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HBAA – SilverDoor named in 2015 Best Companies list

The world’s leading serviced apartment agent, SilverDoor, has been named in The Sunday Times Top 100 Best Small Companies to Work For 2015.

The London-based company has also been awarded three star accreditation, the highest rating available, which is given to companies with ‘extraordinary’ levels of engagement. 26 more words

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Heathrow brings business to Colombia

A successful trade mission to Colombia, South America’s fastest growing economy and an exciting export market for British business, drew to a close yesterday.

The mission was led by former government minister, Kenneth Clarke MP, in conjunction with London Chamber of Commerce (LCCI) and sponsored by Heathrow. 67 more words

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Delta Plans Daily Flights to Seattle Next Season

Delta Air Lines, which this winter is operating a weekly round-trip flight on Saturdays between Tucson and Seattle, will increase that to daily service next winter. 36 more words

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Why annual profit slipped by 10% for Heathrow in 2014 despite being the busiest year?

As the time for decision approaches, Heathrow Airport is making its case clear for expansion plans. The west London airport announced a 10% fall in annual operational profit although it served a record number of passengers in 2014. 43 more words

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Tampa International Airport ranked No. 2 in North America, No. 5 in world for customer satisfaction

Tampa International Airport ranked No. 2 in North America, No. 5 in world for Airports Council International this week named Tampa International Airport North America’s second-best airport, according to its annual Airport Service Quality Awards. 22 more words

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Akron-Canton Airport Launches CAK FareAware™

Looking for low fares and awesome air travel deals? Then look no further than the new CAK FareAware™ – an exclusive email alert designed to save Customers time and money when booking a flight. 18 more words

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Melbourne Airport’s January Passenger Traffic Results

Melbourne Airport achieved 5 per cent international growth in January compared to the same period last year, to reach 793,322 international passengers.

Melbourne Airport CEO, Mr Chris Woodruff, said it was yet another record breaking month.

Source: Travelandtourworld.

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