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The JAL Group reduced capacity on a portion of its international routes in April and May this year, decreasing flight frequencies and changing fleet plans in order to secure profitability as travel de
The JAL Group announced today, plans to temporarily reduce flight frequency on certain domestic routes in efforts to maintain profitability as travel demand declined following the Great East Japan Ear
JAL Group reduced capacity on a portion of its international routes in April by decreasing flight frequency and switching to the use of smaller aircraft on select routes to secure profitability as tra
As a result of tourism to Canada tumbling last year, the federal government has scaled back its support for the Canadian Tourism Commission.
MONTREAL — Members of the airline industry group IATA pledged Saturday to improve fuel efficiency by 1.5 percent a year until 2020, and called on governments worldwide to provide incentives to speed
Several cruise lines plan to slash their Alaska itineraries in 2010 with the net result that communities from Anchorage to Fairbanks could see a 25 percent reduction in cruise ship visitors.
One of Asia’s biggest carriers, Singapore Airlines (SIA), has announced that it is planning to reduce capacity by 11 percent between April and March 2010.
BANGKOK – Bangkok Airways announced today that it is reducing its current fuel surcharge tariff on its international and domestic flights according to the current world’s oil price and to boost th
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – United Airlines charted a new path across the Pacific as the first US carrier to participate in the Asia and South Pacific Initiative to Reduce Emissions (ASPIRE), saving 1,564 g
LEXINGTON, KY — The National Tour Association board of directors has approved decreasing membership dues for 2009 in order to assist its members during the current economic crisis.
MIAMI, FL - Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd.
MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin - Midwest Airlines today announced it plans to reduce the workforce of Midwest Airlines and its Skyway subsidiary by about 1,200 employees, or 40 percent of current staffing level
American Airlines and its regional affiliate, American Eagle, today announced additional details of their capacity reductions for the fourth quarter of 2008.
BERLIN - In order to absorb part of the increased kerosene cost, Air Berlin PLC has designed a cost-reduction package to be implemented at the start of the winter flight schedule. The program comprises capacity reductions, as well as organizational measures. Instead of having 134 airplanes in service, as originally planned, only 120 are to remain in service at the end of the year.
ExpressJet Holdings, Inc. announced today that, while it continues to explore all of its strategic options, it has entered into a new seven-year capacity purchase agreement with Continental Airlines, Inc.