Northstar Travel Group yesterday announced it has acquired CAT Media, located in East Grinstead, England, outside London. CAT Media is a leading global multiplatform business-to-business marketing services, information and events business serving the meetings and incentive industry.
EHang announced today that it had performed the first passenger-carrying AAV demonstration flight at the 2019 Northeast Asia Expo, held from August 23-27 in the capital city of China's Jilin province, Changchun.
Leaders from IHG joined owners of the new Fresnillo location, Mexico-based Operadora MBA, as well as well as owners of other future avid hotels in Mexico, guests and elected officials to mark the brand's entrance into the market.
Company poised to grow in the all-inclusive segment by leveraging its Marriott Bonvoy travel program and iconic brands including The Ritz-Carlton and Westin Hotels & Resorts – Marriott International to manage five all-inclusive resorts with more than 2,000 rooms and owner investment of more than $800 million
Caesars Entertainment Corporation (NASDAQ: CZR) today announced that it has agreed to sell its South African property Emerald Resort & Casino to Peermont Hotels, Casinos and Resorts, a Johannesburg based hospitality and entertainment company for total proceeds of $49.0 million.
The two companies have entered into a franchise agreement that provides access to Enterprise's brands for visitors to Japan, as well as for Japanese residents traveling overseas.
Travel Tripper and Pegasus today announced that they are joining forces to deliver greater value and innovation to hotel groups worldwide. The combination is backed by a substantial investment from Accel-KKR, a leading technology-focused private equity firm.
Floridas Orlando Melbourne International Airport (MLB) envisions a unique Fly-In upscale hotel that features direct airfield access, water views, rooftop dining and more. An RFP was issued with a submission deadline of March 15, 2019.
ExpressJet Initiates Growth Plan for 25 New Embraer E175 Aircraft
Headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska, PenAir is a regional Part 121 airline operating passenger, freight, and charter flights to seven destinations in Southwest Alaska and the Aleutian and Pribilof Islands. JFLCO and Ravn were the prevailing bidders in a Section 363 bankruptcy auction for the assets of the company.