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China hotel chain expands into Indonesia

OYO chain of hotels and homes is seeing exponential growth in Indonesia in less than three months of its operations in the country. Launched...

Happy Birthday, Jumbo! Legendary Boeing 747 turns 50

It's been 50 years since the first Boeing 747-100 took off over Seattle on its official maiden flight on February 9th, 1969 – to...

Seychelles International Airways planning to start flying next year

Seychelles International Airways will start operations next year linking Seychelles with non-stop direct flights to Europe and the Far East.

eTN Sri Lanka contributor appointed to international board of Asian Eco-Tourism...

Srilal Miththapala, senior tourism industry personality and regular contributor to eTurboNews from Sri Lanka, has been appointed to the Board of the Asian Eco-Tourism Network.

Boeing and Embraer approve terms of strategic joint venture

Boeing is expected to further expand its business aviation segment with the strategic joint venture with Embraer - one of the major business jets...

Fed up with the 9-5? Best global cities to be a...

Recent analysis by online home rental company Spotahome has standardised the latest city and country-level data available.

India Women in Aviation International celebrates Girls in Aviation Day

International Civil Aviation Day is to help generate and reinforce worldwide awareness of the importance of international civil aviation towards the social and economic development.

Kenya’s first 100% solar hotel

The demand from eco-travelers is growing and Serena continues to adapt its business best practices model to meet the ecological travel experiences and expectations of today’s guest.

Qantas braces for engineers’ strike

Qantas passengers face probable disruptions to flights after the airline's 1600 licensed aircraft engineers announced today that they would begin strike action this week.

European aviation hangs whistleblowers out to dry

The people most likely to have seen the need to address safety issues with the aircraft you are about to board, are the aircraft engineers.

Rwandair employs local engineers

Following the recent acquisition of two CRJ200 aircraft from Germany’s Lufthansa, which come with a spare part and maintenance support package, RwandAir has reportedly recruited 6 Rwandan aircraft e

Passenger safety under threat

MALMÖ, Sweden (September 12, 2008)- "Airline passengers are unwittingly facing higher levels of risks due to the increasing amount of aircraft system faults being reported when commercially convenien
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