The Paris Appeal Court confirmed the fine for EasyJet of 70.000 euros for discrimination. The airline refused the access of a plane to three not accompanied disabled persons mentioning safety reasons.
French Riviera is still very popular among travelers. In 2012 the destination welcomed 11 million visitors according to the CRT Riviera.
In airline circles, it has been known for quite some time that Air France was working on a new regional airline called "HOP!" Now it is official – as a 100 percent subsidiary company of Air France, HOP! will have a fleet of 98 airplanes (48 – 100 seats) and offer 530 flights a day to 136 destinations (32 of them within France), including Vienna.
Cost control is the primary topic for the year 2013 for travel managers worldwide – regardless of the enterprise size, the industry, the travel volume or the extent of the travel program. That is the main result of the annual study by CWT Travel Management Priorities of Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT).
According to the latest reports from the Tourism Business Council of South Africa, the tourism industry in South Africa is set to improve. The latest Tourism Business Index reveals that even though South Africa has had very tough times in the tourism sector, it is bound to improve significantly in the near future.
Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta has been the busiest airport in the world since the year 1998. This is stipulated to change by the time this year ends as Beijing Capital International will take over the title.
If you actually thought the old days of tug-of-war between staff teams and sweaty company sweatshirts are over, you are mistaken. According to the 'Top Ten Meeting Trends for 2013' by Benchmark Hospitality those days are back with a vengeance.
Times are good for Myanmar this year. Not only is the country undergoing a lot of political reforms, its tourism industry was able to bring a million foreign visitors last year, the highest in the country's history. Moreover, projections for 2013 also indicate that Myanmar can expect a 30% growth in its tourism industry, despite increasing hotel costs and a shortage of skilled staff workers.
2012 has been a great year for tourism. According to the latest statistics, international tourist arrivals reached one billion for the first time.
According to tourism minister, Terry French, tourism industry in both Labrador and Newfoundland is on its way to being a billion dollar industry. He said this as he officially launched the new national tourism campaign of the province in 2013.
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