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25. Delta Hoping to Serve Havana, Cuba from Four U.S. Cities
Delta Air Lines has filed an application with the U.S. government to operate non-stop flights to Cuba from four key cities in the United States. Delta is looking for approval to serve Havana with daily flights from its hubs in Atlanta and New York's JFK International Airport as well as from Miami and Orlando.
26. Alaska Airlines to Launch New Routes
Alaska Airlines will launch new nonstop services between Seattle and San Antonio, Texas, starting 17 September, and from San Diego to Orlando, Florida, from 11 October, 2012. The San Antonio services will depart Seattle at 12:30 daily, arriving in San Antonio at 18:35. Flights to Seattle will depart San Antonio at 19:25 daily, and arrive in Seattle at 21:55.
27. United Airlines to Operate 91% of Domestic Capacity in December
United Airlines will fly its biggest domestic schedule since the start of the pandemic to meet the expected surge in holiday travel, with an emphasis on connecting the Midwest to warm weather cities like Las Vegas and Orlando, as well as offering nearly 70 daily flights to ski destinations, including new service between Orange County and Aspen. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 8
28. Six Weeks, Six New Westin Hotels
Six Weeks, Six New Westin Hotels. Starwood will open six new Westin hotels over the remaining six weeks of the year. The new Westins will include locations in India: The Westin Hyderabad Mindspace, The Westin Mumbai Garden City and The Westin Pune Koregaon Park; China: The Westin Tianjin; and the United States: The Westin Washington Dulles Airport and The Westin Lake Mary, Orlando
29. Virgin Atlantic Takes Delivery of New Airbus A330-300
Virgin Atlantic Takes Delivery of New Airbus A330-300. The inaugural passenger flight between Manchester and Orlando, USA, is part of Virgin Atlantics commitment to invest in todays greenest aircraft and to strengthen services from the UK to the US East Coast, East and West Africa, the Middle East and India. The aircraft is the first to be delivered from the ten A330-300s ordered
30. Continental Airlines Achieves CUPPS Certification
Continental Airlines Achieves CUPPS Certification. Continental Airlines has become one of the first US airlines to enter the modern era of passenger processing by achieving CUPPS (Common Use Passenger Processing Systems) certification following exhaustive testing at Orlando International Airport, 25 years after the worlds first ever common-use or shared check-in systems debuted in
31. Travelport Sponsors Just Do It! 2.0 Mini-Hackathon
Travelport is sponsoring the Just Do It! 2.0 Mini-Hackathon on the OpenTravel 2.0 object model solution at the OpenTravel Alliance Advisory Forum on 18 May 2016 at Disneys Coronado Springs Resort, Orlando, Florida. The mini-hackathon will involve groups of software developers, computer programmers and technical experts coming together in one location to intensively collaborate on
32. STR Reports US Hotel Pipeline for February 2012
Among the Top 10 markets by rooms in the In Construction phase, New York, New York, reported the most rooms under construction with 7,296, a 17.2% increase over February 2011. Orlando, Florida, followed New York with 3,265 rooms under construction, a 29.7% increase over last year, followed by Washington, D.C. (-20.0% with 2,618 rooms); Chicago, Illinois (+100.6% with 1,392 rooms);

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