• ICONIC DESTINATIONS FOR THE MICE SEGMENT IN LATIN AMERICA
    by Breaking Travel News on March 5, 2024 at 6:46 am

    Choosing the perfect venue is crucial for the success of any event in the dynamic and ever-evolving world of MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions) events. Now more than ever, event organizers seek destinations that offer not only state-of-the-art facilities but also memorable experiences that resonate with attendees long after the event has concluded.

  • American Airlines orders 85 Boeing 737 MAX jets
    by Breaking Travel News on March 5, 2024 at 6:43 am

    Boeing and American Airlines have announced the carrier will further modernize its global fleet with its first order for the largest 737 MAX airplane. American is committing to 115 of the 737-10 model, which includes a new order for 85 jets and a conversion of a previous order for 30 of the smaller 737-8 variant. The airline is also announcing options to purchase 75 additional 737-10 jets in the future.

  • Wego and Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority: “Pioneering Together to Showcase Bahrain”
    by Breaking Travel News on March 5, 2024 at 6:40 am

    Wego, the largest online travel marketplace in MENA (Middle East and North Africa), and the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority are coming together to promote Bahrain as a leading travel destination. This strategic partnership combines Wego’s cutting-edge travel technology with Bahrain’s abundant cultural heritage and diverse attractions, promising an unmatched experience for travelers worldwide.

  • MSC Cruises Enhances Onboard Connectivity with SpaceX’s Starlink Across Fleet
    by Breaking Travel News on March 5, 2024 at 6:37 am

    MSC Cruises announces significant progress in its onboard connectivity initiative with two-thirds of its ships now equipped with SpaceX’s Starlink, aiming for completion across the entire fleet by May 2024. The adoption of Starlink has led to faster internet speeds, improved Wi-Fi coverage, reduced latency, and lower operational costs on 15 of the line’s 22 ships following successful trials in 2022

  • ANA Elevates In-Flight Dining Experience with Updated Collaboration Menu
    by Breaking Travel News on March 5, 2024 at 6:33 am

    All Nippon Airways (ANA), renowned for its exceptional hospitality, announces the update of its acclaimed collaboration menu, THE CONNOISSEURS, starting March 2024. Collaborating with 12 celebrity chefs and liquor professionals, along with ANA’s own culinary experts, the updated menu offers passengers a diverse range of Japanese, international, and special meals, including vegan and vegetarian options.

  • Hilton Strengthens Asia Pacific Development Leadership with Key Executive Appointments in Asia
    by Breaking Travel News on March 5, 2024 at 6:29 am

    Hilton has announced the appointments of Nong Xia as president of Development for Greater China & Mongolia and Maria Ariizumi as vice president of Development for South East Asia. These appointments mark a significant step in Hilton’s ongoing commitment to expand its footprint and strengthen its presence in key growth regions.

  • Experience St David’s Wales by Steam through Snowdonia
    by Breaking Travel News on March 5, 2024 at 6:24 am

    To mark St David’s Day, welsh-based rail tour specialist Ffestiniog Travel has announced a second Snowdonian Steam Special weekend break in September 2024. The highlight will be a journey on the aptly named Snowdonian train on an 80-mile trip through North Wales’ spectacular Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park.

  • PriceTravel lands at ITB as undisputed leader in the Americas
    by Breaking Travel News on March 4, 2024 at 5:29 pm

    PriceTravel Holding, one of the biggest B2B and B2C travel companies in Latin America, is set to make a significant impact at ITB Berlin 2024. The company proudly announces an astounding +450% growth in its hotel portfolio through direct contracting, offering over 35,000 hotels and solidifying its position as a major player in the hospitality sector.

  • SA Tourism aims for growth at ITB Berlin 2024
    by Breaking Travel News on March 4, 2024 at 5:26 pm

    SOUTH African Tourism is making the most of the Internationale Tourismus-Borse (ITB) in Berlin, Germany to position the country as a preferred tourist destination. This global trade show will run from March 5 to 7, under the theme, “Pioneer the Transition in Travel & Tourism. Together.”

