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Most stressful US airports this Christmas named

To help empower travelers to make more informed decisions when it comes to holiday travel, travel experts reveal which airports to possibly avoid. • Experts predict...

FAA: Do not aim holiday laser-light displays at the sky!

With the holiday season upon us, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) wants to make sure your laser-light displays are aimed at your house and...

Flights on hold at Honolulu airport

An offshore incident involving a military plane has caused flights to be put on hold at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu on...

Canada’s Aviation Fatigue Rules Less Safe than US

The Air Canada Pilots Association, the largest single pilot group in Canada - representing more than 4,000 professional pilots across Canada who fly the vast majority of Canadian overseas flights, is gravely disappointed that Minister Garneau and the federal government are moving forward with substandard fatigue rules.

Holiday Travel using U.S. airports: The best and the worst

U.S. airlines carried 72.3 million passengers in December 2017, a new all-time high, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS).

What Marriott told victims of massive security crime? Transcript of an...

A massive database breach was reported by Marriott Hotels and Resorts at their Starwood brand on November 30. In the meantime, Marriott Security procedures had been in the global spotlight resulting in various legal and criminal actions taken by authorities around the world against the largest hotel chain in the world. A PR nightmare has been unfolding for Marriott resulting in making the brand speechless in avoiding responses to the media.

New Pakistani airlines ‘unlikely’ to launch due to strict aviation policy,...

According to senior Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority official, new domestic airlines, which obtained licences in recent past, are 'unlikely' to start operations in Pakistan...

We-Ko-Pa Resort to host American Indian Tourism Conference

The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) has revealed the host site for its 22nd annual American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC.) In September...

Federal vs state immigration – who has the final say?

WASHINGTON, DC - The US Department of Justice has requested a preliminary injunction to delay enactment of SB 1070, passed by the Arizona legislature, filing a lawsuit against the state in federal cou

Kahului Airport receives Hawaii’s first stimulus-funded construction project

Hawaii's first construction project using federal stimulus money is now under way at Kahului Airport.

Feds challenges Hot Springs tourism board’s ‘National Park’ claim

The Interior Department is moving to block a city tourism board from attaining a trademark for the "Hot Springs National Park" logo, a symbol that is used throughout the resort town and in promotional advertising. The logo does not delineate between the national park itself and the city, and the federal agency said in a filing that the two should be kept distinct.
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