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California-based Surf Air eyes profitability in 2019

A turbulent year for Surf Air has finally come to an end. Exciting recent updates have already resulted in massive improvements to its scheduled...

Rolls-Royce Tay 611-8 engine achieves 10 million flying hours

The Rolls-Royce Tay 611-8 engine, which entered service in 1987, recently achieved another incredible milestone by reaching 10 million flying hours in nearly 5...

A Japanese castle, Sanjuro the cat, and a remarkable recovery in...

Bitchū Matsuyama Castle, also known as Takahashi Castle, is a castle located in Takahashi, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. It is not to be confused with...

IATA Report: Aviation continues to deliver solid

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for February 2019 showing total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 5.3%, compared to...

Peacock Aviation taking legal action against Gambia carrier

Nigerian Peacock Aviation company that worked as General Sales Agency (GSA) for the Gambian Mid Africa Aviation Company Ltd. that traded in Nigeria under...

How fast things can get lost… and found again at Frankfurt...

New online search function speeds up processes in the Lost & Found Office at Frankfurt Airport Fiddlesticks! The family has just settled into their seats...

The correct answer is Bordeaux 2016

Do you know the best French wine and the 2nd best destination in France? If you said Bordeaux – you would be correct! Not...

South Africa Tourism hits the road in Delhi

South Africa Tourism held a roadshow in Delhi, India, on February 8 with an impressive participation of hotels, airlines, resorts, and agents. South Africa Tourism...

A clear and present danger to American Airlines customers

Getting on an American Airlines flight may not be the same for some passengers after reading a Letter by Doug Parker, CEO of American...

Sierra Leone Tourism went all out at FITUR to attract Spanish...

With its palm-fringed beaches, breathtaking mountains, tropical rainforests, and vibrant culture, Sierra Leone is one of West Africa’s most seductive destinations. Sierra Leone is...

UK: EU citizens living in Britain must apply for ‘settled status’

Britain is rolling out a program to help register an estimated 3.5 million EU citizens living in the UK. The plan enters the test...

Why Seychelles should be on everyone’s 2019 travel list

Alain St.Ange shared his thoughts and expertise on why he believes Seychelles should be on everyone’s travel list for 2019.

Waikiki Beach Marriott workers overwhelmingly vote to ratify new contract

UNITE HERE Local 5 members who work at Waikiki Beach Marriott voted overwhelmingly today to ratify a union contract that covers nearly 500 workers....

Seychelles Tourism presents figures to partners at annual marketing meeting

The tremendous efforts in marketing by the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) is bearing fruit.

Heathrow has strongest November ever as airport sets out plan for...

In another consecutive record month, 6.11m passengers travelled through Heathrow in November, up 3.3%. This is the first time that passenger volumes in November...

Heathrow welcomes 80 millions passengers over twelve-month period

As Heathrow today reaches an historic milestone, the airport has announced that it will pay to achieve ‘settled status’ for EU colleagues responsible for...

Visiting Jerusalem: Shabbat Shalom from a city that nourishes both body...

"A cold rain fell all day Friday here in Jerusalem, yet we turned the dreariness of the day into a metaphor for the pains of the past and tomorrow’s dreams," reports Dr. Peter Tarlow from Israel. Israel is the perfect place as a center of history and a place of great food.  

FAA closes Southwest Airlines cases unrelated to inspections

WASHINGTON – When federal aviation regulators settled a $7.5 million civil penalty against Southwest Airlines this month, the agency praised the airline's decision to agree to safety improvements th

$210M settlement in airline price fixing is approved

SAN FRANCISCO — An agreement by two British-based airlines to pay roughly $210 million to settle a massive price-fixing lawsuit met with tentative approval from a federal judge on Friday.
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