2015 Year in review

By Johanna Jainchill Cuba. Terrorism. Mergers. Lufthansa’s GDS fee. Crystal Cruises. Fathom. The sharing economy. The open skies feud. The strong dollar. For travelers, 2015 was bookended by news about borders. The year began with the nudging open of borders that had been closed to U.S. tourists for a half century but ended with callsContinue reading “2015 Year in review”

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The top stories of 2013

By Bill Poling Years hence, you’ll want to have an answer when the person in the next rocking chair asks, “What year was it when we didn’t have any hurricanes?” That will be 2013. This answer will be the same if they ask when ARC shut down Helix, when Delta bought a piece of VirginContinue reading “The top stories of 2013”

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Holiday Autos to close trade business

Holiday Autos to close trade business By Chloe Berman Lastminute.com parent company Travelocity Global is to close the global trade arm of Holiday Autos after the brand was sold to Cartrawler. The trade business was not part of the deal, which only included the brand name, assets and white label business of the car hire firm. Travel Weekly understands the moveContinue reading “Holiday Autos to close trade business”

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