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Foreign tourists visiting Indonesia can apply for a tax refund when buying goods here next year, according to the newly endorsed law on value added tax and luxury tax.
In August 2008, Lily Alejandria, a working mother with two children in Folsom, California, organized a dream vacation - a European cruise - for her husband and a few close friends.
If the walls in Room 1117 of the Travelodge on East Harrison Street could talk, they'd probably have told Stephanie De Verges to get out.
NEW YORK, NY - New York-based value airline JetBlue Airways Corporation announced today The JetBlue Promise Program, boosting customers' confidence to book travel by honoring a full refund to anyone w
The Florida Attorney General’s Office said two cruise lines have agreed to refund about $3 million to consumers nationwide who were charged fuel surcharges after they booked their cruise.
LAGOS, Nigeria (eTN) - Having just survived cabinet reshuffle, the Nigerian House of Representatives on Thursday told Nigerian Culture, Tourism and National Orientation Minister Prince Adetokunbo Kayo
After initially claiming it was down to the family not taking out adequate travel insurance at the time of booking, EasyJet airline has agreed to refund plane fare to a family who had to cancel a trip when their young daughter contracted leukaemia. This is despite the fact that the airline are supposed to be supporting a charity linked to child leukaemia.
Abu Dhabi/Dubai - An overweight passenger who was required to pay an additional Dh800 by an airline to allow him to board his flight has been refunded the extra amount.The Arab passenger filed a complaint after he returned to the UAE against a European carrier which forced him to pay the extra charge before boarding the plane from Zurich, reported WAM.
Carnival Corp. and PLC and its five subsidiary cruise lines are voluntarily refunding $40 million in fuel supplement fees to customers who booked before Nov. 7.Under the settlement with the Florida Attorney General's Office, the Miami-based cruise company agreed to fully reimburse passengers who already had booked their cruises when it announced the fuel surcharges on Nov. 7.
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum will announce a settlement today with Miami-based Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and its subsidiary Celebrity Cruises Inc., in which the cruise lines will refund $21 million worth of fuel surcharges that the companies levied even after travelers booked their vacations.