17 experts advise on what’s to come this year. Spoiler: Data factors big.
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Following a security inspection, the U.S.
Department of Homeland Security has lifted the ban on large electronic devices aboard
U.S.-bound flights from Doha's Hamad International Airport, Qatar Airways
announced. The DHS already has lifted restrictions for Abu
and Dubai and could lift restrictions for Saudi Arabian airports later this
month. Royal Air Maroc expects the restriction to lift from Casablanca's
Mohammed V International Airport by July 19, according to Reuters. The ban also
is in place for Kuwait International Airport, Cairo International Airport and
Amman, Jordan's Queen Alia International Airport.
Travel Leaders Group—which operates in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico and has an office in the U.K.—has...
India introduced a Goods and Services Tax on July 1. Air and rail tickets are taxed at 5 percent, with...
Nordic low-cost carrier Primera Air will begin transatlantic service between the U.S. and both the...