19 SEPTEMBER 2022
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The King's Flight.
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Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) tells us that in observance of the period of national mourning, it is felt appropriate to postpone Cruise Week activity by one week.
Richard Cawthorne was Editor of Business Travel News from 2015 until February 2020.
Ethiopian Airlines last week opened Addis Ababa Bole International In-Terminal Hotel.
Montreal-based Air Canada has signed a purchase agreement for 30 electric-hybrid aircraft under development by Heart Aerospace of Sweden.
Head for Points (HfP), soon to become the owner of Business Travel News (BTN), has published a very comprehensive suite guide.
The very affable Simon Calder, Travel Editor at The Independent and TV vacation pundit, is a key speaker at World Travel Market London 2022 where he will try to look into the future regarding the holiday market.
Semi-private jet service Aero has announced its UK winter routes to some of the most in-demand destinations across Europe and North America.
Ryanair cancelled 420 flights, easyJet cut 76, British Airways cancelled 22, while Air France ran only 45% of its short-haul flights.
Lufthansa has concluded a deal with its pilots’ union Vereinigung Cockpit (VC), which includes a “peace obligation” not to hold any strikes for more than nine months.
In conjunction with British Airways and Virgin Atlantic plus the airline community at Heathrow, there is an operational change of aircraft movements today (Monday 19 September) in respect of the Queen’s funeral.
With Christmas quickly coming up a new hotel is to open close by the Westfield Shopping complex and Shepherd’s Bush Market.
Open to all interested parties the 2022 IATA World Cargo Symposium will take place at ExCeL London 27-29 September and follows the successful Dublin event last October.
Head for Points (HfP), the future new owner of Business Travel News (BTN), is the Official Media Partner for the fourth London ‘Loyalty Summit’, lead sponsor The Wall Street Journal.
Today (19 September) sees the grand opening of Marriott’s new World Headquarters at Bethesda, Maryland, just northwest of Washington, DC.
With the curtailment of the Air New Zealand flights from London to Auckland via Las Angeles abandoned before the pandemic the airline is now suggesting connecting via the United States using Star Alliance partners and alternative airlines.
Fancy a really stylish trip to Florence, Paris, Venice and Vienna?
Heathrow Terminal 4 has officially opened a second Qatar Airways lounge.
Head for Points (HfP) reports Rwandair is likely to be making an application to join the oneworld airline alliance.
Ambience is the lead ship for a new British cruise line Ambassador, best described as an up-market reincarnation of CMV, one of the first holiday company casualties of Covid-19 in July 2020.