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Bird shared electric scooter program launches in Chicago

Bird shared electric scooter program launches in Chicago

Today, June 15, 2019, Bird's shared electric scooter fleet lands on the streets of Chicago as part of the ... Read More

Le Méridien Hotels: European summer promotion

Le Méridien Hotels: European summer promotion

Le Méridien is an upscale, international hotel brand with a European perspective, formerly headquartered in France and in the ... Read More

African Tradition responsible for Ebola killing Uganda Boy after Spreading Virus to Relatives?

African Tradition responsible for Ebola killing Uganda Boy after Spreading Virus to Relatives?

Local cultural requirements may be the reason for three isolated cases of Ebola in Uganda. Even though the border ... Read More

A push for market liberalization in the Caribbean

A push for market liberalization in the Caribbean

Can cooperation and market liberalization beat out protectionist interests in the Caribbean? The 2019 Caribavia conference wasted little time ... Read More

First electric scooter rider killed in Paris traffic accident

First electric scooter rider killed in Paris traffic accident

A man, riding his electric scooter, was killed after collided with a truck in Paris today. The 25-year-old was ... Read More

Smart City Policy Group hosts first short-term rental regulations summit

Smart City Policy Group hosts first short-term rental regulations summit

Smart City Policy Group will host a first-of-its-kind short-term rental regulations conference - Smart City Policy Summit - on ... Read More

Treehouse Hotels: New brand from Starwood Capital Group

Treehouse Hotels: New brand from Starwood Capital Group

Hotel visionary Barry Sternlicht, and Chairman and CEO of Starwood Capital Group, founder of W Hotels, has once again ... Read More

FAA issues waiver for drones with parachutes

FAA issues waiver for drones with parachutes

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced today that it issued Hensel Phelps Construction Company of Washington, D.C., a Part ... Read More

Chinese tourism is FIT and healthy

Chinese tourism is FIT and healthy

“Chinese tourism is FIT and healthy.” That is the latest evaluation after a research company analysed over 17 million ... Read More

Fraport AGM:  Well Positioned for the Future, Nationally and Internationally

Fraport AGM:  Well Positioned for the Future, Nationally and Internationally

Fraport AG's executive board chairman, Dr. Stefan Schulte, struck a positive note at the company's Annual General Meeting (AGM) ... Read More

Aeroflot flights checked at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport after anonymous threats

Aeroflot flights checked at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport after anonymous threats

Passenger planes arriving at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport from Moscow are being checked following anonymous threat calls, a ... Read More

Swoop: Cabin crew have right to choose their representation

Swoop: Cabin crew have right to choose their representation

Swoop, a Canadian ultra low-cost airline owned by WestJet, today issued the following statement from President Steven Greenway regarding ... Read More

Boat sinks, many dead at Lake Mai-Ndombe in Inongo, Congo

Boat sinks, many dead at Lake Mai-Ndombe in Inongo, Congo

Tourists are not expected to be among the 30 dead in Western Congo, where 200 more are missing after ... Read More

Maritime security the Seychelles way

Maritime security the Seychelles way

Africa’s smallest nation is setting a standard for safe sustainable seas through the prosecution of pirates, international maritime cooperation, ... Read More

Drury Hotel guests: Review your credit card statements for unauthorized charges

Drury Hotel guests: Review your credit card statements for unauthorized charges

The Drury Hotels operates a chain of mid-scale limited service hotels under the brands Drury Inn and Suites, Drury ... Read More

Passenger Safety: Boeing puts pressure on FAA to get Boeing 737MAX flying and worry later

Passenger Safety: Boeing puts pressure on FAA to get Boeing 737MAX flying and worry later

Airlines are desperate getting their fleet of Boeing 737 MAX flying again. The recertification process of the 737 MAX ... Read More

Tourism in Tel Aviv is one big party this week with Eurovision

Tourism in Tel Aviv is one big party this week with Eurovision

Tourism is booming in Tel Aviv this week with hotels sold out, residents staying with relatives to rent their ... Read More

US travelers warned about mandatory Real-ID requirement changes

US travelers warned about mandatory Real-ID requirement changes

US states are rushing to become Real-ID compliant in response to federal legislation, which set new, more stringent minimum ... Read More

