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United Airlines announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has cleared their way for 52 of the carrier's Boeing 777s that are powered by Pratt & Whitney engines to return to service after an engine failure grounded them in February 2021, as reported by CNBC. One of United’s 777-200's heading for Honolulu from Denver suffered an engine failure and dropped debris in a residential area before returning to Denver. There

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Kenneth Holland

If you are an international traveler wanting to know Spain's Covid travel restrictions, we possibly have some bad news for you (depending on your position on the pandemic)... Spain has announced that it will be extending its existing COVID-19 entry restrictions for another month, until June 15. “The border order to be issued by the Minister for Home Affairs extends all current restrictions on Spain’s external land, sea, and air

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Hawaiian Airlines has confirmed its long-awaited return to New Zealand on July 2 with the resumption of three-times-weekly nonstop flights between Honolulu (HNL) and Auckland (AKL), ending a more than two-year-long suspension due to pandemic-related travel restrictions. “Our July return comes at just the right time as Kiwis looking to get away this winter can now

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Emirates has announced it will ramp up its global operations with the restart of services to four destinations, including:  Bali (1 May), London Stansted (1 August), Rio de Janeiro (2 November), and Buenos Aires (2 November). The airline has also announced it will boost services to Nigeria, Mauritius and Singapore to serve market demand. In line

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Ontario International Airport (ONT) today announced a strategic partnership with Shift4, the leading commerce technology provider, to implement the company’s VenueNext mobile point-of-sale solution at the airport. The state-of-the-art service enables ONT customers to order and pay for food, beverages and merchandise from the convenience of their phones, allowing travelers to enjoy the growing variety of airport dining

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A sad day for commercial aviation enthusiasts and Star Wars fans: March 31st marked the final flight of the famously adorable BB-8 All Nippon Airways (ANA) aircraft, a Boeing 777-381ER that is registered as JA789A and has been operating on the Tokyo Narita to Chicago route. The plane is being retired due to ANA’s post-pandemic plans

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Hilton has announced the signing of a management agreement with Tokyo Tatemono Co., Ltd. to launch Hilton Kyoto in 2024. The property will be Hilton’s first flagship-branded hotel in Japan’s cultural capital, a popular destination for both international and domestic travelers.  “We are delighted to partner with Tokyo Tatemono Co., Ltd. to bring Hilton’s flagship brand to

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JW Marriott, part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 30 hotel brands, arrives in Guadalajara with the opening of JW Marriott Hotel Guadalajara, Mexico.The hotel, managed by Aimbridge Prisma and developed by Grupo Favier, is located in the Guadalajara Country Club area, one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the city, surrounded by service and financial corporations, as well as

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Kenneth Holland

'My failure to comply: Here's why I would have been better off dropping my coins in the bartender's mouth than than the video poker machine...'Roadtrip.Laughlin.Those are two words that always go well together...kinda like peanut butter and jelly, or a stripper and a man's empty wallet...Now, for some of you, Laughlin might be unfamiliar: Laughlin is a small gambling town in Nevada right on the Colorado River across from another

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Kenneth Holland

'Whether you like it or not, you have very few rights at 30,000 in a plane...and there's a simple reason for that...'When flyers step in to that metal tube called a plane, they do so for one reason:To fly to their chosen destination. To fly to their chosen destination they also have to pay for the service.What they do not pay for is the 'right' to do whatever pleases them.

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