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Boeing 737 Max forced to make emergency landing

The Federal Aviation Administration reported that a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 Max jet was forced to make an emergency landing today, Tuesday, March 26,...

Aéroports de Montréal: Record number of travelers at Montréal-Trudeau

Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) today announced its operating results for the year ended December 31, 2018. A record number of travelers were welcomed at...

RIU Hotels & Resorts and TUI: A safety concern for German...

RIU Hotels & Resorts just bought 10 million Euros in the form of 1.1 million shares in TUI AG, holding now a stake of...

Southwest Airlines announces leadership changes

Southwest Airlines Co. announces several Leadership changes. Vice President Customer Support & Services Chris Wahlenmaier has announced his plans to retire. Wahlenmaier joined Southwest...

Detroit’s neo-Gothic Metropolitan Building becomes first Michigan Element Hotel

Element Hotels, part of Marriott International, along with Detroit-based Roxbury Group and Means Group, announce today the opening of Element Detroit at the Metropolitan,...

Unique hotels lead to successful guest experiences

The contemporary traveler sees a hotel more than just a place to sleep and take a shower. The hotel has become part of the...

Caribbean Week returns to New York with unmistakable flair, sound and...

In celebration of the region’s distinct characteristics, diverse backgrounds and standout cultural traditions, Caribbean Week New York’s electrifying activities will reflect the Caribbean Tourism...

Back to school: Learning how to look good

Those that ponder the importance of “beauty” should recognize that the industry is valued at billions of dollars and is supported by men and women.

SriLankan Airlines says Airbus aircraft not right for them

SriLankan Airlines said in a statement that it "wishes to clarify its position with regard to the utilization of one of its Airbus A330-200 aircraft.

Why a Sri Lankan Airlines A330-200 is parked in Colombo with...

A Sri Lankan Airlines Airbus A330-200 has been parked at Colombo Bandaranaike International Airport with one engine missing and is not moving. The Airline said...

The Future of MICE: Interview with IMEX CEO Carina Bauer

CEO of the IMEX Group Carina Bauer graduated from Oxford University, UK, in Politics, Philosophy and Economics in 1998, Carina began her career in...

Hotel history: Hotel Bossert once owned by Jehovah’s Witnesses

The Hotel Bossert was built in 1909 by Louis Bossert, a Brooklyn lumber magnate, as a residential hotel in Brooklyn Heights. The historic 14-story,...

Global travel retail market: Strategies and forecasts

The global travel retail market was at US$ 63.59 billion in 2017 growing with a CAGR of 8.1% during the forecast period from 2018 to 2026.

China says No to Christmas, but Yes to tourism

A fascinating country to visit is China unless you're Christian and want to celebrate Christmas Chinese style. This may be a dangerous undertaken. Christians all over the world are getting ready to celebrate Christmas. Christians ready to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ all over the world, including in the Peoples Republic of China. 

Tis the season: Where to celebrate Christmas without breaking the bank?

The most wonderful time of the year is just around the corner. With Christmas being the most popular holiday in the U.S. and one...

New Jamaica regulation to boost resort shopping next year

In an effort to induce more investment in shopping and get more tourism dollars from that attraction, a new regulation will be introduced by the Jamaica Ministry of Tourism next year.

Malibu is open for business after California’s most devastating wildfire

With the holidays just ahead, the Malibu Chamber of Commerce wants the public to know that the iconic city’s shops and stores are open...

Damyang: Bamboo forests and everyone’s favorite – bamboo food!

Damyang, located in the northernmost place on the globe where bamboo can be found – on the Korean peninsula – is known for its bamboo gardens.

VistaJet’s newest in-flight service is nothing to “wine” about

VistaJet announced today the launch of The VistaJet Wine Program,

Thousands attend MBC Music K-Pop Concert on Guam

Largest K-Pop concert to ever be held in the region.

Chicago’s Magnificent Mile once again hosts nation’s only shopping festival

CHICAGO, Ill. - The annual Magnificent Mile Shopping Festival, the country's only shopping festival of its kind, returns August 24 – September 6, 2012, for a can't-miss celebration.

First WE Stores open in China

UTRECHT, The Netherlands - The very first WE Store opened in China today, and the second will open tomorrow.

European cafes, stores ban and fine bikini-clad tourists

Bikini-clad sunbathers in some parts of Europe are finding out that life’s not such a beach when they wear skimpy clothes.

Paris hopes US visitors will boost tourism revenues

PARIS — Paris is counting on American tourists — and a new law allowing more stores to open on Sundays — to boost tourism revenues pinched by the global financial downturn.

Tourist mecca slams late-night shopping

Gold Coast business leaders have slammed as "preposterous" a move by grocery giants Coles and Woolworths for 18-hour-a-day trading.
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