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In the Hawaiian Islands, timeshare properties reported an average occupancy rate of 90.1 percent statewide in the third quarter of 2018, which was the...
Opponents and those competing with Airbnb are hotels, resorts, and community activists. Are these opponents now in the business of producing fake news, fake...
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...
Los Angeles now joins the growing list of other major U.S. cities, including New York, Washington, D.C., Boston and San Francisco, that have stepped up recently to pass or strengthen legislation that protects affordable housing and the community fabric of neighborhoods that have been negatively impacted by short-term rentals like Airbnb.
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).
Zone boarding, an aviation standard for decades, will soon be a thing of the past for Delta customers as the airline makes a global...
Global airline traffic in February jumped 9.5pc from a year earlier as carriers filled planes by keeping long-haul aircraft on the ground more, the International Air Transport Association said.
World Cup: Hopes that South Africa’s hospitality industry will have a bumper off-season this year due to the World Cup were dealt a blow last week after it was revealed foreign football fans are unl
A funny thing has happened during the airline industry's economic slump. The airlines have actually improved customer service.
U.S. airlines recorded their best July for on-time arrivals in six years, a happy byproduct of an unhappy airline industry that has eliminated thousands of flights.
Scheduled airline seats to Hawaii this fall are 2.1 percent lower than in the same September-November period last year.
Tourist-related businesses expect a quieter summer, especially along the Canada-U.S. border with the new passport rule.
With the summer vacation season officially beginning this weekend, the recession-racked travel industry is aiming to lure economically insecure Americans with all kinds of enticing offers, from reduce
GENEVA - Airlines worldwide filled 21 percent fewer executive class seats in February than the same month a year ago as fewer people took long-haul business trips, industry group IATA said on Thursday
PRESCOTT, Ariz. - The rejection from Air Midwest came swiftly on a one-page fax. The carrier couldn't afford to fly to the mountain community of Prescott anymore, officials said. The city would simply have to find a new tenant for its tiny airport. "Everything was going fine — then, bam — the airline is gone," Mayor Jack Wilson said with a sigh. "That's just not how you do business."
NEW YORK - Fewer people will fly this summer, according the Air Transport Association, and those who do should expect higher fares and crowded flights. "I think that a rise in fares is inevitable," said James May, president of the industry group ATA, speaking at a press conference in Washington, D.C. Tuesday.
The number of seats on flights to Hawaii is declining compared to a year ago. The Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism said Monday that airline capacity will drop 0.9 percent to 2,513,256 seats in the current three-month period, February through April, compared to the same period a year ago.