According to new reports, the Lotus Evora sports car is soon going to be offered for rent in many European destinations. This offering was made possible by Hertz who is bringing the car to these destinations. Hertz chose to bring this car to Europe after it had a very successful launch in Italy back in [...]

Well the good news for Tiger Airways is that its ban is finally about to end as of August 6. For those that do not remember, Tiger Airways has been unable to fly recently after the Civil Aviation Safety Authority placed a ban on the company over safety concerns. Now, as the ban gets ready [...]

Just recently, the 2011 North American Guest Satisfaction Index Study came out. Some may not find it surprising that Ritz-Carlton has been ranked the highest in the industry in terms of satisfaction. This is now the second year running that Ritz-Carlton finds itself at the top of this list. The president and chief operations officer [...]

Any hotel guests that find themselves staying in a Crowne Plaza hotel could find themselves getting a better night of sleep. This is because this international hotel chain is now offering “snore absorption” rooms. These new kinds of rooms are being introduced in 10 hotels in Europe and the Middle East. Also, six branches in [...]

FAA Partially Shuts Down As of Friday

Posted on: July 25th, 2011 Posted by Sharon Miller

Just recently, reports show that the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) has just partially shutdown as of last Friday. Apparently this took place after the agency’s operating authority expired. Two things are most definitely going to happen now. First of all, taxes on tickets are going to drop, and secondly, thousands of people are going to [...]

With the summer holiday in full swing, leading car hire comparator has launched a new campaign to help drivers avoid excess insurance charges. This new campaign should be able to help the estimated two million Brits who will be renting cars this summer save money. The new campaign is intended to help all travelers [...]