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How businesses can learn promotional strategies from tourist boards

Companies are constantly looking for new ways to improve image and will often employ a wide range of different marketing strategies at any one time to keep things fresh. Email marketing and direct mail are two of the most common […]

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North American aviation market bounced back in 2011 after underperforming since 2008

The North American aviation market was adversely affected by economic recession, periods of declining passenger traffic and high oil prices, which resulted in underperformance during 2008-2010, a new

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Study looks at dangers of airport secondhand smoke

Average air pollution levels from secondhand smoke directly outside designated smoking areas in airports are five times higher than levels in smoke-free airports, according to a study by the US-based Centers


Singapore Airlines enters into joint venture with SAS on routes

Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIN:C6L), or SIA, said it has signed an agreement on a joint venture with Swedish sector player SAS AB (STO:SAS) to cover routes between Singapore

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Japan Airlines commences non-stop flights between Boston Logan and Tokyo Narita

Japan Airlines (JAL) on Monday said that on 22 April 2012 it demonstrated the strategic use of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner with the official launch of its first

Marriott disposes of ExecuStay to Oakwood

Hotel chain Marriott sells ExecuStay unit to Oakwood Worldwide

Marriott International, Inc. (NYSE: MAR) and Oakwood Worldwide, a privately held company, announced that they have signed an agreement for Marriott to sell its ExecuStay corporate and temporary


Thomas Cook Canada to discontinue Jazz Aviation operated charter flights

Canadian regional airline Jazz Aviation LP (Jazz) reported on Friday that it has received notification from Thomas Cook Canada Inc that, due to market conditions, it intends to

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Thomas Cook shares drop, but bounce back a bit this morning

British tour operator Thomas Cook is struggling for survival after the number of bookings had fallen and fears the company are having difficultly repaying

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Profits rise at National Express

Birmingham based transport group, National Express has seen profits rise by 38pc despite sales dipping by more than a fifth. Pre-tax profits have for the 2010 financial year has

Intercontinental Hotel Profits Up as Business Travel Spending Increases

The travel industry is typically one of the first to disappear in a recession. As consumer spending decreases, it's luxuries such as international travel and high-end products that

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