Cathay Pacific’s New CEO Outlines Three-Year Business Transformation Program

After a long financial decline, Cathay Pacific Airways has appointed 55-year-old executive of The Swire Group, Rupert Hogg to take over as CEO of the company. Recently, Hogg has stated that he has a three-year plan to reverse the airliner’s declining business. Although Hogg, is still mum on the specifics of this plan, ‘Skift’ discusses what...

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Qatar Airways Tries to Steal U.S. Share from Emirates in the Wake of Trump Ban

Trumps travel ban is affecting many industries, not the least of which is the airline industry. It allows foreign airlines to get the jump on those in the United States since foreigners can use them to travel without the stigma they will face trying to travel here. These foreign airlines are becoming richer because of this. Qatar Airways Tries to Steal U.S....

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United Airlines Has A Bigger Problem Than You Think

In light of the recent actions of United Airlines, we can all agree that there’s definitely some major issues that need some major fixes. In this day and age missteps of any sort by any large company can go viral in an astoundingly short amount of time. United is still lumbering along in the past though, so it’s unclear if they’ll ever truly...

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United CEO Oscar Munoz Will Not Automatically Become Board Chair in 2018

United has been in the news a lot lately due to the way they’ve treated some of their customers. There has been quite a bit of outrage over it in fact and their stocks have dropped a lot. This CEO has released statements but they haven’t impressed the public. Apparently he is not automatically becoming chair just because he’s CEO either. Key...

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Extended Stay Serves a New Generation of Travelers and 7 Other Hospitality Trends This Week

Extended stay is one of the most well known home brands. They are not fancy but they are not a motel either and they are usually reasonably priced. Hotels have to accommodate for guests stays and make sure their guests have what they want or need at all times. People who are frequent travelers are always looking for something they can afford, somewhere safe,...

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The American Airlines Passenger Who Almost Fought Controversial Flight Attendant Speaks Out!

Airlines are supposed to provide a friendly service to their passengers. However, in this case the flight attendant demonstrated violence towards a passenger. The passenger was just simply trying to put her baby’s stroller in the over head bin and the flight attendent acted aggressively by hitting the mother nearly missing the baby. But it was the passenger...

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The Battle for the Future of Airlines Is Still Being Fought Over the Atlantic

The world of aviation as we know it isn’t that old, and despite things seeming to be constant, there could be massive changes coming in the future that no one can yet predict the outcomes to. The competition is very real and very fierce between providers of this now commonplace service, who is best prepared to outlast the rest? The Battle for the Future...

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This Tiny Resort Island Doesn’t Want Uber or Lyft

Services like Uber and Lyft aren’t always welcome everywhere especially in places where tourism helps to drive the economy. Small regions depend on taxi services and residents are afraid that the encroachment of the app driving services are going to help destroy their livelihoods. The fear is real and it is tricky to know what to do in the face of this...

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9 U.S. Beach Towns Where You’ll Come For Summer But Stay Forever

Beach trips across the US are one major reason to do some sight seeing. After all who can resist a day of perfect beach weather? However it’s always nice to be able to continue your adventure in the surrounding towns and this list is sure to provide you with locations that’ll make you extend your trip into more than just a visit. Key Takeaways: There...

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