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New ministry-level leadership in British Virgin Islands tourism

The British Virgin Islands has new leadership in the pivotal Tourism sector with the recent election of Premier and Minister responsible for Tourism, Hon....

Bahamas Ministry of Tourism response to U.S. Travel Advisory

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation is aware of the recent update to the U.S. Travel Advisory for The Bahamas reported also on...

Shocking statement by Southwest Airlines Pilots Association: A to B safely...

Today, Captain Jon Weaks, president of the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association, issued a communication to the nearly 10,000 pilots represented by the association. In his...

Tourists stranded 80 feet in the air for hours after SeaWorld...

Sixteen tourists were trapped 80 feet in the air when a SeaWorld San Diego ride malfunctioned, leaving them suspended for nearly four hours as...

FAA makes major drone ID marking change

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has posted a rule in the Federal Register requiring small drone owners to display the FAA-issued registration number on...

Airbus readies massive presence at Aero India

From flying and static displays of its best-in-class products to showcasing its cutting-edge aerospace services, Airbus has planned one of its biggest-ever participation at...

Uganda officials bust major ivory and pangolin scales smuggling racket

Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) has started reaping the results from the introduction of Non-intrusive Cargo Inspection (NII) scanning technology that this week, uncovered a...

Prague Airport opens new Commercial Zone

Prague Airport has launched operations of a new commercial zone at Terminal 2 featuring a total of 2,200 sq.m. The new area, located...

Tourism to Israel continues to increase at record-breaking rates

Israel had its best tourism year to date, with more than 4.12 million tourist entries recorded from January to December 2018, an increase of...

Drop your luggage

The airlines do not care if we are going to be away from home for one hour or one year, baggage is evil and must be stowed away (for a fee).

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.

Qantas ordered to inspect A380s wing cracks

Qantas will inspect its fleet of Airbus A380s for cracks on its wings following a European directive, but the engineers' union says it should have happened months ago.

US Department of Agriculture withdraws inspection fee increase

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) withdrew the recently-published interim rule to increase the fees charged for certain agricultural quarantine

Bahrain Exhibition & Convention Authority welcomes UK marketing agency

Johan Hult and Chris Doggart, account director and head of technical production, respectively, for George P.

NYC inspectors check scales at New York’s airports

NEW YORK - Travelers girding themselves for the Thanksgiving crush at city airports can cross one concern off their lists: recent inspections show scales used to weigh luggage are mostly accurate.

Pre MITM inspection trip a success for Cartagena de Indias

Selected incentive travel, congress and events buyers from the USA, Europe and Latin America will get together with Latin and North American exhibitors.

American Eagle Airlines statement about TSA actions in Chicago

FORT WORTH, TX (August 20, 2008) - On the morning of August 19, a TSA transportation security inspector used a sensitive piece of equipment on nine American Eagle aircraft to hoist himself up from the
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