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Milan Bergamo Airport unveils new infrastructure projects

Milan Bergamo Airport catering to growing passenger demand

Vancouver International Airport welcomes 25-millionth airline passenger

Today, Vancouver International Airport (YVR) served its 25-millionth annual passenger, two years ahead of forecast. This accelerated growth can be attributed to a strong...

New airport lounge opens in Seychelles

One million passengers pass through the Seychelles airport each year.

Armenia implements training for effective management of sustainable tourism development

Armenia shapes its future to be a unique sustainable destination, building capacities in effective tourism planning and managing. A diverse group of tourism and...

Amadeus and Points help airlines unlock greater economics from loyalty programs

At a time when travelers are more discerning than ever, it can be a challenge for airlines to retain their loyalty. The right loyalty...

SkyWest Airlines and ExpressJet Airlines combined report for November 2018

SkyWest, Inc., (NASDAQ: SKYW) ("SkyWest") today reported 140,000 block hours in November 2018, compared to 144,200 block hours in November 2017, a decrease of...

Canadian Minister Garneau introduces new fatigue regulations to make air travel...

Canadians, visitors and business travellers deserve and rely on fit and well-rested flight crews to move them across Canada and around the world. Transport Canada recognizes that fatigue must be addressed in all modes of transportation and is committed to do all it can to protect the safety of Canadians.

Canadian statement regarding the release of new air fatigue regulations

Today, the Minister of Transport announced new fatigue regulations to improve air travel safety for passengers and flight crews. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is pleased to see that the Minister is taking action to address this key safety issue.

IATA: Airlines heading for a decade in the black

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) forecasts the global airline industry net profit to be $35.5 billion in 2019, slightly ahead of the $32.3...

Lufthansa expands lounge offering at Frankfurt Airport

Passengers with lounge access can now look forward to having an even more relaxed lounge stay before their departure in the Terminal 1A Schengen...

Boarding simplified: Delta extends branded fares to boarding order

Zone boarding, an aviation standard for decades, will soon be a thing of the past for Delta customers as the airline makes a global...

A winning partnership: Royole Technology and Airbus China Innovation Center

Airbus China Innovation Centre (ACIC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Royole Technology – a global pioneer in flexible displays, flexible sensors and foldable smartphones. The two parties will collaborate to develop applications that implement flexible electronic technologies in cabin environments and investigate the possibilities for commercial cooperation.

Airlines for America Forecasts Busy Air Travel this Holiday Season

Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, today projected that 45.7 million passengers will travel on U.S. airlines...

Hawaii Tourism Authority banks on Marriott with two key appointments to...

Hawaii Tourism Authority is finalizing a new leadership for the Hawaii Travel and Tourism Industry. The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) announced the appointments of two key executive leaders today, naming Keith Regan as chief administrative officer and Karen Hughes as vice president of marketing and product development. Both will begin work on December 17.

Hotel industry: Saying goodbye to 2018, ready for strong 2019

With the year coming to an end, Hotelbeds has prepared some testimonials about 2018, with insights about how the year has been for the...

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.

The 10 commandments of air travel

Delays, cancellations and destroyed travel plans: 2018 has been one of the worst years in terms of flight disruptions.

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.

Australia joins network community of luxury travel designers

“We are very happy to welcome Australia into our extraordinary collection of Preferred Destinations. Our 365 Member Agencies are always delighted to promote such...

Ethiopian Airlines and EU to establish Ethio-European International Business School

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest Aviation Group in Africa and SKYTRAX Certified Four Star Global Airline, and European Union Delegation to Ethiopia signed a letter...

Johannesburg remains Africa’s most popular destination city

Johannesburg has emerged as the most popular destination city in Africa for the fifth consecutive year, according to the annual Mastercard Global Destination Cities...

Wide-bodied aircrafts return to Calicut International

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has announced the resumption of wide-bodied aircraft operations from Calicut International Airport.

The most popular destination cities in Africa emerged

Johannesburg has emerged as the most popular destination city in Africa for the fifth consecutive year, according to the annual Mastercard Global Destination Cities...

Mexico waging PR campaign to improve its violent image

Mexican President Felipe Calderon is waging a public relations campaign to improve his country's image in the eyes of tourists and foreign investors as an increasingly violent drug war threatens to st

US Department of Transportation: Airline industry on-time rate improved in March

DALLAS — U.S. airlines are doing a better job of staying on schedule, according to the government.
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