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In an effort to induce more investment in shopping and get more tourism dollars from that attraction, a new regulation will be introduced by the Jamaica Ministry of Tourism next year.
Jamaica Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, (seen third right in the photo) officially cut the ribbon to open the newly-renovated Bijoux Kingston
Zone boarding, an aviation standard for decades, will soon be a thing of the past for Delta customers as the airline makes a global...
Airlines Reporting Corp. (ARC) today announced that it now offers airlines the ability to accept UnionPay credit cards as a form of payment for...
UIC, the worldwide railway organization, organised the 4th edition of the UIC Digital Conference on 6 December in front of over 100 attendees. Mr Jean-Pierre LOUBINOUX, UIC Director General, underlined how digital could support the development of mobility. Mr Bjorn WESTERBERG, CEO of the Association of Swedish Train Operating Companies ASTOC (Sweden), delivered a keynote speech focusing on the impact of AI on maintenance processes.
A massive database breach was reported by Marriott Hotels and Resorts at their Starwood brand on November 30. In the meantime, Marriott Security procedures had been in the global spotlight resulting in various legal and criminal actions taken by authorities around the world against the largest hotel chain in the world. A PR nightmare has been unfolding for Marriott resulting in making the brand speechless in avoiding responses to the media.
American Express today announced plans to open a new location within its signature airport lounge network, The Centurion Lounge, at Heathrow. This will be...
The Canaveral Port Authority (CPA) Board of Commissioners today voted to approve a resolution for the issuance of a series of bonds up to...
Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. announced today it has arranged commitments for unsecured financing in the amount of US$1,050,000,000.
American Airlines, US Airways Group Inc. and U.S. carriers borrowing to refinance debt and buy jets may struggle to find lenders and have to pay rates at least double those of two years ago.
Will the crunching credit bite in western economies empty Asia's holiday destinations?
The global credit crisis could have profound and lasting implications for the world's aviation industry, including in the Asia-Pacific region.
TULSA, OK - Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group, Inc.
Delta Air Lines Inc., the third-largest U.S. carrier, said it has drawn on a $1 billion revolving credit line to boost its cash holdings as it prepares to acquire Northwest Airlines Corp.