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Cyclone Idai: What the African Tourism Board is doing?

“The situation is terrible,” Jamie LeSueur of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said Tuesday in a press statement. “The...

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg finally is trying to get the record...

One of the largest companies in the United States is responsible for tens of thousands of jobs and has been under serious attack by...

Yale, Columbia, UCLA, UC Berkeley: Trump’s trade wars cost US economy...

America’s trade war resulted in $7.8 billion in losses for the nation’s economy, while the subsequent higher costs of imports took more than $68...

Record travel insurance claims expected after grounding of Boeing 737 Max...

Travel insurance claims advocates at InsureMyTrip are gearing up for a record number of claims following the grounding of Boeing 737 Max jets nationwide....

Airlines demanding compensation from Boeing for 737 Max fiasco losses

Airlines are beginning to demand compensation from Boeing as revenue losses are expected to mount after the troubled Boeing MAX 737 was grounded around...

Hawaii hotel performance overall declined

In January 2019, Hawaii hotels statewide reported a small increase in average daily rate (ADR) but a decrease in occupancy resulted in lower revenue...

Renewed losses for Air Mauritius pose major threat

Compared to the previous financial year, when the airline showed a profit of over 10 million euros, the fortunes of Air Mauritius have reversed...

IATA: Airline industry showing continuing safety improvements

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for the 2018 safety performance of the commercial airline industry showing continuing safety improvements over the...

Travel losses exceed $800 million due to US government shutdown

The previous US government shutdown 35-day stalemate sidelined hundreds of thousands of federal workers without pay, created disarray in national parks, caused disruptions to...

Farewell A380: Airbus announces the end of superjumbo production

European aerospace giant Airbus has announced Thursday it will stop making its superjumbo A380 in 2021. The announcement came after Airbus' biggest customer, Emirates,...

Airbus reports strong Full-Year 2018 results, delivers on guidance

Strong 2018 performance, guidance delivered Revenues € 64 billion; EBIT Adjusted € 5.8 billion; Free Cash Flow Before M&A and Customer Financing € 2.9...

How did Hawaii hotels perform in 2018?

Hawaii hotels statewide concluded 2018 with modest increases in revenue per available room (RevPAR) and average daily rate (ADR), and a small decrease in occupancy.

SriLankan Airlines says Airbus aircraft not right for them

SriLankan Airlines said in a statement that it "wishes to clarify its position with regard to the utilization of one of its Airbus A330-200 aircraft.

East African regional airlines battle to take over the African skies

East  African regional airlines are now fighting a winning and losing battle over the African skies which Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines and South African...

Why a Sri Lankan Airlines A330-200 is parked in Colombo with...

A Sri Lankan Airlines Airbus A330-200 has been parked at Colombo Bandaranaike International Airport with one engine missing and is not moving. The Airline said...

What’s the motive for attacking Kenya?

Attacking the travel and tourism industry is the modus operandi by almost every terror group in the world. Tourism is a fragile industry and...

New Hard Rock Resort concept unveiled in Japan

Jim Allen, chairman and CEO of Hard Rock International, revealed a full-scale model of Hard Rock Japan's World-Class Entertainment Resort concept during Hokkaido's Integrated...

Essential questions to ask business vendors

There are some fundamental questions that you should ask vendors before you sign on the dotted line.

Most stressful US airports this Christmas named

To help empower travelers to make more informed decisions when it comes to holiday travel, travel experts reveal which airports to possibly avoid. • Experts predict...

Canadian Minister Garneau announces new regulations to protect marine passengers

The Government of Canada takes marine safety and security, and the well-being of all Canadians very seriously. That is why we are taking action...

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...

More turbulence ahead: Increasingly difficult times for private jet travel

PrivatAir filed for insolvency on December 5, 2018 – and while its focus was on charter rather than fractional ownership or jet cards, this...

Global legacy carriers feel the heat

"Qantas has been through an exceptional period in its history over the past 12 months." When Alan Joyce, the Australian airlines's chief executive uttered the sober statement last week, there were few

Arab spring costs Jordan $1B in lost tourism revenues

AMMAN, Jordan - Political turmoil hitting the region cost Jordan's ailing tourism sector a staggering one billion US dollars in lost revenues, a senior official said today.

Revolution has cost Egyptian economy over $1 billion

The Egyptian revolution that successfully ousted Hosni Mubarak as president has cost the economy more than six billion Egyptian pounds (Dh3.74 billion) in losses in the manufacturing, construction and
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