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Hawaii Tourism Japan shares the aloha spirit at relief center in...

On behalf of our marketing contractor, Hawai'i Tourism Japan (HTJ), we would like to say mahalo to the many business who generously donated to HTJ's first relief drive on April 16-17, 2011.

Miami Tourism Cares program launches

In cooperation with The American Red Cross, "Miami Tourism Cares" will provide immediate and long-term aid to Haiti through the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB), which is spearheadin

Amerijet and World Fuel Services coordinate relief flight for Haiti

Amerijet International, Inc. has teamed up with World Fuel Services to donate a relief flight from Miami to Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Post-tsunami update from government of Samoa

The government of Samoa is continuing to provide primary health care, food, water, and basic household items to those evacuated to established evacuation centers.

If you are a traveling pet, how do you spell relief?

American Airlines has installed a new Pet Relief Area at the JFK Terminal departure level so that passengers traveling with pets can give their canine or feline friends a final chance to relieve thems

Hurricane Omar heads out to sea

Hurricane Omar is rapidly losing strength and heading out to sea, and all hurricane warnings and watches have been discontinued.

Airport executives offer proposals for relief during airline crunch

The aviation industry's fuel-driven financial jam calls for bold steps, even the temporary suspension of limits on foreign ownership of commercial carriers, leaders of the nation's airports said in a

Air China undertakes airlift to relieve earthquake victims

Since May 12, when an 8.0-magnitude earthquake killed over 51,000 Chinese and left over 5 million people homeless in the Sichuan Province of China, Air China has flown over 331 relief missions between Beijing and the city of Chengdu, about 60 miles south of the epicenter, to aid quake victims and their families.

Court grants relief to debt-ridden Taiwan airline

TAIPEI - A debt-ridden Taiwan airline with domestic and international routes has received 90 days court protection from creditors and permission to restructure the company, local media said on Saturday.