Monthly Archives: October 2013

ANA are introducing new in-flight menus in December. As usual with Japanese menus, they are illustrated – which just makes you want to pour over them, even if there are no plans anywhere on your horizon to fly with ANA! … Continue reading

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Who would want to be the CEO of a start-up airline in Africa, or a passenger for that matter? Yesterday, things looked bleak for the Tanzanian low-cost airline,, its CEO Ed Winter, and its customers who had booked seats … Continue reading

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A decade ago things were tough for wannabe TV Travel entrepreneurs. You had to set up a company with presenters, cameramen, technicians, studios, salesmen, and so on. And get a license to broadcast, or a digital network deal so your … Continue reading

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It’s not just National Parks staff, would-be visitors and international tourists who are being affected. As the U.S. government shutdown moves into a second week, people in tourism destinations and related businesses are feeling the financial pain. In a survey … Continue reading

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It was an excellent two days in Dublin last week (3-4 Oct) with around 600 travel bloggers/influencers and travel/tourism industry representatives all gathered for a series of keynote talks and breakout sessions aimed at both bloggers & industry. Travel Blogger … Continue reading

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