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Currency is the lifeline of every country. It comes with various forms and utility. Let us take a look at the future of currency....
Japan Airlines (JAL), the national airline of Japan, and Ascenda have signed a strategic partnership to launch a series of market-leading rewards offerings for...
Marriott International today unveiled the new loyalty brand replacing the current loyalty brands – Marriott Rewards, The Ritz-Carlton Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG)...
Jamaica Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, (seen third right in the photo) officially cut the ribbon to open the newly-renovated Bijoux Kingston
Airlines Reporting Corp. (ARC) today announced that it now offers airlines the ability to accept UnionPay credit cards as a form of payment for...
American Express today announced plans to open a new location within its signature airport lounge network, The Centurion Lounge, at Heathrow. This will be...
A Norwegian airline will now serve free water on long-haul flights following complaints that passengers were left without food, drinks and blankets for up to 12 hours.
Norwegian Air Shuttle, Europe's third-largest budget airline, has apologised for refusing passengers food, water and even blankets on its recently launched long-haul flights to New York and Bangkok.
Credit card provider MBNA has added airline giant Etihad to its partner portfolio as they today launched two new cards that rewards spending with air miles.
More and more banks are coming up travel credit cards, with the aim to attract frequent fliers in the country. At present, there are more than 250,000 travel credit cards circulating in the country.
Most every agency engages in the practice of allowing more than an average of 13.5 days for a corporate travel customer to pay for tickets issued.
Travel companies have been ordered to end the use of hidden surcharges for passengers paying by card.
LONDON, England - As airlines suffer a backlash from the Office of Fair Trading on the rising cost of booking by credit card, budget conscious consumers fear sticking to low cost travel could be a str
The ever-changing world of airline fares and fees is getting a little more confusing — but maybe a lot cheaper — thanks to the newest travel perk: free baggage check with an airline's credit card.
US Airways Group Inc. is accepting only credit and debit cards for food and beverage purchases on its North American flights.
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