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Will Alitalia Be The Next Legacy Airline Failure?

‘The time may have come to park Alitalia in the hangar for good,’ quips The Economist. Are the pundits right?

Autism Awareness Month: What Travel Agents Need To Know

Autism affects more than 3.5 million Americans, but programs from suppliers help keep them traveling.

Headquarters Happenings: Dominant In Canada, Expedia CruiseShipCenters Targets U.S. Market

“We have a system and the system works,” says the president of the cruise agency franchisor Expedia CruiseShipCenters. It’s a system that drives growth by attracting new entrants with strong leadership qualities.

Hoteliers On The Move, April 2017

To help you keep up with your favorite GMs and hotel executives as they move around and open new properties, Mary Gostelow offers up a monthly update of who's doing what.

United Airlines Revamps Policies, Ups Bumping Offer To Up To $10,000

Ten 'substantial' policy changes on the agenda in the wake of Flight 3411. 

Delta Adds Helicopter Connections Between JFK and Manhattan

One-stop shopping service connects Manhattan heliport lounges and JFK.

Water Level Issues Force AmaWaterways To Delay India Debut

The river cruise line is having a growth spurt -- but its entry into the India market is delayed.

Another Airline Follows Lufthansa And Adds GDS Fees

The move by Ukraine International Airlines could prompt other airlines to take the plunge.

Targeting Travelers With Special Needs: Agents Can Earn Loyal Repeat Customers And Do Good

It’s Autism Awareness Month, and so TMR spoke with Jim Smith, who will share the professional and personal benefits of targeting travelers with special needs at our Travel MarketPlace show in Toronto in June.

Tauck Announces 2018 River Cruise Plans

New itineraries, new shore excursions and new ships grace the European waterways.

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