  • Trip.com Group To Showcase New Consumer Trends and AI Innovations at ITB Berlin 2024
    by Breaking Travel News on March 4, 2024 at 5:23 pm

    Trip.com Group is gearing up to make waves at ITB Berlin 2024 held from 5-7 March in Berlin. This marks the company’s second appearance at the prestigious international event, where it aims to provide an insider’s view into its latest technological innovations and cast a spotlight on the transformative consumer trends shaping the future of travel.

  • ITB Berlin 2024 opens with excellent bookings – Global B2B platform under the heading #ITBTOGETHER
    by Breaking Travel News on March 4, 2024 at 3:40 pm

    ITB Berlin, which is taking place from 5 to 7 March 2024 on the Berliner Exhibition Grounds, reports excellent bookings for a total of 150,000 square metres, equivalent to over 90 per cent of the display area. At 87 per cent, international participation in the World’s Leading Travel Trade Show is at a record high. The ITB Buyers Circle with 1,300 senior buyers serves as an industry barometer and underlines the global importance of ITB Berlin.

  • Turkish Airlines starts Australia-Melbourne Flights, expanding its operations to 6 continents
    by Breaking Travel News on March 4, 2024 at 9:08 am

    Turkish Airlines, the airline flying to more countries than any other, has landed in Melbourne, marking its first destination in Australia. The new gateway supports the airline’s ever-expanding flight network, which now stands at 346 destinations, across six continents.

  • Korean Air celebrates 55th anniversary
    by Breaking Travel News on March 4, 2024 at 9:00 am

    Marking Korean Air’s 55th anniversary, Walter Cho, Korean Air’s Chairman and CEO, addressed the entire team in a commemorative message posted on the company’s intranet today, March 4.

  • EASYJET ANNOUNCES NEW ROUTES FROM THE UK
    by Breaking Travel News on March 4, 2024 at 8:54 am

    easyJet has announced two new routes from the UK, including to Salerno’s Amalfi Coast airport, making it the first and only UK airline to operate commercial flights from the airport when they take off from 13th July 2024.

  • BRITISH AIRWAYS CELEBRATES 10 YEARS OF CONNECTING AUSTIN AND LONDON
    by Breaking Travel News on March 4, 2024 at 8:47 am

    On Sunday March 3, 2024, British Airways proudly celebrated a decade of direct flights between Austin and London A British Airways First Officer named Austin operated the anniversary BA191, sharing his name with the vibrant Texan city

  • Leading ladies at Mr Toad’s and Neuvo celebrate International Women’s Day
    by Breaking Travel News on March 4, 2024 at 8:42 am

    Mr Toad’s and Neuvo, part of the Emirates Leisure Retail portfolio, are toasting the rise of female leaders in hospitality this International Women’s Day, with women now making up more than half of the senior team

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  • Fed Bubble Ignites “Great Retirement” Wave As Baby Boomers Party Like It 1999
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 4:20 am

    Fed Bubble Ignites “Great Retirement” Wave As Baby Boomers Party Like It 1999 As the Magnificent 7 tech stocks and home prices grind higher, there has been a massive surge in the number of Americans taking early retirement. Bloomberg has coined this phenomenon the “Great Retirement Boom.” A model designed by economist Miguel Faria-e-Castro at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis shows the US has around 2.7 million more retirees […]

  • US Profits Outshine Europe By The Most Since 2020
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 4:00 am

    US Profits Outshine Europe By The Most Since 2020 By Sagarika Jaisinghani, Bloomberg Markets Live reporter and strategist Europe Inc. just reported its worst earnings season relative to the US in three years, according to data from JPMorgan. And worst yet, strategists are bracing for more pain before recovery starts. Profits of Stoxx Europe 600 firms are estimated to have dropped 11% in the fourth quarter, 2 percentage points more […]

  • China Sets Economic Growth Target At Around 5% This Year, Will Boost Defense Spending By 7.2%
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 3:40 am

    China Sets Economic Growth Target At Around 5% This Year, Will Boost Defense Spending By 7.2% China will target economic growth of “around 5%” this year as it works to transform its development model (read magically grow while aggressively deleveraging), curb industrial overcapacity (read build less ghost cities while trying to contain the fallout from the biggest real estate crisis in history), defuse property sector risks (read […]

  • These Four Themes Will Define The Next Decade
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 3:20 am

