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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Goway partners with Lions Club

Goway partners with Lions Club Goway Travel is once again artnering with Lions Clubs International as a preferred North American travel operator for the Lions Clubs International Convention taking place in Busan, Korea from June 22-26. Busan is South Korea's largest port and second-largest metropolis. Before or after the... more ›
Posted in News, Tour Operators

Hotels deals mark first century for Arizona

Hotels deals mark first century for Arizona Arizona is celebrating its 100th birthday as a state on Feb. 14, and Scottsdale's hotels, resorts and museums are taking notice. For instance, guests can stay in Scottsdale's Old Town - a place reminiscent of the Wild West - and take advantage of The Saguaro's "Centennial Package."Each week until... more ›
Posted in Destinations, Hotels, News, Specials, West

Halekulani set for a wining and dining soiree

Halekulani set for a wining and dining soiree The Halekulani resort is inviting guests to enjoy a unique dining experience featuring renowned Bordeaux Grand Cru Classé estates Château Rauzan-Ségla and Château Canon, owned by iconic fashion house Chanel. The epicurean experience showcases a multi-course menu specially... more ›
Posted in Hawaii, News, Resorts, Specials

Wholesaler reports heightened interest in Maui

Wholesaler reports heightened interest in Maui Condominium Connection, a Hawaii wholesaler for more than four decades, is showing early booking trends for 2012 that indicate a strengthening in neighbour island travel and overall room rate increases of around 14% for the New Year. Joseph Fienberg, owner and president of Condominium Connection,... more ›
Posted in Hawaii, Hotels, News

Kea Lani gets new look

Kea Lani gets new look Maui's The Fairmont Kea Lani has spent more than US$28 million on renovations that include every suite, villa, pool deck, ballroom, corridor and elevator. The restaurant... more ›
Posted in Hawaii, News, Resorts

Spanair shuts down

Spanair shuts down Barcelona-based Spanair suspended its operations on Jan. 28, cancelling all of its close to 650 flights and, according to reports, stranding close to 20,000 passengers. In a statement on its web site, the carrier said that it "is finalizing an agreement with the International Air Transport... more ›
Posted in Airlines, News, Travel Agents

Hyatt Regency celebrates Valentine’s in style

Hyatt Regency celebrates Valentine’s in style Executive Chef Sven Ullrich is inviting Hawaiian visitors to spend Valentine's Day at Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa, enjoying "incredible food and Sake at one of Japengo's intimate tables for two or dine on flavourful fish and wine under the stars at SHOR American Seafood Grill."In... more ›
Posted in Hawaii, Hotels, News, Specials

Asia Pacific tourism poised to record 6% growth

Asia Pacific tourism poised to record 6% growth Preliminary results released by the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) show a collective increase of 6% year-on-year for international arrivals into Asia Pacific destinations during each of the months of October and November 2011. For the first 11 months of the year, South Asia was the star... more ›
Posted in News

CLIA sets a course to review safety

CLIA sets a course to review safety CLIA is launching a Cruise Industry Operational Safety Review "in response to the Concordia incident and as part of the industry's continuous efforts to review and improve safety measures." In making the announcing, CLIA said that it was speaking on behalf of the global cruise lines industry, and... more ›
Posted in Cruise, News

YVR maps out 10-year airport strategy

YVR maps out 10-year airport strategy Vancouver Airport Authority has unveiled a 10-year strategy outlining $1.8 billion in improvements designed to keep Vancouver International Airport (YVR) competitive and an economic generator for British Columbia. "YVR is facing increasing competition from other airports; both travellers and... more ›
Posted in Airlines, News
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