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Constance Lemuria welcomes celebrity golf players for first MCB-Staysure Tournament in...

The golf club staff at Constance Lémuria, the place to be this weekend as a golf enthusiast.

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...

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...

Corinthia Hotels’ diverse CSR initiatives in 2018 have positive impact on...

During 2018, some 762 pupils and 14 teachers at Buwambo Primary School in Uganda have Corinthia Hotels to thank for clean, safe water.

PM Hotel Group’s HOTEL DU PONT welcomes new Managing Director

The iconic HOTEL DU PONT which opened in 1913 and remains an internationally-renowned architectural jewel, has named industry veteran, Greg Kavanagh, as Managing Director....

Canaveral Port Authority Commissioners approve bonding for new cruise terminal

The Canaveral Port Authority (CPA) Board of Commissioners today voted to approve a resolution for the issuance of a series of bonds up to...

Airbus Corporate Jets display points way to future of business aviation

Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) is exhibiting an ACJ319 at the MEBAA show, highlighting the comfort and space on offer, and echoing the trend towards...

Lufthansa Supervisory Board expands Executive Board

The Supervisory Board of Deutsche Lufthansa AG has laid the foundations for improving the operational stability and quality of the Lufthansa Group airlines. With...

World slightly more peaceful in 2012

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Kenyan tourism stakeholders mince no words over roads, water

(eTN) - A tourism stakeholder meeting earlier in the week at the Sarova Whitesands Resort and Spa once again focused on the perennial challenges the industry at the Kenyan coast is faced with - poor r

Zanzibar sets new plan for tourism growth

Zanzibar is looking at tourism as the leading foreign revenue source, as the number of foreign tourists visiting the island has been growing in the past years.

Tourism helps Japan-China ties, but needs improvements

BEIJING, China - Tourism, a crucial but unofficial way for Chinese and Japanese to know more about each other, needs improving to strengthen bilateral ties during the post-earthquake era, according to

IATA: Europe’s air traffic management improvement off course

Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) warned today that states are falling behind in their commitments to improve Europe’s notoriously inefficient air traffic management.

American Airlines unveils new suite of premium products on international flights

FORT WORTH, Texas - As part of its focus on continually improving the customer experience, American Airlines is introducing a new suite of premium class amenities.

UN: Japan nuclear crisis “still very serious”

The United Nations agency that coordinates global nuclear safety today reported “some improvements” in the Japanese nuclear power plant crisis, but warned that the overall situation remains very s

UN: Global economy unlikely to improve significantly next year

A United Nations report unveiled today paints a gloomy picture of the performance of the global economy next year, with growth projected to be a meagre 3.1 per cent, followed by 3.5 per cent in 2012

Nigerian airlines may be allowed back to US

LAGOS - Nigerian airlines could be allowed to fly their own planes to the United States by the end of the year following improvements in aviation security in the West African nation, U.S.

Air China working on over 100 service improvements to stay competitive

Air China Ltd., the nation’s largest international carrier, said it’s working on more than 100 service improvements as it competes with Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. and Delta Air Lines Inc.

One upside to current extra-fee-ganza – better airline food

Airlines keep coming up with creative ways to tick people off. Spirit Airlines announced this month that it will start charging passengers as much as $45 to bring a carry-on bag.

Ports need more than a wharf to encourage cruise ships to...

For 17 days last year, up to 2000 passengers got off their luxury liner and stepped onto a wharf with a tin shed and little in the way of basic services.

US Airways improving, but still leads in gripes

Without question, US Airways has plenty of reasons to brag this year.

What LAX really needs

If, heaven forbid, there should be a crash on Los Angeles International Airport's dangerously configured north runways, family members of the victims can be consoled by the knowledge that their loved

United receives top honors for improvements in customer relations

CHICAGO, IL - An independent advisory panel made up of Six Sigma experts from several industries has recognized United for improvements it has made to how it responds to customers when their travel do
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