Boeing and battery maker clash over 787 fix

Boeing and battery maker clash over 787 fix By Phil Davies Boeing and the Japanese company that makes lithium-ion batteries for 787 Dreamliner disagree about what should be included in a package of measures aimed at returning the aircraft to service. Battery maker GS Yuasa Corporation believes the fix for the battery should include aContinue reading “Boeing and battery maker clash over 787 fix”

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Research finds two thirds of holidaymakers will book online

Research finds two thirds of holidaymakers will book online By Ian Taylor The latest TNS consumer insight for Travel Weekly underlines the popularity of digital channels. Ian Taylor reports Two thirds of UK adults planning an overseas holiday or break intend to book online this year, according to research for Travel Weekly. A survey of moreContinue reading “Research finds two thirds of holidaymakers will book online”

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Royal Caribbean takes more relaxed stance on discounts

Royal Caribbean takes more relaxed stance on discounts By Lee Hayhurst Royal Caribbean Cruise Line has told agents it has decided to “relax its approach” to policing discounting after feedback from the trade. Travel Weekly understands that since the start of the year the operator had been closely monitoring pricing and threatening to act againstContinue reading “Royal Caribbean takes more relaxed stance on discounts”

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