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British Airways to cut 400 cabin crew

Ninety days of talks scheduled with union Unite British Airways says it is in talks with a union about a plan to dismiss 400...
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WTM to put social media in the spotlight

WTM 2015 promises enlightening social media program

SAS fights back against LCCs

CEO: this as “an offensive to create profitable growth” In the face of tough low-cost competition, not least from Nordic rival Norwegian, SAS Group...

Hoteliers fight trend of smaller meetings

Meeting planners aim for shorter and smaller meetings While the number of meetings taking place at hotels remains high, one trend hoteliers are seeing...

SAS to file lawsuit against Norway

SAS extends EuroBonus to domestic travellers SAS is attempting to win more business travellers on domestic flights in Norway. Such passengers will soon be...

Ice hotel told to install fire alarms

Swedish National Board of Housing makes order The famous IceHotel, carefully reconstructed in Jukkasjärvi, Kiruna, northern Sweden, each winter from massive blocks of ice...

Icelandair sees record pax and load factor

International flights achieve 82.2% load factor in May Icelandair carried around 165,000 passengers on its international flights in May, up 22% compared to May...

Thomas Cook flight in emergency landing

Airbus A320 forced to burn off fuel as passengers prepared An aircraft on a charter flight operated by Thomas Cook was forced to return...
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Japan to make home sharing easier

Laws likely to ease accommodation shortage

More tourists killed on Thai roads

Travellers killed on round-the-world cycling trip The rising death rates among tourists on Thailand’s roads increased further this week. Two British tourists on a...