SAO PAULO, Brazil (TVLW) - GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes S.A., the parent company of Brazil's low-cost airlines GOL Transportes Aereos S.A. and VRG Linhas Aereas S.A., announces that today VRG began daily operations to its newest international route: Sao Paulo -- Santiago.
Australia, China and Malaysia are questioning whether Canada is trying to "rewrite" history by putting the burden of emissions control on poorer countries as the climate change conference in Bali becomes a battleground between the developing countries and industrialized countries.
(eTN) - The plastic wrapping of passengers' baggage and extra security are some of the measures international airlines servicing Guyana have been looking at in order to thwart drug smugglers.
A United Nations expert has spoken out on the discrepancy between the actual death toll figure and the government figures on the recent government crackdown on protestors.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (eTN) - The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico’s economy has never been this attractive to an infinite number of local and foreign investors until a couple of years ago.
(TVLW) - Two Korean carriers earned awards for their outstanding performances in carriage and in-flight services. The Business Traveler Magazine has selected Korean Air (KAL) for its ``Best Airline in Asia'' as well as ``Best Business Class to Asia/Pacific.'' It is the second time the company has won the latter prize.
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REAL DE CATORCE, Mexico (eTN) – Pity the peyote, the legendary cactus whose hallucinogenic powers inspired gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson and an entire generation of hippies. This ground-hugging native of Mexico's northern desert is in danger of disappearing, a victim of psychedelic tourism, silver mining and greenhouse tomatoes.
SINGAPORE (TVLW) - A Western-based global cruise brand is making a grand foray into the Asian market. One of America's and Europe's biggest cruise operators – Royal Caribbean International – made its Asia-Pacific debut with the arrival of 'Rhapsody of the Seas' in Singapore on Sunday, carrying some 2,000 tourists from Australia and New Zealand.
(TVLW) - Investors in Kenya’s fast-growing tourism industry have a new platform to measure their performance against African competitors, thanks to the launch of continental awards to be held next year.