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New Cuba Rules Ease Restrictions For US Visitors

January 18, 2015

New rules that came into effect on Friday as part of moves to improve relations with Cuba will allow expanded travel possibilities for US citizens.
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New Cuba Rules Ease Restrictions For US Visitors

AirAsia Crash Makes Stronger Case For Ejectable Black Boxes

January 8, 2015

A long-delayed proposal to outfit commercial airliners with ejectable flight data recorders may have a better chance of being adopted following the AirAsia crash in the Java Sea, according to people familiar with ICAO discussions.
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AirAsia Crash Makes Stronger Case For Ejectable Black Boxes

Airlines Look To Tap Customer Data

November 23, 2014

Airlines are seeking to work more closely with travel technology companies to mine customer data for ways to generate more revenue beyond ticket sales, emulating other industries already using these methods.
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Airlines Look To Tap Customer Data

Ebola Fears Hurt East African Tourism

October 29, 2014

East Africa's Serengeti and Maasai Mara safari parks are as far if not further from the Ebola outbreak in the west of the continent than much of Europe which supplies the tourists, but you'd hardly guess that from the slump in bookings.
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Ebola Fears Hurt East African Tourism

Strikes, Oil Prices In Focus For Europe's Airlines

October 24, 2014

Europe's airlines will feel the full benefits of lower oil prices only next year and third quarter results from Lufthansa and Air France-KLM will show the damage done by recent strikes.
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Strikes, Oil Prices In Focus For Europe's Airlines
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