    These Four Themes Will Define The Next Decade Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via Substack, Morgan Stanley recently came out with their 3 Themes that will impact markets for many years: longevity, AI tech diffusion, and decarbonization, i.e. the transition from hydrocarbon fuels to so-called “green energy.” That’s the status quo: everything’s great! Pills that cost $1,000 a month will make us live longer, AI will increase […]

  • Former Twitter CEO, Three Other Fired Officials, Sue Musk For $128 Million In Severance
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 3:00 am

    Former Twitter CEO, Three Other Fired Officials, Sue Musk For $128 Million In Severance Instead of giving him a medal for demonstrating that their censoring, woke, CIA-controlled bloated media platform can operate with 80% less diversity hires and can actually grow much faster when stripped of its unbearable propaganda, four ex-Twitter executives, including former CEO Parag Agrawal, sued X (f/k/a Twitter) company owner Elon […]

  • How The Government Used ‘Track F’ To Fund Censorship Tools: Report
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 2:40 am

    How The Government Used ‘Track F’ To Fund Censorship Tools: Report Authored by Mark Tapscott via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), Officials from the National Science Foundation tried to conceal the spending of millions of taxpayer dollars on research and development for artificial intelligence tools used to censor political speech and influence the outcome of elections, according to a new congressional report. (Illustration by The […]

  • Argentina’s President Javier Milei Suspends State-Run Leftist News Agency For ‘Propaganda”
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 2:20 am

    Argentina’s President Javier Milei Suspends State-Run Leftist News Agency For ‘Propaganda” The chainsaw-wielding Argentine president Javier Milei has consolidated eighteen government ministries into nine, fired 5,000 government workers, devalued the peso near market rates, and introduced economic reforms to overhaul the faltering economy after a series of devastating financial crises.  The latest fat Milei has trimmed from […]

  • VDH: American Paralysis & Decline
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 2:00 am

    VDH: American Paralysis & Decline Authored by Victor Davis Hanson, “We can bear neither our diseases nor their remedies.” So shrugged the ancient historian Livy (59 B.C.- A.D. 17) of the long decline of Roman national character that, in his age, finally ended the Roman Republic. Like a patient whose medicine proves worse than the disease, Livy lamented that the Romans knew that they had become corrupt and lawless. But […]

  • Wall Street Scrambles To Abandon DEI As “Legal Assaults” Mount
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 1:40 am

    Wall Street Scrambles To Abandon DEI As “Legal Assaults” Mount We’ve been stating for months that both the DEI and ESG gravy trains on Wall Street are finally coming to an unceremonious end. Who would have guessed the profit motive would be incompatible with mindless, unproductive virtue signaling and reverse racism?  The pushback on DEI has been immense, with entire universities and corporations slashing their DEI […]

  • Amid Debate Over Rail Safety Concerns, Another Norfolk Southern Train Derails
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 1:20 am

    Amid Debate Over Rail Safety Concerns, Another Norfolk Southern Train Derails By John Kingston of FreightWaves With a Norfolk Southern derailment in Pennsylvania on Saturday that sent diesel fuel into a Lehigh Valley River, the already heated battle over control of the railroad with safety issues as a backdrop got even hotter.  The derailment came after two days of charges, countercharges and missives flying back and forth over […]

  • The Nuclear Boom Is Here: Uranium Projects Jump Back On Line As Price Soars
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 1:00 am

    The Nuclear Boom Is Here: Uranium Projects Jump Back On Line As Price Soars It’s been a long time coming, but the bulls are finally back in uranium. And with them comes the restart of multiple uranium projects that have been taken offline in the years while the commodity slouched in price.  We have long stated here on Zero Hedge that nuclear power is an obvious win/win: it’s clean, it’s safe, it provides robust power and, most […]

  • “Nothing Will Make Sense To You Unless You Accept That The 2020 Election Was Stolen…”
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 12:43 am

    “Nothing Will Make Sense To You Unless You Accept That The 2020 Election Was Stolen…” Submitted by Drew Allen, During the debut of his new Saturday show on the General Michael Flynn-backed Patriot TV, Drew Allen – host of the Drew Allen Show – opened by claiming the Democrats stole the 2020 election. “They cheated!” Allen says plainly. Allen, of course, isn’t the first to say it. While the claim isn’t novel, his […]

  • More Than $11 Million In Fentanyl Pills Seized In Massive Bust At U.S./Mexico Border
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 12:20 am

