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JetBlue unveils plans for new Guyana service

JetBlue unveils plans for new Guyana service

JetBlue has announced it is expanding its large Latin America and Caribbean network with a new non-stop service between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Georgetown, Guyana’s Cheddi Jagan International Airport.

Bin Hussein to lead Andaz Dubai the Palm in Dubai

Bin Hussein to lead Andaz Dubai the Palm in Dubai

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No stranger to the Hyatt family, Kifah Bin Hussein brings 22 years’ experience working with the hotel group, having held roles in multiple management positions across a variety of properties in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Poland and Dubai.

easyJet prepares for busiest ever day

easyJet prepares for busiest ever day

easyJet is set to welcome over 332,000 passengers on Friday – making it the busiest day in the airline’s history. More than 1,972 flights are set to take off across the carrier’s network.

Moxy NYC East Village opens to first guests

Moxy NYC East Village opens to first guests

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Moxy NYC East Village opens today in the heart of the iconic East Village where rock ‘n’ roll, renegade art, LGBTQ+ activism, and generations of immigrants all merged to give birth to American counterculture.

Vodaphone brings 5G technology to Gatwick Airport

Vodaphone brings 5G technology to Gatwick Airport

Passengers at Gatwick Airport can now experience the faster speeds and greater reliability of 5G thanks to Vodafone. This means they can enjoy gaming on the go or quickly download a film or TV box set or transfer large work documents before they catch a flight.

Rodger handed global vice president role with Travelport

Rodger handed global vice president role with Travelport

Travelport has appointed Alistair Rodger to the role of global vice president, agency sales, Europe. Rodger has joined Travelport from Hotelbeds Group, a leading distributor of hotels and ancillaries to the travel trade, where he created and ran the retail division.