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IATA enables airlines to share turbulence data

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) launched its Turbulence Aware data resource to help airlines avoid turbulence when planning routes tactically in flight. Turbulence...

Hawaii Tourism Authority banks on Marriott with two key appointments to...

Hawaii Tourism Authority is finalizing a new leadership for the Hawaii Travel and Tourism Industry. The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) announced the appointments of two key executive leaders today, naming Keith Regan as chief administrative officer and Karen Hughes as vice president of marketing and product development. Both will begin work on December 17.

Hotel industry: Saying goodbye to 2018, ready for strong 2019

With the year coming to an end, Hotelbeds has prepared some testimonials about 2018, with insights about how the year has been for the...

Wanda Hotels & Resorts unveils new hotel brand

Wanda Hotels & Resorts held a launch ceremony and gala dinner to unveil Wanda Moments, a premium mid-scale hotel brand, and announced the newly...

CHOGM hunters lay into Uganda Civil Aviation Authority

Top Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) management got a roasting last week when the public accounts committee of parliament laid heavily into them, demanding answers about changed (upwards, of course) con

Allegiant Air cancelling profitable contracts for Cuba charters

Exercising the 120-day notice period to cancel contracts, Allegiant Travel Company announced today that its Allegiant Air subsidiary has chosen to exit the Cuban family charter programs that it curren

Alaska Airlines pilots approve new 4-year contract

Pilots at Alaska Airlines voted to ratify a new four-year contract, the company and their union said on Tuesday.

eTN Inbox: British Airways terminates travel agents’ contracts in Kenya

BA made good on their threat of February 1, 2009 and terminated contracts of IATA accredited travel agents in Kenya who refused to aid its violation of IATA’s PSAA (Resolution 824 Section 9).

5 travel traps lurking in the fine print

Your cruise ship may not be seaworthy. Your airline isn’t responsible for your checked luggage. And if something’s stolen from your room, good luck getting the hotel to cover your losses. Surprised? Don’t be. It’s all in the fine print.

80 partnership deals inked by tourism Ministry with national investors.

80 partnership contracts pertaining to a myriad of projects designed to inject new life into the flagging tourism sector in Algeria, were initialled Saturday in Algiers between the ministry of National Planning, Environment and Tourism and a number of Algerian investors.
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