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When it comes to air travel in 2008, we’ve got good news, bad news and ugly news, but overall the forecast is OK. Almost everyone will be…
A TRAVEL management company is ploughing a new furrow with a Rugby-based tractor manufacturer. Travel Management Group (TMG) is set to whisk more than 50 Same Deutz-Fahr dealers on a trip to Marrakech in Morocco.
THEN Date: Dec. 29, 2006 Headline: “Travel agents sold on space trips” THE STORY Three Houston-area travel agents were among 46 nationwide selected to begin training to offer space flights offered by fledgling “spaceline” carrier Virgin Galactic, part of the Virgin Group of companies owned by British billionaire adventurer Sir Richard Branson.
HP Drives Digital Entertainment Industry with Connected PCs, TVs and ServicesAt CES 2008, HP expanded its MediaSmart …Posted by in Business Travel News - (0 Comments)
PALO ALTO, Calif., BUSINESS WIRE — Fueling the emerging connected entertainment industry, HP (NYSE:HPQ) today introduced a broad lineup of products, services and relationships that make it easier than ever for consumers to adopt a high-definition, digital lifestyle.
There is a new twist to women’s travel. According to a survey of American Express travel agents, not only is the trend of women vacationing together increasing, but the trips are becoming, longer, more luxurious, and more active. A sampling:
Fuffy snow blankets Northeast Associated Press Heavy snow falls across northern sections of the Northeast on Monday, capping a December of unusually heavy snow in some areas.
Sure, traveling alone can be an extremely freeing experience, with no one else to slow you down or bicker with over which sights to see along the way. But it can also be a drag. When you’re hauling your bags around on your own or after your third sunset dinner on the hotel’s veranda?alone?traveling by yourself can lose its allure.
Rule No. 1: Travel is no fun. Really. If you think it’s all about smiling stewardesses attending to your every whim, friendly hotels offering fawning service, and romantic sunsets on the beach, it’s time for a reality check.
Now that they’re again earning profits after five yeas of industry losses, American, United, Delta, Northwest, Continental and US Airways are finally forging ahead with upgrades to take on foreign rivals.