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04/18/2015

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Astor Hotel Saint-Honoré to join Curio

04/18/2015

News »  Published: 17/04/2015 - Filed under: News » Hilton Worldwide is adding the Astor Hotel Saint-Honoré in Paris to its Curio brand. Currently owned by Maranatha Group, the property will join the Curio portfolio in 2016 once a refurbishment has taken place. Located in the French capital's eighth arrondissement, the six-storey building will have 128 guestrooms and suites. Last month, Hilton announced it will add Reichshof Hamburg and Rumeli Han Istanbul to its Curio portfolio in 2015 and 2017 respectively (see news, March 3). Hilton senior vice president Patrick Fitzgibbon said: "Having announced our first two hotels in Europe earlier this month, Curio is gaining momentum with an exceptional addition in the heart of Paris' international fashion district. "Independently owned and operated, the Astor Hotel will gain superior customer… Read More


United to bring in new economy menu

04/18/2015

News »  Published: 17/04/2015 - Filed under: News » United Airlines is introducing a new inflight menu for economy passengers featuring larger portions and complimentary beer and wine. The carrier will launch the new menu on June 1 on its transatlantic flights; "most" transpacific flights; and on services between the US and Argentina, Brazil and Chile. There will also be the facility to buy "premium snacks" through the "Choice Menu Snack Shop", currently only available on United's North and Central America flights scheduled for more than two hours, flights to and from northern South America and the service between Honolulu and Guam. Economy passengers will receive a three-course meal starting with a drink and "snack of cheese and crackers, baked whole-grain bruschetta chips or Kiri cheese spread and crackers", followed… Read More


BA offers free Club World upgrade to First

04/18/2015

News »  Published: 17/04/2015 - Filed under: News » British Airways is offering Club World passengers a free one-way upgrade to first class. The promotion is available on one leg of any eligible route, namely those that have a first class service, and is subject to availability. Outbound travel must be between April 13 and August 30 and inbound travel must be completed by September 6. There is no limit on the number of journeys that can be taken. The one-way upgrade includes all first class perks, such as using the dedicated first class check-in area at Heathrow Terminal 5 and a baggage allowance of up to three 32kg bags. Stephen Humphreys, BA's head of UK&I sales and marketing, said: "By enabling Club customers to get free upgrades we are rewarding… Read More


Etihad CEO: Legacy airlines want to ‘pull up the ladder’

03/28/2015

News »  Published: 26/03/2015 - Filed under: News » Etihad Airways CEO James Hogan has warned against "the dark clouds of protectionism" ending the open skies agreements in place around the world. The Australian chief executive was specifically referring to legacy carriers American Airlines, Delta, United, Air France/KLM and Lufthansa. Earlier this month, the three US airlines jointly complained that Gulf carriers Etihad, Emirates and Qatar Airways have received $42 billion in subsidies from their governments since 2004, making a level playing field impossible. But Hogan today said that the net result is "more consumers are getting the benefits of competitive choice". Speaking at an industry event in London, he said: "Investing in success is not a crime; blocking competition would be. The dark clouds of protectionism are gathering over… Read More


Norwegian to change crew cockpit procedure

03/28/2015

News »  Published: 26/03/2015 - Filed under: News » Norwegian is changing its regulations to ensure there are always two crew members present in the cockpit, it was announced today. The low-cost carrier is the first airline to instigate a change in procedure following Tuesday's tragedy that saw a Germanwings A320 aircraft crash in the French Alps, killing all 150 people on-board (see news, March 24). After examining one of the plane's flight recorders, French prosecutors today said it is likely that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz locked his captain out of the cockpit and deliberately downed the aircraft. In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks, all US airlines must have at least two crew members present in the cockpit at all times. The same law does not apply in… Read More


Mayor blocks London City airport expansion

03/28/2015

News »  Published: 27/03/2015 - Filed under: News » Plans for a £200 million expansion at London City airport have been blocked by Mayor Boris Johnson. Last month, Newham Council gave the goahead to an extended terminal, a new taxi-way and additional parking stands for larger aircraft at the airport in east London (see news, February 5). This would have allowed the airport to operate up to 111,000 annual flights, up from 70,000 currently. LCY said the new capacity would help "ease the pressure" on existing airport infrastructure in London and the UK. However, yesterday Mr Johnson ordered the council to veto the application on the grounds of an "unacceptable" increase in noise that would "blight the lives of thousands of people". A spokesman for the mayor said Mr Johnson… Read More


US flight attendants accuse Gulf airlines of ‘abhorrent’ labour standards

03/28/2015

News »  Published: 27/03/2015 - Filed under: News » Several unions representing US flight attendants have drafted a letter to the US Travel Association, questioning its continued support for Gulf airlines. The letter accuses Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways of having an "abhorrent labour standard". It was signed by the union presidents of the Association of Flight Attendants, the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, the Communications Workers of America, and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. On the attack: Following Emirates' announcement this week that it is launching a service to Orlando, Americans for Fair Skies published the above on Facebook The letter said: "These carriers require their female employees to obtain permission before getting married or pregnant, and ban lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people from employment." It goes… Read More


IHG to open fourth Crowne Plaza in New York

03/28/2015

News »  Published: 27/03/2015 - Filed under: News » Intercontinental Hotels Group will open a Crowne Plaza property in midtown New York City in 2017. The 251-room new-build will be located on West 36th Street in Manhattan's Garment District. It will feature an 80-foot glass atrium at the entrance, flexible meeting space, a fitness centre and a restaurant/bar. The hotel will be the brand's fourth in New York City, where there are two Crowne Plazas in Times Square and one at JFK airport. Joel Eisemann, IHG's chief development officer, The Americas, said: "We are enthused to be adding a new Crowne Plaza hotel to our New York City portfolio. This is a thriving market for hotel development and among the top destinations in the world for business and leisure travelers."… Read More


Ethiopian to keep B787 on Vienna and Stockholm routes

03/28/2015

News »  Published: 27/03/2015 - Filed under: News » Ethiopian Airlines has decided to permanently roster B787-8 Dreamliners on to its Vienna and Stockholm routes. The national carrier currently flies the Boeing aircraft on its ET724/725 Addis Ababa-Vienna-Stockholm and ET714/715 Addis Ababa-Stockholm services. These B787 operations were scheduled to end on May 1 and switch to B757 and B767 aircraft. But now both routes will continue to be served by Dreamliners, reports airlineroute.net. Outbound service ET724 departs Addis Ababa at 0015 and arrives in Vienna at 0550, before taking-off again at 0650 and landing in Stockholm at 0920. Return service ET725 leaves Stockholm at 1950, arrives in Vienna at 2220, takes off again at 2320 and lands in Addis Ababa at 0650 the next day. Outbound service ET714 departs Addis… Read More


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