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Alitalia airline: Of back doors and scoundrels?

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Development, Luigi Di Maio, meeting the unions at Mise, (Ministry of Economic Development) outlined the account of...

RIU Hotels & Resorts and TUI: A safety concern for German...

RIU Hotels & Resorts just bought 10 million Euros in the form of 1.1 million shares in TUI AG, holding now a stake of...

RIU Hotels & Resorts increases stake in TUI Group

The hotel chain RIU Hotels & Resorts has just completed the purchase of a block of 1,100,000 shares in TUI AG for a price...

Flights canceled, trains stopped, bus services halted – strike chaos paralyzes...

Unions' general strike over wages and working conditions has brought Belgium to a screeching halt, causing complete chaos in airports, on the roads and...

“The urgency of the New Coastal Road” for Reunion Island makes...

February 5, 2019, a fall of about 500 kilos of rocks occurred at 3:50 pm on the Reunion main coastal road causing no injury....

Finnish travelers support renewable jet fuel

A recent public debate of flight-related emissions has had an effect on Finnish consumers. Of all respondents, 50 percent said that they are aware...

Munich Airport introduces the “MeetingCab” at Terminal 2

Are you looking for a private location at Munich Airport? Some space where you, as a passenger, can have a quiet business meeting without...

Lufthansa goes on hiring spree in 2019

Lufthansa Group is expecting to hire approximately 5500 new employees in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Belgium this year. The airline group is looking to...

Greek Tourism puts its money where its mouth is

Greek Tourism is contributing over 400 million euros to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to help boost tourism in the country.

71 years old French man to cross Atlantic in a barrel...

Savin had worked on his vessel for months in the small shipyard of Ares on France's southwest coast. Savin is 71-year-old and from France. He...

Emirates presents super lounge at Fiumicino Airport

The Rome Leonardo da Vinci Airport Emirates lounge, an area of 950 square meters, stands among the most spacious lounges in the Roman airport.

Top international countries and events at 40th SIGEP

The appointment at SIGEP 2019 already has the participation of over 20 countries scheduled

Italian Exhibition Group strengthens its growth with €111.8 million in revenue

At the press conference today, Italian Exhibition Group (IEG) communicated its results as at 30th September 2018. The figures, regarding the Group’s consolidated financial...

FRAPORT Airport Tour with a Focus on Terminal 3 Construction Project

The future Terminal 3 at Frankfurt Airport is one of the largest privately funded construction projects underway in Europe.

IAG: Final assault on CEO of Norwegian Air?

Willie Walsh, CEO of the International Airlines Group (IAG), decided to give the final assault to Norwegian Air Shuttle.

Tennis tourists bearing Euros find US Open Grand Slam bargain

Barbara Steur of Amsterdam says she knows a bargain when she sees one. The U.S.

Lufthansa remains on course after the first half of 2008

Lufthansa (the "Group") remains on course with an improved operating result - during the first six months of 2008, the Group increased its offer and sales.

Deals in dollars

Here's a bright spot in the sad traveler's tale of the ever-weak dollar.

Montenegro introduces eco-tax for tourist cars

PODGORICA - Montenegro will launch a new green tax this summer for all foreign cars, buses and trucks entering the Adriatic state to try to protect its environment, officials said on Monday.

Aer Lingus is refusing to honour an online offer

DUBLIN - Irish airline Aer Lingus is refusing to honour an online offer which mistakenly sold business class transatlantic flights for five euros (eight dollars, four pounds), a spokesman said Thursday. The flights would normally sell for 1,775 euros one way, said Enda Corneille, Aer Lingus director of corporate affairs who apologised to the customers concerned.

“…I might withdraw 300 Euros, that is $500. It is just...

The dollar's sharp drop on currency markets, along with economic doldrums in the United States are taking their toll on American tourists and expatriates overseas. Even Paris has seen a 10 percent decline in its number-one foreign visitor.

Euro muscles in on US tourist trade

With the US dollar falling to record lows against the Euro, shopkeepers in New York and Washington have begun accepting the foreign currency. Their decision is largely motivated by the increasing number of European visitors coming to America. But these small business owners are also keen to build up a bankroll of a stronger currency for themselves.
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