Hawaiian Airlines CEO Mark Dunkerley, who will retire in March, says the carrier's new Airbus A321neos will allow it to expand into US markets that had been beyond its reach. "On both the cost and revenue sides of the equation, Hawaiian is going to be better positioned than any present or future competitors as a result," Dunkerley said.
Foresight is a highly valuable yet sometimes overlooked trait in employees. To develop this quality across your team, Khorus Software CEO Joel Trammell suggests seven questions to ask employees, beginning with whether goals will be achieved on time.
Air Canada and Air China announced this week that they will expand their partnership in time for the 2018 Canada-China Year of Tourism. The updated agreement goes into effect April 1.
For travelers looking for a festive holiday destination but hate wintry weather, Miami is a winner. Travelers can take in a performance of the ballet "The Nutcracker," greet Santa while touring Deering Estate's Holiday Wonderland and enjoy carnival rides and games at Santa's Enchanted Forest in the city's Tropical Park.
Gary Kelly, CEO of Southwest Airlines, discusses the airline's plans for the future, competition and how the Republican tax legislation would affect his company.
Silvercar, which only rents out Audi A4s, aims to double its operations next year and has been working to attract agents who serve discerning clients. The high-end car rental company will add its 18th airport location in Salt Lake City in January.
Hotels in Hawaii are providing cabana packages as a fancy experience for travelers who want to lounge around the pool all day or night. Cabana guests at The Ritz-Carlton Kapalua can enjoy the Wi-Fi while drinking sparkling wine, and families at the Wailea Beach Resort-Marriott receive a $50 food credit along with delicious snacks.
Low stress and high organization are keys to a productive day, according to productivity expert Audrey Thomas. By limiting interruptions, staying hydrated and turning off your phone hours before bedtime, you should be able to get more accomplished during the day.
Some agents will transition to fees next year, and those who already have say the fees weed out nonserious consumers and save time. "Even though I'd love to have more clients right now, I'd rather spend my energy on clients who know the value of working with me, versus clients who are questioning my fees," said Trenia Logan of Querencia Travel Consulting.
In this interview, Mark Wallace, UPS senior vice president for global engineering and sustainability, talks about topics including the technology the company is using, such as drones and 3D printers that allow it to produce parts for immediate shipment to companies where they are needed.