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European Airlines’ Ash Cloud Nightmare

March 25, 2014

It is the fifth day since the Eyjafjallajokull volcano erupted, sending a cloud of volcanic ash over the European continent, grounding airlines and shutting down airports due to safety concerns. Now, in the face of losing US$200 million per day, the airlines are calling the decision to close air space “a European mess” and IATA, […]

Cruise Ship Dining

Cruise Ship Dining

April 15, 2013

Very few things in life can be more luxuriously pleasant and fun than a cruise vacation. Of course, I’m showing you some info and images. See the infographic chart. It is about travel, vacation, and online hospitality management studies, and it tells us certain matters about cruise trips, among other things. As a Disney fan, […]

How Airlines Have Taken Flight With Social Media

How Airlines Have Taken Flight With Social Media

October 27, 2012

Thousands of flights each and every day transport millions of passengers all over the world. As we all know, traveling can make one irritable, and delays or lost baggage prompt many consumers to complain. Before social media, these complaints might dissipate in the ether or be left on hold for 30 minutes. Fortunately, the airline […]

The Top 5 Facebook Places are U.S. Airports

The Top 5 Facebook Places are U.S. Airports

June 17, 2012

Cross referencing the top 5 Facebook Places with available Facebook Deals revealed an interesting discovery. Regardless of the fact that the top 5 Facebook Places in the world generated a total of 1,436,090 check-ins, not a single Deal was available at any of the locations listed. Source