Carnival Is Upping Its Ad Spending to Drive More Cruise Bookings

Carnival is a popular cruise line that carries many passengers each year. Surprisingly, the company will be extending its ad messaging campaign. Travelers might expect to see more ads by Carnival in the future. That is part of a renewed effort to drum up more passengers on board. An additional investment of $40 million is expected for ads. Carnival Is Upping...

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Richard Branson Aims To Ride Virgin Galactic Into Space in 2018

Virgin Galactic will resume experimental test flights of its rocket plane program. That program suffered a fatality in recent years, which signaled a setback for the company. Richard Branson has promised to ride the rocket on a mission. That could extend some confidence for people who are involved along the way to space. Richard Branson Aims To Ride Virgin...

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U.S. Laptop Ban Lifted Except for an Isolated Qatar Airways

A notable U.S. Laptop ban has been lifted in most areas. Qatar may still be under the U.S. laptop ban once the announcement is over. That ban was part of a policy change affecting multiple airports. Passengers need to be aware of these bans once they are in effect. That could change some of their travel plans once initiated. U.S. Laptop Ban Lifted Except...

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Lebanon Tourism Sees a Rebound in Shadow of Regional Turmoil

There are a lot of complicated things going on in and around Lebanon right now. This is not hurting tourism as much anymore. The numbers have rebounded. More tourists have gone to the area. This is good for Lebanon’s economy because money is coming in from those tourists. It also creates jobs which is good for both finances and morale. Key Takeaways: Lebanon’s...

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12 Big Winners in Travel Advertising at Cannes Lions 2017

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity is an event that the Ad Council, and many other creative agencies around the world, look forward to every year. 2016 was an exciting year for us as we took home 8 Cannes Lions, including gold in the Cyber: Social Purpose category for our I Am A Witness campaign, so we were extremely excited to see what 2017’s...

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Trump Lawyers Ask Hawaii Court to Butt Out of Travel Ban Issues

Hawaii is not happy about Trump’s travel ban at all and his lawyers have noticed. They have asked the courts in that state to stay out of it altogether. Will they listen? They are pretty disgusted so there is no way of knowing. So far they have tried to get involved and to cause problems for the travel ban. Trump Lawyers Ask Hawaii Court to Butt Out of...

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Uber Dealt a Setback in EU Court Because of French Law

Uber is a ride sharing service. People can request rides. Many enjoy this service because it can be cheaper and more readily available than taxis. They are having problems over in Europe, though, because of a law in France, so this might not bode well for the service there. This will bother many people who want rides through Uber. Uber Dealt a Setback in EU...

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TUI In Talks to Revive Air Berlin Joint Venture With Etihad to Create Leisure Airline

TUI AG is looking to resurrect the plans that multiple airlines had originally formulated to create a leisure airline. TUI AG has announced that they will commit to promoting the leisure line that will run out of Germany via Berlin Air. Ethad Airline group is also poised to be a big investor in this venture. TUI In Talks to Revive Air Berlin Joint Venture With...

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Tourism Making Modest Return to New Jersey’s Largest City 50 Years After the Riots

Located in beautiful Point Pleasant Beach New Jersey, Jenkinson’s Boardwalk has attractions for people of all ages. It features white sandy beaches, fun games, mini golf courses, aquarium, arcades, thrilling rides and exciting attractions. From cotton candy and ice cream to pizza and healthier options, you can find exactly what you are craving along the boards!...

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