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Airbus selects 51 teams for Fly Your Ideas global competition

Airbus has shortlisted 51 international student teams to go into round two of its sixth Fly Your Ideas global challenge. Students were invited to...

M.I.C.E.-in-the-bag hits another big run in Düsseldorf, Germany

Düsseldorf was the backdrop for M.I.C.E.-in-the-bag’s latest pop-up event, the fifth one in two years. As with the previous ones held in London, Stockholm,...

MICE in the bag hits another big run in Düsseldorf, Germany,...

M.I.C.E.-in-the-bag organized another of its invitation-only “Insider Gathering” events at the wonderful Chateauform in Düsseldorf on November 20th. The tailored B2B gathering saw 17 among buyers and suppliers coming from everywhere in Europe, connecting with each other in the usual informal and friendly environment.

10 finalists announced in 1st UNWTO Tourism Startup Competition

The 1st UNWTO Tourism Startup Competition is a pioneering initiative that has identified emerging companies at the forefront of the transformation of the tourism...

Active shooter incidents: How to Identify a Defensible Area?

Active shooter incidents used to be rare events. People are now realizing there is a higher potential for being involved in one as the frequency of these events increases. According to a 2018 FBI report, twenty-one states around the country, from California to Maryland, saw active shooter incidents in the two-year period from 2016 to 2017, ten more than in the previous two-year perio

IMEX Group: Leveraging assets set to dominate 2019

2018 has been the year when interest in live events, experiential activities, women in leadership, mental wellbeing and robots skyrocketed. In 2019, IMEX Group...

What animal is so big, it got its own Travel Mart?

A new event seeks to raise awareness of growing global interest in ecotourism and at the same time, create opportunities that benefit this mammal, the environment and local communities.

Passengers have no shortage of service improvement ideas

Passenger rights groups cheered last year when the Transportation Department adopted fines for airlines that leave passengers stranded on delayed flights for more than three hours.

Crandall looks at the airline industry, doesn’t like what he sees

Former AMR and American Airlines chief Robert L. Crandall spoke Tuesday night to the Wings Club in New York, and had some interesting ideas.
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