Cruise lines carried 20 million passengers last year, CLIA says

Cruise lines carried 20 million passengers last year, CLIA says By Tom Stieghorst The cruise industry carried more than 20 million passengers last year, according to an estimate released at a CLIA briefing in New York. The industry’s global 2012 passenger count was 20.3 million, with 17.2 million sailing from North America. CLIA estimated theContinue reading “Cruise lines carried 20 million passengers last year, CLIA says”

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Boeing vows to continue production of Dreamliner

Boeing vows to continue production of Dreamliner By Ian Taylor   Boeing intends to deliver more than 60 Dreamliners to airlines this year despite the aircraft being grounded since mid-January by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). That may offer little comfort to Thomson Airways as it awaits delivery of its first 787 next month.Continue reading “Boeing vows to continue production of Dreamliner”

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More Problems for Boeings 787 Dreamliners

Thomson clients air frustration over expected Dreamliner delay A delay in delivery of Thomson Airways’ first Boeing 787 appears inevitable, with the Dreamliner grounded and investigators in the US and Japan unable to identify the cause of batteries overheating on two aircraft. Thomson has said it had no details of any revised delivery dates, while BoeingContinue reading “More Problems for Boeings 787 Dreamliners”

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