Business News

4.14.14
American Eagle Name Change Issued
American Eagle Airlines name has changed and will reflect the new name of Envoy Air beginning April 15, 2014 and beyond. All City Pair Availabilities (CPA) that involve American Eagle Airlines, where the banner indicated “OPERATED BY AMERICAN EAGLE AIRLINES “ will now reflect the new banner “OPERATED BY ENVOY AIR AS AMERICAN EAGLE*. The regional flying brand of American Airlines remains as American Eagle.

4.3.14
George Bush Intercontinental Airport Installs Automated Passport Kiosks

Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport has joined the ranks of airports offering international passengers the option of using Automated Passport Control kiosks. The LCD touchscreens collect basic passport information and declaration data, then produce a receipt for travelers to give to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer.

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Vacation News

4.24.14
Hawaii's Kona Coast


Traditional Hawaiian dishes, fresh fruits and chocolate are highlights of a growing food scene at Kona Coast in Hawaii's Big Island. Tourists can head for the Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden to sample traditional Hawaiian fare including breadfruit, sweet potatoes and lau lau: steamed pork and butterfish wrapped in taro leaves. At the Original Hawaiian Chocolate Factory, visitors can sample chocolates made from the only cacao-tree orchard in the U.S.

3.25.14

Royal Caribbean to deploy Splendour in Dubai in winter 2015
Royal Caribbean announced that the Splendour of the Seas will operate 16 sailings out of Dubai for the winter 2015-2016 season. The roundtrip sailings will go from December 2015 through March 2016 and will include calls in Abu Dhabi and Oman's Muscat and Khasab.

3.14.14
Ohana by Hawaiian takes flight
Ohana by Hawaiian, a turboprop service from Hawaiian Airlines, flew its first flight on Tuesday from Honolulu to the island of Molokai. "We believe this operation will be a tremendous success thanks in very large part to the support we have received from everybody in Molokai," said Mark Dunkerley, Hawaiian Airlines president and CEO. Ohana will offer local flights in Hawaii between islands

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