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Starting today, Japan Airlines JAL will offer video remote interpreting services at select customer service centers in Japan for customers using Japanese sign language.
Air New Zealand, one of eight airlines still to face what could be the country's largest ever competition law trial next year, has strongly opposed a request by a German company for access to court do
(eTN) - Behind the scenes maneuvering and legal tactics by defense teams seem to have failed for the former Permanent Secretary (PS) in the Ministry of Tourism, Rebecca Nabutola, and the former Chief
DUBAI, UAE - Five men denied using false means to buy Emirates airline tickets worth Dh130,000 in court yesterday.
US airline Continental and two of its employees go on trial this week for the manslaughter of 113 people who died in a Concorde crash that put an end to the dream of supersonic travel.
Five New Yorkers charged with brawling with cops on the island of Antigua pleaded guilty Saturday after striking a deal that's expected to spare them jail time.
Two British law graduates who spent six days in a notorious Rio jail after being accused of attempted fraud were due to go on trial in Brazil today.
A prominent national Muslim civil rights and advocacy group today hailed what it termed a "major victory" in the case of six imams, or Islamic religious leaders, who say their civil and religious righ
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LONDON - InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) is conducting a trial of a new on-line system called 'Green Engage*,' which will help hotel general managers manage energy consumption more effectively.
DUBAI, UAE – On December 15, Emirates Airline, with one of the world’s youngest fleets, will trial a new environmental program to execute the longest green journey.
A French judge has ordered Continental Airlines and five individuals to stand trial on charges arising from the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people in 2000.
DANBA, China - China plans to put Lhasa rioters on trial and reopen Tibet to tourists by May, underscoring the government's drive to close the book on recent unrest well ahead of this summer's Beijing Olympics. Other Tibetan regions could remain off-limits considerably longer, however, with police in western Sichuan province blocking access to
The Federation of Tour Operators has warned that a trial in Greece could create health and safety checks that are impractical for its members to meet. Director-general Andy Cooper’s remarks followed news that two former or existing Thomas Cook employees will stand trial in Corfu in connection with the deaths of two children.