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Hyatt Focusing on Wellness

In a lodging industry where larger competitors continue to expand their hotel numbers at a record pace, Hyatt Hotels is staking its own growth on the assumption that guests are looking for a little tender, loving care. Long known for full-service brands such as Hyatt Regency and Park Hyatt, the company is boosting its investments…

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Adventure Awaits!

If it’s time to add some adventure to your life then we suggest you consider this incredible 7-day excursion that takes you to exciting Singapore, one of modern Asia’s most amazing stops…then whisks you away to Bali, with incredible beaches, water sports galore and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Watch the sunrise from Bali’s Mount Batur, relax on…

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Atlanta and Tokyo Top Rankings of Airport Transit Links

With a fare of $2.50 and a journey of just 17 minutes from airport to city centre, Atlanta’s MARTA light-rail system provides the best airport transit service in the U.S., according to a new report from milecards.com. Other top-ranked airport transit links in the U.S. included the Chicago Transit Authority’s “El” trains from Midway and…

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United vs. American

American has been a big player in Chicago for decades, and that probably won’t change. But United President Scott Kirby is one of the most fierce competitors in the airline industry. If he says he wants to win in Chicago, he means it. One of the only airports with two full-scale airline hubs, Chicago looks…

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How Technology is Revolutionizing Travel and Expense Management

Technology has transformed the way businesses handle travel and expense management by streamlining data, policies, and reports in an easily accessible location, as opposed to sifting through mountains of receipts and paperwork to reconcile expenses. The use of interactive dashboards and reports creates business travel transparency, giving you a real-time look at who’s spending money…

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Air Canada Unveils New Look

Air Canada is getting a makeover. The carrier rolled out a new look last week, unveiling a new paint scheme for all of its aircraft as well as new uniforms for customer-facing employees. Air Canada offered the first look at its new branding during three simultaneous “reveal” events in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Air Canada’s…

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La Grande Bellezza – World Cruise 2018

The world is a beautiful place…why not see ALL of it? The most exclusive cruise in the word sails from Los Angeles to Rome taking in 60 ports in 21 countries on five continents, spending 121 leisurely days taking you to mesmerizing landscapes like the blue lagoons of Polynesia and splendors of New Zealand. Ancient…

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Big Changes for Hilton’s Honors Program

Nope, that’s not a misspelling in the headline. Hilton no longer has an HHonors program; it’s now called Hilton Honors after the company axed the extra H. Also, the hotel giant’s name is now just “Hilton” instead of “Hilton Worldwide.” And with that new name, the company unveiled the following enhancements to its loyalty program:…

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TWA Flight Center Gets Second Act

The TWA Flight Center, a classic icon of 1960’s architecture designed by Finnish designer Eero Saarinen. was a symbol of the dawn of the Jet Age. Long closed and standing vacant at JFK airport, the building is getting a second lease on life as the TWA Hotel, a 505-room property that will include 50,000 square…

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Low-Cost Carriers Reinvent the Transatlantic Market

The long-haul, lost-cost airline market is about to see big changes, thanks to Norwegian Air. The European carrier has for three years flown Boeing 787s from major European cities to larger U.S. markets. The 787 is a sexy plane, but what’s better is the Boeing 737 Max, a new single-aisle aircraft with updated technology and…

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