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Czech Airlines Technics welcomes new Board of Directors member

Czech Airlines Technics (CSAT), a daughter company of Prague Airport, which provides aircraft repair and maintenance services, has appointed a new member to its...

ExpressJet Airlines announces new CFO and Senior VP

ExpressJet Airlines, a United Express carrier, today announced John Greenlee has been named Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of Planning and Operations...

INTELITY hires key players to aid its 2019 expansion plans

INTELITY announced today that Young Lee and Erynn Torrenga have joined the company. Additionally, the company has promoted Benjamin Keller to SVP of Sales,...

Brussels preparing for 2019 European Association Summit

On Thursday 28 February and Friday 1 March 2019, international association professionals will meet for the European Association Summit. It will be held in...

Travel Trends Index: Domestic business travel projected to surge

Travel to and within the U.S. grew 3.6 percent year-over-year in December, according to the U.S. Travel Association's latest Travel Trends Index (TTI)—marking the...

Reunion and Madagascar Presidents discuss regional cooperation

A meeting took place between the President of the Réunion Region, Didier Robert, and the new President of the Republic of Madagascar, His Excellency...

Lombok Tourism is open and hungry for business in 2019

Around 90% of tourism operations in Lombok, Indonesia, are back in business following the devastating earthquakes of August 2018. In the north west of...

The Future of MICE: Interview with IMEX CEO Carina Bauer

CEO of the IMEX Group Carina Bauer graduated from Oxford University, UK, in Politics, Philosophy and Economics in 1998, Carina began her career in...

Tourism’s “Invisible Burden”: Major new report

A new report suggests that wherever it exists, tourism places an “invisible burden” on destinations and their residents.

International inbound travel expected to peter out

The growth of both international and domestic travel are projected to decelerate in the first few months of 2019.

Jamaica Tourism Minister committed to new architecture for visitor safety and...

Safety, security and seamlessness underpin the sense of well-being of visitors crossing borders to visit Jamaica.

JetBlue Airways places massive order with Airbus

Airbus confirmed that JetBlue Airways has firmed up an order for 60 A220-300 jets, the larger model of the new, industry-leading A220 series. JetBlue’s...

Antigua & Barbuda in bad economic shape despite tourism increase

The President of the Antigua & Barbuda Business Alliance said an increase in tourism, more than local consumption, is what is needed to energize...

Air Tanzania is first in Africa to receive the Airbus A220

Representatives from the airline as well as officials from the United Republic of Tanzania Government alongside executives from the A220 program handed over the...

Boeing delivers first 737 MAX to Korean airline

Boeing today delivered the first 737 MAX for Eastar Jet, making it the first airline in Korea to operate the more fuel-efficient and...

India has excellent news for Boeing

This year alone, more than 10 million passengers, on average, traveled within India each month, and this is excellent news for Boeing.

Heathrow will handle 66 London Eyes worth of Christmas cargo

Heathrow data reveals the role the UK’s only hub airport and biggest port by value plays in transporting essential ingredients for Christmas celebrations across...

United Airlines announces new VP and Treasurer

United Airlines (UAL) today announced Pam Hendry has been named vice president and treasurer. Hendry will be responsible for Corporate Finance, Treasury Operations and...

Air Astana celebrates delivery of first Embraer E190-E2

Air Astana celebrated the delivery of its first Embraer E190-E2 at a ceremony held in the carrier's Aviation Technical Center hangar at Astana airport...

First ANA A380 rolls-out of paint shop with unique livery

The first A380 for All Nippon Airways (ANA) has rolled out of the Airbus paint shop in Hamburg, Germany, bearing the airline’s distinctive and...

Amadeus and Points help airlines unlock greater economics from loyalty programs

At a time when travelers are more discerning than ever, it can be a challenge for airlines to retain their loyalty. The right loyalty...

First time ever in Asia: Madhya Pradesh Tourism successfully hosted AdventureNext...

An international event specialized in Adventure travel, one of its kinds in ASIA, successfully concluded by MP tourism

US Travel: Gloomy international projections overshadow domestic travel gains

Travel to and within the U.S. grew 3.2 percent year-over-year in October, according to the U.S. Travel Association's latest Travel Trends Index (TTI)—marking the...

Disaster economics: the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

On February 1, 1953, a fierce, sustained storm created a huge surge in the North Sea off the coast of Holland.

In Portugal tourism is a matter of economics

Portugal’s tourism sector is represented by Bernard Luis Amador Trindade who could easily be mistaken for a movie star, but it is his Mediterranean charm, business intelligence, and political savvy
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