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Chart: Tourists are becoming immune to terrorist attacks

Terrorist attacks don’t just shake a city’s residents to the bone. They have become a force to reckon with for hotels, restaurants, and local attractions that rely on tourist traffic. 346 more words

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Marianna Hewitt, a 28-year-old lifestyle blogger, goes on an international trip about once a month. This spring, the Los Angeles resident spent five days at The Mulia Resort in Bali, Indonesia, where rooms range from around $400 to $1,000 per night. 1,040 more words


Elman Wall Charity Run - 9th July

On Thursday 9th July, six members of the Elman Wall Group will be running 5.6km through Battersea Park in a bid to raise funds for the… 110 more words

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OLSET Competed in the 2015 SF THack!

This past weekend, our amazing OLSET Dev. team participated the THackSFO this past weekend at San Francisco International Airport. The THackSFO hackathon consisted of 25 different teams and almost 100 participants, with one of the teams even being high school students! 241 more words

AirAsia is scrambling to reassure investors after its accounting practices were questioned

For years it seemed like AirAsia could do no wrong. Based in Kuala Lumpur, the low-cost carrier quickly grew from a two-plane startup in 2002 to a regional powerhouse that carried 50 million passengers last year. 261 more words

How Inclusive is the Travel Industry?

How Inclusive is our Industry?

Travel is often viewed as one of the more inclusive workforces, with high percentage of LGBT people and women employees across the sector. 780 more words


Renaissance of Lady Voyage: new improved project is about to show up

The most important thing in any sphere of life you choose is in making all the parts of the puzzle to look like they fit. As the genius Van Morrison once said. 295 more words

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