Carnival debuts exclusive excursions, Heathrow cancels flights, new translation app

Carnival debuts exclusive excursions program Carnival Cruise Lines is improving its shore excursion programs by adding some excursions that are exclusive to the Carnival brand. The Only on Carnival tour options are available in Cozumel, Mexico; Ocho Rios, Jamaica; and St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. An example is the Photo Safari & Beach Expedition in […]

Delta pilots reject contract, US Airways name will be gone in October, fly with marijuana in Oregon

Delta pilots reject tentative contract Delta pilots have rejected a tentative contract agreement. This puts the deal and the airline adding aircraft to their fleet in jeopardy. Nearly 7,000, or 65 percent, of voting pilots rejected the contract, according to Delta’s Master Executive Council, part of the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA). Around 97 percent […]

Flights disrupted in Toronto, AA discontinues first class to London, lessons learned from UPS 1354

Dispute disrupts flights at Toronto Airport A disruption by personnel that fueled airplanes caused delays at Toronto Pearson airport just as the Pan American games are scheduled to start on July 10. By 1:20 pm, [the airport’s] website showed 45 canceled departures and more than 70 delays affecting a range of airlines. It was not […]