Extreme Tourism

India’s Alliance Air Deploys Newly Acquired ATR 42 To Kullu

India’s Alliance Air Deploys Newly Acquired ATR 42 To Kullu

India’s regional airline Alliance Air will start flying its smaller ATR 42 aircraft to Kullu in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The hilly destination will be the first to see service from the brand-new airplane, connecting it with Delhi and Chandigarh. The airline operates an ATR 72-dominated fleet but acquired the ATR 42 to fly …

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Weekend Brings Highest Passenger Numbers Since Before COVID-19

Weekend Brings Highest Passenger Numbers Since Before COVID-19

On Sunday, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screened more than 2.46 million people passing through airport security checkpoints around the nation. That represents the highest number of airport passengers seen in a single day since before COVID-19 struck. In its running tally of daily passenger counts, the TSA recorded that a total of 2,462,097 passengers …

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Haven by Emma Donoghue review – religious zeal meets ecological warning in AD600 Ireland |  Emma Donoghue

Haven by Emma Donoghue review – religious zeal meets ecological warning in AD600 Ireland | Emma Donoghue

skellig Michael, a jagged outcrop off the coast of County Kerry, was used as the location of Luke Skywalker’s hideaway in two Star Wars films, but tradition holds that human habitation on the island dates from AD600, when ascetic Irish monks began retreating to ever-more remote spots. Emma Donoghue’s brooding, dreamlike new novel, Port, imagines …

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Travel Industry Leaders Provide Updates on the State of European Tourism

Travel Industry Leaders Provide Updates on the State of European Tourism

The United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) held a webinar with leading members of the European Travel Commission (ETC) and the European Tourism Association (ETOA) to provide an update on the state of European travel this year on April 21, 2022. Eduardo Santander, CEO of ETC, and Tom Jenkins, CEO of ETOA, shared their thoughts …

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The Latest Trends in Hotel Guest Satisfaction

The Latest Trends in Hotel Guest Satisfaction

JD Power released its 2022 North America Hotel Guest Satisfaction Index Study on Wednesday, revealing a slight dip in guest satisfaction as demand and occupancy return to pre-pandemic levels. The study found that while pricing is up across all segments, travelers don’t necessarily feel that they’re getting their money’s worth. This year’s 8-point decline (1,000 …

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Will Samsung be promoted to chairman?

Will Samsung be promoted to chairman?

Settings business 2022-08-14 16:49 Will Samsung be promoted to chairman? Samsung Electronic Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong left, shakes hands with US President Joe Biden at the firm’s semiconductor plant in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi Province, May 20. Korea Times file By Lee Kyung-min Pardoned Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong, who has pledged to make “a significant …

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COVID-19 No Longer the Biggest Concern for Many Travelers

COVID-19 No Longer the Biggest Concern for Many Travelers

The latest installation of Longwoods International’s ongoing American Travel Sentiment Study indicates that record-high gas prices and soaring airfare costs have overtaken pandemic-related concerns for consumers as the summer travel season approaches. According to the study, one-third of travelers said that gas prices will greatly affect their travel plans over the next six months, while …

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Extreme heat uncovers lost villages, ancient ruins and shipwrecks |  ap

Extreme heat uncovers lost villages, ancient ruins and shipwrecks | ap

Extreme heat this year has triggered wildfires, drought and melting glaciers. Less expectedly, it’s also revealed some weird and dark things about our past — shipwrecks, corpses, ghost villages, ornamental gardens and ancient cities. Here’s a look at some of those discoveries. × This page requires Javascript. Javascript is required for you to be able …

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Londoners urged not to travel as heat wave engulfs Europe

Londoners urged not to travel as heat wave engulfs Europe

London CNN — Commuters in London have been advised not to use the city’s transport network unless for “essential journeys,” amid a sweltering heat wave across western Europe. The UK Met Office issued an amber extreme heat warning from Sunday through Tuesday as temperatures will likely surpass the country’s 2019 record temperature of 38.7 Celsius …

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