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2019: The year of PROUD Experiences

The debut of PROUD Experiences held in 2018 in London created the first b2b travel and lifestyle event for premium travel suppliers and buyers targeting the LGBTQ+ global community.

CEO Ahmed of Emirates calls Lions Air B737 MAX crash a...

Fly Dubai is awaiting delivery of the Boeing 737 MAX, the same aircraft that just had a deadly crash when a Lion Air B737 MAX crashed in Indonesia recently. The question of how safe the Boeing 737 MAX was asked by eTurboNews.

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...

Demand for business-class to increase in 2011, say analysts

SINGAPORE: Asia's airline industry has made a full recovery from its worst downturn in the wake of the global recession and air travel in the region has returned to pre-crisis levels - with a strong s

IATA: Demand in premium travel is recovering

GENEVA, April 15 (Reuters) - Demand for first and business class plane seats is recovering with the revival of global trade, although demand remains below highs reached in 2008, the airline industry a

High profile customers parting ways with British Airways

LONDON - British Airways PLC already losing money as a result of the severe downturn in the aviation industry, has lost its hold over some high profile customers as the recession forces the U.K.

IATA reports drop in premium business and first-class travel

Premium business and first-class travel continued its 12-month drop in May, International Air Transport Association (IATA) reported Thursday.

BA: Will keep focusing on premium travel

British Airways Plc won’t budge from its strategy of focusing on premium travel even as the recession saps demand for its most lucrative services across the North Atlantic, the carrier’s U.S.

Asian carriers shaken by plunge in premium travel

SINGAPORE — Casey Chan used to fly business class every other month to oversee his company's electronics factory in China until late last year, when orders from Western buyers suddenly started dryin
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