The Scandinavian business travelers’ agree. They want Lufthansa as owner of SAS airline, regardless if they are Danish, Norwegian or Swedish. No other airline even comes close, according to a press release from Swedish analysts Resegeometri.
In Resegeometri’s Nordic independent … Read more
Air France-KLM’s passenger activity in the Third Quarter was strongly impacted by strike action in France in October, notably by air traffic control, followed by severe weather disruption in December. In total, the group was forced to cancel 6,900 flights, … Read more
In a press release issued today, Ryanair announced a slightly reduced Q3 loss of €10m (down from a Q.3 loss of €11m last year). Total revenues grew by 22% to €746m, as traffic increased 6% to 17m and average fares … Read more
Design Hotels announces 35 new member hotels. With the latest new member, The Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam, Design Hotels increases its portfolio to 200 hotels. The Conservatorium, from the dream team behind Mamilla Hotel, Piero Lissoni and Moshe Safdie, joins … Read more
Once again two outstanding hotels of Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts made it to the Condé Nast Traveler Gold List. Swissôtel The Bosphorus, Istanbul and Swissôtel Berlin were voted among the world’s best places to stay by the readers of the … Read more
Travel services company Hogg Robinson Group (HRG) has further strengthened its operation in Eastern Europe with the opening of a new office in Georgia, according to a bulletin released by the company.
To celebrate the launch of HRG Georgia, a … Read more
ALTA, Norway—Ten students at the University College of Finnmark, Norway’s northernmost county, have received a head start in the job hunting queue upon completing training in the professional hotel management software suite PMI.
Since 26 October, ten students at the … Read more
The European hotel real-estate outlook is getting better with every trophy asset changing hands, according to a statement from Deloitte, covered in HotelNewsNow yesterday.
Nick van Marken, global head of advisory, tourism, hospitality and leisure at Deloitte, said in an … Read more
British Airways is introducing First class on its popular Las Vegas route next summer (from June 1, 2011) and increasing capacity by 18 per cent, according to a press release.
The direct daily flight from Terminal 5 at Heathrow was … Read more
Although Poland was not spared from a slowdown in 2008 and 2009, with the economic crisis curbing the imbalances that had been growing since 2006, recent figures reveal steady growth for the hotel industry, mirroring better economic performances.
The Polish … Read more