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Here's a prediction. Ryanair will follow the money. If it calculates it can earn a hefty post-Brexit profit flying within the UK, it will probably go through the trouble of keeping the flights. If not, it probably won't bother. -Brian…
01.18 / 22:43
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Some of Asia's largest airlines are slow to embrace change, but Cathay Pacific is finding it has no choice. It must be more competitive in this new landscape, in which customers are defecting to other airlines in greater numbers. -Brian…
01.18 / 22:07
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Take advantage of a series of suggestions for cruise vacationing with kids and teens during the busy…
01.18 / 22:06
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Cracking down on overtourism by Chinese tourists is a smart move by the Thai government but dealing with the short-term blowback from that will be a challenge for the country heading into 2017. -Dan…
01.18 / 20:16
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Some travelers are going to extreme lengths to keep the President-elect off their…
01.18 / 20:15
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It's too early to know for sure, but Etihad may have made a mistake in trying to prop up so many failing European airlines. It now needs a new European plan, and Lufthansa likely will be part of that strategy. But that doesn't mean Etihad needs to buy a piece of the airline. -Brian…
01.18 / 19:02
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LOS ANGELES – I’ve been given a tough assignment by the tourism folks in Los Angeles; tour the city and eat at places that even A-list celebs have trouble getting into. Sip a glass of wine or two with your meal. Stay at a couple of glam hotels. Tour the Grammy Museum in advance of next month’s Grammy Music Awards and the Academy Award…
01.18 / 18:30
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Southern Caribbean island becomes third to forge agreement with sharing economy…
01.18 / 18:25
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The new program has come a long way since the absence of any kids spaces aboard the original Royal…
01.18 / 17:48
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Hyatt spent $215 million, and will spend an additional $160 million expanding the Miraval Arizona and building out resorts in Massachusetts and…
01.18 / 17:42
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Political unrest has the tour operator flying almost 1,000 customers out of…
01.18 / 16:34
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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados -- While other Caribbean islands changed hands between colonists of assorted nationalities, Barbados, a little by itself off to the east, was the only one to remain continuously British. It gained independence in 1966, but its residents still drive on the left, eat fish and chips, and shop for British brands in their…
01.18 / 16:07
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While my wife and I spent two months in Bordeaux, she reported on the business of tourism and I focused on food and wine. If you decide to visit beautiful Bordeaux, here are a few suggestions to get you…
01.18 / 15:13
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For the "Two Bellmen Three" film set in Seoul, Marriott's Content Studio developed a storyline around a young Korean wedding couple, no-nonsense parents, parkour, and K-pop to engage the Asian romance travel market. -Greg…
01.18 / 12:54
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TAMPA, Fla. - A man accused of killing a flamingo at Busch Gardens is heading to court in Tampa to determine whether he is competent to stand trial. The hearing Wednesday morning is scheduled to determine whether 45-year-old Joseph Corraro of Orlando understands the charges against him and…
Montreal's use of targeted advertising on Facebook, however, and the use of William Shatner is a smart example of how to go after key markets. -Dan…
01.18 / 12:17
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While investors and observers are rightfully focused on how TripAdvisor's transition to a hotel booking site will work out, the company has some meaningful hedges in the form of vacation rentals, tours and activities, and restaurants. Collecting monthly and annual fees is a very material part of the overall business and will likely become even more so. -Dennis…
01.18 / 11:40
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Disney's global expansion is fueled by an overall positive performance in global theme parks. Time will tell what impact Shanghai's park will have on the Hong Kong park, as it relies heavily on Chinese travelers. -Dave…
01.18 / 11:03
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Senior editor Robert Silk spoke with the executive about why Norwegian Air should be denied rights to fly from…
01.18 / 09:42
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Flight attendants are on the front lines of one of the more stressful customer service jobs in the U.S. A little more training is never a bad thing. -Jason…
01.18 / 03:06
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