Continuing its expansion, Windstar Cruises announced eight new itineraries in Northern Europe and 12 novel Mediterranean voyages, bringing the liner's total unique sailings in Europe to 40 for 2018.
Douglas Martell has been appointed as the new CEO of ONYX Hospitality Group, a move up from his previous position of executive vice president and chief operating officer at the company.
The Luxury Collection has announced the signings of five flagship properties namely, the internationally-renowned boutique hotel The Wellesley and the exclusive The Westbury in London, Hôtel de Berri, a new alluring hotel in the heart of Paris, Cristallo Resort & Spa in Cortina, Italy, the first ski resort of the collection, and The Alexander in Yerevan, marking the brand’s debut in Armenia.
Ethiopian Airlines is revising its air traffic schedule to Scandinavia and will begin flying non-stop from Addis Ababa to Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
As of June 01, Emirates will introduce a daily flight from Dubai to Zagreb, further enhancing its European network.
Further expanding travel options and enhancing its network connectivity, Royal Jordanian (RJ) has signed a codeshare agreement with Alitalia, enabling RJ passengers to reach 16 Italian destinations through Rome.
International Air Transport Association (IATA) has reported that global air cargo demands climbed in 2016, as shown in the 3.8 percent year-on-year rise in freight tonne kilometres, while capacity, measured in available freight tonne kilometres, jumped 5.3 percent.
Etihad Aviation Group and Lufthansa German Airline have unveiled details of a new commercial partnership.
Latvian carrier airBaltic is set to launch a direct service between Riga and Abu Dhabi, in cooperation with Etihad Airways, as its the codeshare partner on the route.
Airports Council International (ACI) has revealed that in 2016, the air transport industry saw a growth in both passenger and cargo traffic, despite global challenges.Overall, passenger traffic rose 5.5 percent, with international traffic up 6.5 percent year-on-year, compared to a 4.9 percent jump in domestic travel.