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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines “ready to help” Air Zimbabwe

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, is ready to co-operate with Air Zimbabwe in a massive boost for the national flag carrier struggling to find friends in the skies.

Massive Red Cross relief response spans ten states

WASHINGTON, DC - Thousands of American Red Cross disaster workers are providing aid and comfort to people affected by Superstorm Sandy.

UN declares famine in two regions of Somalia

The United Nations today declared a famine in two regions of southern Somalia owing to the worst drought in decades, and appealed for urgent resources to assist millions of people in desperate need of

UN rushes help to tsunami-striken Japan

From blankets to emergency communications equipment to technological expertise, United Nations agencies are rushing assistance to Japan to help cope with the multi-front disaster caused by last week

Istanbul forum offers chance to recommit to helping poorest nations

The forthcoming conference on the world’s least developed countries provides an opportunity for the international community to recommit to helping these vulnerable States achieve economic growth and

Airline alliances – knowing who is who can often save travelers...

Vietnam Airlines joined the SkyTeam alliance earlier this month, the latest airline to join one of the three loose confederations that dominate the aviation industry.

European Union to help airline industry recover from $3.3 billion losses

BRUSSELS – Europe should help its aviation industry recover from up to euro2.5 billion ($3.3 billion) in losses from the volcanic ash crisis by reforming its air traffic control system, offering loa

Cruise lines continue assisting Haiti

After a flurry of attention and several weeks of whirlwind fundraising, the buzz surrounding the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12 -- and Royal Caribbean's controversial decision to

Just Help Haiti receives more support from travel and tourism industry

With the message that we must continue to support Haiti well after the emergency relief program is over by planning now to rebuild the country’s water and sanitation infrastructure, international wa

Air India turns to employees for help with crisis

NEW DELHI - State-run Air India has asked its employees to work jointly toward overcoming the financial crisis faced by the nation's flag carrier.

City’s ex-cons to help Naples tourists

Tourists in Naples are being welcomed by ex-convicts who help them cross the streets in the hair-raising traffic, offer information and even escort them through the city's more dangerous alleyways und

Mexico offers aid to businesses hurt by swine flu

Mexico’s federal government will provide 27.4 billion pesos ($2.1 billion) in aid to help the economy recover from the effects of the country’s swine flu outbreak, Finance Minister Agustin Carsten

Hawaii asks Obama to bring back business travelers

HONOLULU — Tourism industry leaders in Hawaii coping with the sharp downturn in business travel are seeking help from a native son — President Barack Obama.

Tourism ‘at end of the line for help’ and jobs at...

The nation's tourism sector has slammed the Rudd Government for not coming to the aid of the struggling industry despite giving billions to the car industry, saying they were placed at the "back of th

Le Passage to India extends a helping hand to flood victims...

Le Passage to India (LPTI), India's leading destination management company, joined hands with TI Info Tech, TUI India, Indian Routes, and Select Hotels to help flood victims in Bihar.

Visitors: Tourist police of no help

NEW DELHI - A tourist is often greeted to the Capital by pesky touts or auto and taxi drivers trying to drive a hard bargain.

Limerick street ambassadors help 15,000 tourists

More than 15,000 visitors to Limerick were helped this summer by guides, according to the Limerick co-ordination office.

A helping hand for Olympic tourists, a wary eye on political...

BEIJING--The Beijing Olympic Games have created a wave of volunteerism involving more than 1 million people, including those not registered as official volunteers.

Beijing opens website to help Olympic tourists

BEIJING -- A Beijing municipal government-run website was launched Wednesday to help worldwide athletes, referees, officials, journalists and tourists easily find restaurants, shopping centers and en

Airline says ‘no’ to help for tetraplegic

A Christchurch tetraplegic is being forced to pay thousands of dollars for an in-flight carer because Air New Zealand staff cannot help him into his seat.Alan Pullar said he had to pay for a carer to fly to the United States with him and his wife next month because Air New Zealand would not provide staff to lift him in and out of his seat.

Special flights for stranded Hawaii tourists

The Hawaii Tourism Authority has contracted with Hawaiian Airlines to schedule special round-trip flights Monday and Wednesday between Honolulu (HNL) and San Francisco (SFO) to help travelers who were stranded by the sudden shutdown this week of Aloha Airlines and ATA Airlines.

United, Hawaiian offer help but no guarantees to Aloha passengers

While Aloha Airlines customers won't be stranded, those with reservations for future flights or who want a refund will face some challenges.Aloha said passengers with confirmed reservations for travel after March 31 should contact its code-share partner, United Airlines, or Hawaiian Airlines, which has offered to honor Aloha tickets on a first-come, first-served basis through April 3.

Germany to help Kenya’s tourism

The German government will help Kenya to revive the tourism industry, Germany Foreign minister Frank Walter Steinmeier said on Saturday.Dr Steinmeier said that the power-sharing deal signed by President Kibaki and Raila Odinga was the only recourse to peace.He said this when he met a delegation from Kenya led by Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka.

Help scrawled in desert sand saves tourist

Font Size: Decrease Increase Print Page: Print By Rebekah Cavanagh | February 29, 2008 THE word "HELP'' drawn in the desert sand has led searchers to a lost French tourist who had been missing in the Northern Territory Outback for five days.

Airline says traveler who died was helped

NEW YORK - American Airlines on Monday insisted that it tried to help a passenger who died after complaining she could not breathe. It disputed the account of a relative who said the woman was denied oxygen and that medical devices failed.

Libya to help Sierra Leone boost tourism, energy sectors

Libya has offered to help Sierra Leone in its post-war rescuscitation of the tourism industry and energy supply sector, the government here said on Tuesday.A team of technical experts is due in Sierra Leone "within weeks ... to undertake feasibility studies in tourism and energy provision," a government statement said.