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Free first-checked bags on major U.S. airlines
edged one step closer to extinction on Tuesday as JetBlue implemented its three-tiered
fare program that includes a first-checked-bag fee at the lowest...
Paris – Considering Education First's average
employee is 29 years old, travel manager for Europe Johanna Wigg said she
wanted something “more innovative” for her travelers when it came time to look
The average daily hotel rate increased year over
year in the Americas during May but declined in all other global regions,
according to STR Global.
BCD Travel’s Advito consultancy has lowered its
2015 airfare projections in several regions, owing to growing capacity and
lower oil costs, according to a forecast update issued Tuesday.
To manage a meetings
program effectively at a small or midsize enterprise is to balance competing
concerns. Organizations of this size generally want to control meetings costs
while documenting a return...
The judge presiding over US Airways antitrust lawsuit...
Sabre completed its acquisition of Asia Pacific global...
Delta Air Lines is selling most of its branded fares...
IHG Makes Calculated Moves In Digital, Mobile Spac...
STR Global: Hotel Rates Continue To Climb In Americas,...
Interview: Keen On Meetings Biz, Accor’s Kovarsky Is...
BCD M&I and BCD Travel Groups announced their organizations...
SMEs Balance Meetings Program Efficiency, Resource...
Cornerstone Information Systems will unveil a tech...
JetBlue Launches Fare Tiers And Checked-Bag Fees
The U.S. State Department hopes to resume visa issuances...
Travelport announced U.S. subscribers can now search,...
Both Air Canada and WestJet will add low-cost service...
Travel agency clients of eMerchantPay can accept UATP...
GBTA: Single-Use Vcard Users Rise To 20 Percent
Travel Buyers: Virtual Card Poised To Address Multiple...
United Airlines invested $30 million in alternative...
Company Of Young Workers Opts For KDS Neo
US Carriers Pledge Cooperation With DOJ Collusion ...
Despite protests from the Big Three U.S.
carriers, Emirates plans to add flights to established U.S. routes and open a
new one to Orlando later this year. In an interview with BTN
transportation editor Michael B. Baker, Emirates vice president of U.S. sales
Matthias Schmid said the United States remains the carrier's “key strategic
growth market” and that added capacity enables Emirates to make a stronger play
for American corporate business large and small. An edited transcript of the
Pledges of capacity control rang across the
three largest U.S. airlines' first-quarter earnings calls, and analysts buy it
as a long-term trend.
With first-quarter 2015 profit up significantly year
over year but revenue down, American Airlines joined the two other largest U.S.
carriers in scaling back capacity growth plans for the year.
They say the universe is simultaneously
expanding and contracting, and the...