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Technical problem grounds London flights

Flights in London were grounded on Thursday afternoon leaving thousands stranded.

Airlines still not reducing fuel surcharges

Airlines are being criticized for maintaining fuel surcharges even as the price oil drops, according to The Telegraph.

Islamabad Marriott targeted by terrorist bomb

A suicide truck bomb destroyed much of Islamabad’s Marriott Hotel on Saturday night, killing dozens.

Travelodge sees profits increase on business travellers

The budget hotel chain Travelodge says that cost-conscious business travellers are driving up its profits.

Hotels force Brits on XL holidays to check out

Hundreds of UK tourists were booted out of their hotels following the news of the XL Leisure Group’s collapse.

World Travel Awards announces winners in North America

Last Saturday, World Travel Awards were presented in several categories in the North American travel sector.

Five star Ayurvedic detox at Bad Wildstein spa

The Parkschloesschen Bad Wildstein Hotel is Europe’s only five-star spa featuring the ancient Indian healing arts.

Heathrow hotel to be built from shipping containers

Travelodge hotel in England is finding creative ways to build new hotels from shipping containers.

Failed airline passenger costs include airport hotels

About 200 passengers on Zoom were stranded in Halifax, Canada, when the airline collapsed late last week.

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