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InterContinental Hotels Group New Brands in China and the United States

InterContinental Hotels Group PLC is apparently is doing well as it posted for July,2011 a revenue-per-room gain of 5.6%, including a 2.7% increase in the average rate.


Port Canaveral Planning an Expansion to become a leader in the Cruise Industry

Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian and Disney Cruise Lines are some of the cruise lines which dock at one of the six cruise terminal at Port Canaveral . The port hosted 109,175 multi-day cruise passengers in October 2008. There was a high of 307,005 passengers in April 2009. This fell to a seasonal low of 221,557 in October. With the loss of daily gambling ship cruises, port authorities do not expect this high to be exceeded for some time. There were2.8 Million Travelers through that port in 2010.

Sri Lankan Airlines New Schedule

Delta Airlines Expanding Routes to South America

Delta Air Lines the leading Airlines in the United States that is headquartered in College Park, Georgia, which airline operates an extensive domestic and international network serving all continents except Antarctica. Delta and its subsidiaries operate over 4,000 flights every day.

Etihad Airways Ramadan Special

China Airlines utilizing Code Share Agreements and offering Low Price Specials to Europe

China Airlines that already has Code Share Agreements with the following airlines:

Alitalia, China eastern airlines, China Southern Airlines, Czech Airlines, Delta Airlines,Garuda Indonesia, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, S7 Airlines , Thai Airways, Vietnam Airlines, West Jet and Xiamen Airlines.

Tropical Storm Forces Changes in Cruiseliners Schedules in the Caribbean

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Another Massive Airline Merger on the Horizon?

 An American Airlines Executive is apparently eyeing a merger with British Airways. In my thought attempting to compete harder against Lufthansa the world’s Largest Air Carrier at the moment

Technology Solutions for in Flight Entertainment

Gogo the airline Wi-Fi provider which was known as Aircell in the past is planning to come up with a new in-flight entertainment platform. Delta Airlines will be the first to have such a privilege and apparently American Airlines will follow suit.

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