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  The Society for Incentive Travel Excellence, SITE, will hold its global conference in India for the first time next year. The meeting, with some 300 top players in the …

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  The Puerto Rico Tourism Company announced that ETI –Expo de Turismo Internacional, the first international tourism expo in the Caribbean, will take place at the Puerto Rico Convention Center, …

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  Volaris, the ultra-low-cost airline serving Mexico and the United States, today reported its preliminary traffic results for September 2014. Volaris’ flexible business model enables it to adjust capacity in …

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  Worldhotels expands into Africa by joining forces with the Azalaï Hotels Group – the first African private hotel chain in West Africa. As part of the agreement, six Azalaï …

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  Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport has received two grants for infrastructure improvement from the Federal Aviation Administration totaling $15 million dollars. The Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grants will be used …

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  It is just two days to go now until this year’s Eco Warriors will be known in the 14 categories available for awards and it is time to let …

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  Eid holiday is a harbinger of good news for resorts and chalets in Jeddah which have rebounded after a period of stagnation lasting for more than two months. Bookings …

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  Lamu’s tourism businesses will be getting the proverbial shot in the arm after Go Places, as part of their CSR activities, short for Corporate Social Responsibility, has announced they …

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  Boeing and China Airlines today celebrated the delivery of the airline’s first 777-300ER (Extended Range). The new airplane is the first of 10 777-300ERs that the Taiwanese flag carrier …

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  Protea Hotels East Africa Managing Director Stuart Cook put pen to paper last week to sign a partnership agreement and hotel development deal with the Diocese of Rusizi and …

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