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iAero Group, a leading integrated aviation business, has signed a deﬁnitive agreement to purchase Swift Air, the leading independent US airline charter business. The transaction is subject to regulatory approvals and is expected to close in Q1, 2019.
Starting today, Japan Airlines JAL will offer video remote interpreting services at select customer service centers in Japan for customers using Japanese sign language.
With the year coming to an end, Hotelbeds has prepared some testimonials about 2018, with insights about how the year has been for the...
The Alaska Railroad will restore all regularly scheduled freight and passenger services beginning today, Tuesday, Dec. 4, following the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck Southcentral...
Tim Gunstone, EyeforTravel’s Managing Director, has been talking to top travel players and key innovators across the world about the next steps for a highly-competitive, low-margin industry.
PHUKET, Thailand - HotelTravel.com continues to improve its customer experience by simplifying the website’s checkout process, making it possible to go from hotel selection to payment confirmation i
WASHINGTON, D.C. - This year's Airline Passenger Survey confirms that customer service is the most important consideration for air travel consumers.
When Prime Minister John Key launched the KiaOraMai training program two years ago, it was touted as raising the skills of 10,000 service-industry workers in time for the Rugby World Cup.
There are some things that Fred Taylor Jr. and his crew at Southwest Airlines Co. just cannot explain.
Hub airlines have a delicate relationship with their customers in the cities where they hub. US Airways and Philadelphia are the perfect example.
I left the our residence on the shores of Lake Victoria around 0230 hours for the nearly 50 kilometer drive to the Entebbe International Airport to check in for my flight on Kenya Airways to Nairobi,
A funny thing has happened during the airline industry's economic slump. The airlines have actually improved customer service.
Southwest Airlines inked a tentative new contract with its customer service employees Tuesday that includes wage increases and work rule improvements.
Tourism is a business and like all businesses its purpose is to make money. Simply put a tourism business that does not turn a profit dies.
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