Tag: mistakes

7 new technologies that will rock the future of air travel
Airline News

7 new technologies that will rock the future of air travel

mm Chief Assignment Editor- June 6, 2019

Air travel technology is changing at a rapid pace –– what can we expect to see in the near future? ... Read More

Russia’s Prosecutor General: “Poor state of Russia’s aviation caused Superjet disaster”
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Russia’s Prosecutor General: “Poor state of Russia’s aviation caused Superjet disaster”

mm Chief Assignment Editor- May 29, 2019

The recent catastrophic crash-landing of a Sukhoi Superjet-100 at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport was a result of the poor state of ... Read More

eTN Hero: Cordelia Igel, team leader at Vox Restaurant, Grand Hyatt Hotel Berlin
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eTN Hero: Cordelia Igel, team leader at Vox Restaurant, Grand Hyatt Hotel Berlin

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- April 22, 2019

Many of us traveling around the globe on business have travel stories to tell. I spend more than 100 fully-paid ... Read More

Shocking statement by Southwest Airlines Pilots Association: A to B safely or not at all
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Shocking statement by Southwest Airlines Pilots Association: A to B safely or not at all

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- February 26, 2019

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

FAA investigating Southwest Airlines safety in how it calculates weight
Travel Safety & Emergencies

FAA investigating Southwest Airlines safety in how it calculates weight

editor editor- February 20, 2019

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) documents show that Southwest Airlines has made frequent mistakes in calculations and luggage-loading practices that could ... Read More

IATA’s chief speaks at CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Affairs Summit in Doha
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IATA’s chief speaks at CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Affairs Summit in Doha

mm Chief Assignment Editor- February 5, 2019

Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s Director General and CEO addressed the CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Affairs Summit in Doha, Qatar today: ... Read More

PATA Youth Symposium inspires the next generation
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PATA Youth Symposium inspires the next generation

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- September 14, 2018

The PATA Youth Symposium, hosted by the Langkawi Development Authority (LADA) and the Alumni Association of UiTM Students' Representative Council ... Read More

Hawaii has a responsibility to visitors. False atomic bomb alert is questioning security
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Hawaii has a responsibility to visitors. False atomic bomb alert is questioning security

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- January 13, 2018

It took 38 minutes for the Hawaii State Government to tweet an atomic attack on the island was a false ... Read More

Going places? Leave your dreadlocks and Crocs at home
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Going places? Leave your dreadlocks and Crocs at home

editor editor- September 16, 2011

The question of whether it is possible to look good while exploring the globe is one that has long vexed ... Read More

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London hoteliers urged to stop being greedy

editor editor- July 13, 2011

LONDON, England - London hoteliers are being urged to keep their rates at reasonable levels during the Olympic Games next ... Read More

According to federal records numerous airline accidents happened in last 5 years
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According to federal records numerous airline accidents happened in last 5 years

editor editor- April 12, 2010

Since 2005, there have been numerous airline accidents, as well as thousands of minor mistakes, according to federal records. Fatal ... Read More

Don’t let blowing your nose or taking off your shoes land you in hot water when you travel
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Don’t let blowing your nose or taking off your shoes land you in hot water when you travel

editor editor- March 5, 2009

Touching Someone Where It’s Offensive: Korea, Thailand, China, Europe, the Middle East. Read More

Should airlines honor fare errors?
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Should airlines honor fare errors?

editor editor- January 20, 2009

Have you ever taken advantage of a suspiciously low airfare - say $300 to Europe in business class - that ... Read More

Booming tourism in emerging economies promises huge benefits. But not if it copies the mistakes of mature markets
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Booming tourism in emerging economies promises huge benefits. But not if it copies the mistakes of mature markets

editor editor- May 18, 2008

When low-cost air travel was taking off in Europe in the early 1990s, the German and the British ambassadors to ... Read More

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