Iberia takes delivery of its first A350 XWB. The airline has 16 aircraft on order.
The Ascend Collection has added Èilan Hotel and Spa, a Bluegreen Resort to its properties.
The Ritz-Carlton and Hearst Magazines Digital Media group collaborate to create a series of five original short films. A contest will kick off the collaboration with a worldwide search.
United opens third Polaris lounge at Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Brussels Airlines adds a new option for transatlantic travelers – Economy Light Fare.
Priority Pass has seen tremendous growth over the past year giving customers more options around the globe.
South African Airways Vacations adds “Nambia Discovery Self-Drive Special Offer” vacation package to its offerings.
Cathay Pacific is delighted to bring its first Airbus A350-1000 back to Hong Kong from the factory in Toulouse, France.
IHG announces three new Hotel Indigo properties are opening in Washington state - Hotel Indigo Vancouver Downtown, Hotel Indigo Everett and Hotel Indigo Spokane.
Hawaiian Air will sponsor complimentary flights to students enrolled in Manoa Academy college’s Manoa Academy Beijing study abroad program.
RYSE is the newest Autograph Collection property to open in Seoul, Korea.
AC Hotels by Marriott and KOORES have redesigned bath amenities for guests staying at the AC Hotels across the US.
China Airlines has completed three ISO certifications for 2018.
Emirates has announced they will begin using their A380 on its route to Osaka, Japan (KIX) beginning October 28, 2018 pending government approval.
Icelandair has restarted their service to San Francisco.
Paris would not be the same today without the Eiffel Tower. Seattle’s skyline is dominated by the Space Needle. Beijing has The Water cube, where Michael Phelps won a record eight gold medals. London has Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Host cities of major events – a World’s Fair, the Olympics or a World Cup – …
Lets face it. Even in this day of jumbo jets and air travel as routine, there’s still something vaguely exhilarating about the landing – and some are more memorable than others. Those turbulent touchdowns with high wind gusts and low clouds can give even the most seasoned fliers a bit of a thrill. But then …
Food. It’s taken on new life. While it is one of our basic necessities as defined in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, the gastronomic industry has cultivated new roles both in the air and on the ground. Before heading to a new destination, savvy travelers check out menus online to find palate friendly options that are …