    More Than $11 Million In Fentanyl Pills Seized In Massive Bust At U.S./Mexico Border U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBP) at the San Ysidro Port of Entry made a massive bust over the weekend, discovering more than $11 million of blue fentanyl pills concealed in a car on Sunday.  At the San Ysidro POE around 8PM on Sunday night, a K-9 unit encountered a “37-year-old man driving a 2008 sedan applying for admission into […]

  • The Complete Graphic History Of “Bitcoin Is A Bubble”
    by Tyler Durden on March 5, 2024 at 12:00 am

    The Complete Graphic History Of “Bitcoin Is A Bubble” Authored by Mark Jeftovic via BombThrower.com, Courtesy of Establishment Shills, Central Banksters… and goldbugs It’s that time again, when Bitcoin is about to embark on a string of fresh all-time highs, triggering the mainstream pundit class into public displays of denial and angst. Just in case you may think “It’s a bubble” and “Tulips, backed by nothing” is a […]

  • ‘Ever-More Opaque’ China Scraps Premier’s Briefing, Ending 30-Year Tradition
    by Tyler Durden on March 4, 2024 at 11:40 pm

    ‘Ever-More Opaque’ China Scraps Premier’s Briefing, Ending 30-Year Tradition Last summer, Chinese Prime Minister Li Qiang addressed a conference in Berlin and optimistically said: “When it rains hard, it gets muddy. But we must not bow our heads.” He added of the world’s second largest economy, “Keep your chin up! When the time comes, we will surely see a rainbow. The economy has a natural cycle, in China as well.” But Western […]

  • Israel’s Manpower Crisis Worsens As Wave Of Resignations Hits Army
    by Tyler Durden on March 4, 2024 at 11:20 pm

    Israel’s Manpower Crisis Worsens As Wave Of Resignations Hits Army Via The Cradle The Israeli Army Spokesperson’s Unit, led by Lt Col Daniel Hagari, has witnessed a large wave of resignations.  Among those who resigned are Hagari’s second in command, Colonel Butbol, as well Colonel Moran Katz and the army’s International Spokesman Lieutenant Richard Hecht. “A large number of officers recently announced their retirement from […]

  • US New-Home Listings Jump Most In Three Years
    by Tyler Durden on March 4, 2024 at 11:00 pm

    US New-Home Listings Jump Most In Three Years The 30-year fixed mortgage rate is edging closer to 7%, having stayed below 6.6% since May 2023. With mortgage rates remaining high, we ask this very simple question: Will the high rate environment deter homebuyers from listing their homes as the spring home-buying season fast approaches?  Let’s take a look at the latest inventory data from residential real estate brokerage Redfin, […]

  • One Bank Asks “Could A Central Bank Somewhere Be Buying Crypto Assets?”
    by Tyler Durden on March 4, 2024 at 10:40 pm

    One Bank Asks “Could A Central Bank Somewhere Be Buying Crypto Assets?” By Benjamin Picton of Rabobank We’re going to build a (tariff) wall… Crude oil prices spiked on Friday evening following news that OPEC+ and Russia will extend production cuts through to June of this year. Brent closed 2% higher at $83.55/bbl, which means that prices have now risen by more than $6/bbl since the start of the year. Gold also caught a bid on […]

  • Netanyahu Fuming Over Rival Cabinet Minister’s Rogue Trip To White House, Capitol Hill
    by Tyler Durden on March 4, 2024 at 10:20 pm

    Netanyahu Fuming Over Rival Cabinet Minister’s Rogue Trip To White House, Capitol Hill In a episode that underscores the tensions straining Israel’s wartime unity government, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is reportedly irate over a senior cabinet minister’s unauthorized trip to Washington this week to meet with US officials.  Benny Gantz, a relative centrist and one of Netanyahu’s principal political rivals, arrived in […]

  • Why “They” Are Still Running Nikki Haley
    by Tyler Durden on March 4, 2024 at 10:00 pm

    Why “They” Are Still Running Nikki Haley Authored by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog, “She’s so transparently weak and sort of ridiculous and doesn’t know anything, and just thinks that jumping up and down and making these absurd blanket statements, and repeating bumper stickers, is just like leadership. A self-confident advanced society would never allow Nikki Haley to advance.” – Tucker Carlson The most highly […]