skål International World Congress, held in Budapest, Hungary.
Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen rushed to the defense of the U.S. ban on travel to Cuba while others were blasting it at a Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on Thursday.
WASHINGTON - A powerful campaign to allow all Americans to travel to Cuba is rumbling through Congress, with both backers and opponents predicting eventual victory and a Cuban-American Senator holding
Banjul — Gambia will host the 35th Annual Congress of the Africa Travel Association (ATA) in May 2010.
Now that Disney has bought Marvel comics, it is reaching out for another partner: the federal government.
LOS ANGELES - The 2nd Annual World Medical Tourism & Global Health Congress, the largest medical tourism congress in the world, announces speakers, sponsors and record increase in attendance this comi
Business Travel Coalition (BTC) today, in the aftermath of National Transportation Safety Board hearings examining the Colgan Air crash, transmitted a letter to congress signed by sixty-five corporate
Delegates to the 34th Annual Africa Travel Association (ATA) Congress in Cairo May 17-21, 2009 will have an exciting opportunity to explore “Egypt Beyond the Monuments” on pre- or post-conference
For the past 6 months, most of us in the hotel industry have sat by watching the effect of Wall Street’s excesses, or the “AIG effect” impact the meetings industry.
An assault by U.S.
VIENNA - The International Pharmaceutical Congress Advisory Association and the Associations Conference Forum are two of the most important organizations in the international congress business.
NEW YORK, NY - The Africa Travel Association (ATA) announced today that it has launched online registration for its 34th Annual Congress, to take place at the Cairo International Conference Center fro
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