FAA on airport drone detection systems

FAA on airport drone detection systems

In order to support the safe integration of UAS detection systems into the airport environment, the Federal Aviation Administration ... Read More

FRAPORT: Revenue and earnings increase – Outlook confirmed

FRAPORT: Revenue and earnings increase – Outlook confirmed

The Fraport Group has successfully started off the new business year, achieving higher revenue and earnings in the first ... Read More

Tourism and Spying for the U.S. Government: A Recruiter Explains

Tourism and Spying for the U.S. Government: A Recruiter Explains

Travel, Tourism and spying has been in the spotlight a number of times. "Convincing a Russian to work as ... Read More

Airbus ACJ319neo sets record during test-flight

Airbus ACJ319neo sets record during test-flight

The first ACJ319neo1 successfully completed a 16 hr and 10 min test-flight on 26th April, setting a new record ... Read More

10 travel tips to help you to get the most out of your summer vacation

10 travel tips to help you to get the most out of your summer vacation

Summer is around the corner, and many travelers all over the world are busy planning their vacations. In an ... Read More

What do new Cuba travel restrictions mean to US travelers?

What do new Cuba travel restrictions mean to US travelers?

On Wednesday, April 17, the Trump administration announced that it would be issuing new rules about non-family travel to ... Read More

Russia to use Fan-IDs (again) as visas for 2020 UEFA Euro Cup visitors

Russia to use Fan-IDs (again) as visas for 2020 UEFA Euro Cup visitors

Upper house of the Russian parliament, the Federation Council, have passed on Monday a bill allowing foreign tourists with ... Read More

Africa’s aviation sector forecast to grow 5% per annum over next 20 years

Africa’s aviation sector forecast to grow 5% per annum over next 20 years

Africa’s vast aviation potential as the continent continues to increase airline frequency to the GCC will be explored at ... Read More

Gavel slams: Airbnb not eligible for privileged tax treatment

Gavel slams: Airbnb not eligible for privileged tax treatment

A report released on behalf of the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) calls on state and local government leaders ... Read More

Prime Minister Holness encourages more investments in Jamaica’s tourism product

Prime Minister Holness encourages more investments in Jamaica’s tourism product

Prime Minister Holness is inviting more investors to tap into development opportunities in Jamaica, particularly in the tourism industry ... Read More

Keeping Alitalia airline afloat: 900 million euro bridge loan conversion

Keeping Alitalia airline afloat: 900 million euro bridge loan conversion

Italy’s last council of ministers have approved a new decree law with 11 new rules presented by the Minister ... Read More

Easter School Holidays ring in busy travel season at Frankfurt Airport

Easter School Holidays ring in busy travel season at Frankfurt Airport

With the Easter holidays around the corner, Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is preparing for this year’s first travel peak. Germany’s ... Read More

What smart travelers know

What smart travelers know

A record-breaking number of Americans are traveling, but most are unprepared for the journey - more than 90% of ... Read More

Disney Parks: Just say no to ice… and smoking and large strollers

Disney Parks: Just say no to ice… and smoking and large strollers

As of May 1, 2019, no ice, no smoking, and no large strollers will be allowed at Walt Disney ... Read More

Summer Schedule 2019: Frankfurt Airport puts spring in its step

Summer Schedule 2019: Frankfurt Airport puts spring in its step

New flight schedule to take effect on March 31 – Total flights expanding moderately Frankfurt Airport (FRA) continues to strengthen ... Read More

Do Millennials want “the Grands” along when they travel?

Do Millennials want “the Grands” along when they travel?

It’s no surprise that Millennials love to “do it for the ‘gram.” But when it comes to travel buddies, ... Read More

Is there a right way to take a Staycation?

Is there a right way to take a Staycation?

Can you really not go anywhere and call it a vacation? Even more importantly, can you take time off, ... Read More

Allegiant Airlines’ ancillary revenue initiatives among most innovative in the world

Allegiant Airlines’ ancillary revenue initiatives among most innovative in the world

Allegiant is based in Las Vegas, but it has never relied upon the notion of “luck” as part of ... Read More