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4/25/2017

Norwegian Cruise Lines is adding the Tony Award-winning Broadway show "Jersey Boys" to its lineup of entertainment on the Norwegian Bliss, which is scheduled to launch next year. The ship will also feature a Cuban-themed musical show, along with venues offered on Norwegian's other ships, such as the Cavern Club.

4/25/2017

Two new mobile apps from Facebook open vast opportunities for hotel marketing. Facebook Events and Facebook Recommendations allow wide dissemination of hotel offerings, as well as interaction with current and potential guests.

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Facebook, social media
4/25/2017

Alaska Airlines has long been committed to leveraging data in its operations, a strategy that has helped the airline become a leader on-time performance. The company plans to bring this practice to Virgin America.

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Alaska Airlines, Virgin America
4/25/2017

Four Seasons Hotel New York General Manager Mehdi Eftekari says the most popular treatments at the hotel's L. Raphael Beauty Spa are its Four Hands massage and its Perfection anti-aging facial with vitamins and antioxidants. The 3,800-square-foot spa features 10 treatment rooms, a hair salon, nail stations and men's and women's locker rooms equipped with saunas.

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Four Seasons Hotel New York
4/25/2017

This year, editors of top consumer travel publications focused their attention on a wide variety of industry topics, including the impact of politics and technology, plus new industry trends. Read more.

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travelweekly.com
4/25/2017

Amadeus Travel Payments has joined with US Bank to make its virtual card payment service, B2B Wallet, available to US agencies. Agencies can pay for rail, car rentals, accommodations and flights with a prepaid MasterCard or credit line.

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Amadeus, US Bank
4/25/2017

Granada, Spain, which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a hot spot for history, culture and the culinary arts. Wine tourism is a great option for visitors, since the historic city has more than 60 wine producers and its mild climate makes winery visits viable any time of the year.

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TravelAge West
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UNESCO World Heritage Site
4/25/2017

Many times, people's careers stall because they set themselves up for failure by falling into career-ending traps, Mike Marchev writes. Common pitfalls include being afraid to make mistakes, daydreaming and playing it too safe when it comes to setting goals.

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Mike Marchev
4/25/2017

When mistakes are made in a business, criticism often goes public quickly and this can present a valuable opportunity for the business, Kenneth Shapiro writes. Learn from the mistakes of others, be honest with clients and address any complaints or issues in a timely and realistic manner.

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TravelAge West
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Kenneth Shapiro
4/25/2017

Tom Nealon, Southwest Airlines' former chief information officer, has returned to the airline in the role of president. "Our vision is to be the world's most loved, most flown, most profitable airline and that's a pretty bodacious vision," Nealon said.

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