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News: bmi expands Sixt car rental relationship

In a further development in the already existing partnership with car hire company Sixt, bmi has launched a new chauffeur driven car service.  myDriver is the latest innovation from the airline as it moves towards offering an enhanced, integrated, comprehensive travel solution for its customers. Commenting on the launch, bmi chief commercial officer, Jochen Schnadt, said: “bmi is focusing on developing a product that offers the complete ‘travel’ package to our business and leisure customers.  “They are already enjoying the benefits of booking car hire and accommodation through our partner…

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Focus: Los Angeles Charter Bus Company expands to three additional locations, launches new site

Los Angeles Charter Bus Company, a motorcoach operator based in downtown Los Angeles, California, has expanded its charter bus rental services to three additional locations: Long Beach, Thousand Oaks, and Santa Monica, California. Founded in 2012, Los Angeles Charter Bus Company is a relatively new entrant to the motorcoach industry. Using advanced API technology to access available buses all over the Los Angeles area, the company has effectively streamlined the booking, tracking, and fleet-management process and has completed thousands of in-state and out-of-state trips. Reservation agents can provide instant quotes…

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News: Hilton Fuzhou expands company presence in Asia

Hilton Fuzhou expands company presence in Asia Visitors to the rapidly expanding city of Fuzhou now have access to some of the most striking views in the city with the opening of Hilton Fuzhou. The coastal city’s second Hilton property, Hilton Fuzhou occupies levels one, four and 39-55 of the iconic Sandi Lianbang Building and is conveniently located in the thriving Jiangbin region, near the Fuzhou International Finance Centre and Wanglongtai Park.  “Fuzhou is one of China’s fastest growing cities, attracting large numbers of business and leisure travellers with its…

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Focus: RVshare Expands Service To Canada Through P2P Partnership With RVezy

Today RVshare announces its peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace is expanding to Canada with insurance, a dedicated Canadian partner, and bilingual support. While RVshare, the largest and most visited RV rental platform in the U.S., has taken its time entering the Canadian market, CEO Joel Clark explains it is with good reason: “We knew there was no way we could responsibly launch in Canada without a dedicated team and bilingual customer support.” “After doing our due diligence on the Canadian RV rental market and taking the time to really understand what…

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News: Corinthia Hotels expands into Brussels, capital of Europe

Work is underway to turn a part-listed, trophy property that has stood vacant for ten years into the Corinthia Grand Hotel Astoria, injecting true five-star glamour back into the city. Acquired in May 2016, what was the Hotel Astoria in Brussels will now be fully refurbished as the city’s leading luxury hotel. It is due to open toward the end of 2019. The Corinthia Grand Hotel Astoria will comprise 126 bedrooms including 36 suites, as well as a grand ballroom (restored from the original, pictured), meeting rooms, several dining venues…

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US expands travel ban to include N Korea

The United States has expanded its controversial travel ban to include people from North Korea, Venezuela and Chad. The White House said the restrictions follow a review of information sharing by foreign governments. Donald Trump issued a presidential proclamation late on Sunday. “Making America safe is my number one priority. We will not admit those into our country we cannot safely vet,” Mr Trump said. Let’s block ads! (Why?) BBC News – Home

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Sanders bill expands Medicare for all

Americans would get health coverage simply by showing a new government-issued card and would no longer owe out-of-pocket expenses like deductibles, according to legislation Sen. Bernie Sanders released Wednesday charting a stem-to-stern reshaping of the country’s health care system. But the Vermont independent’s description of his measure omitted specifics about how much it would cost and final decisions about how he would pay for it. Sanders was releasing his bill the same day Republican senators were rolling out details of a last-ditch effort to repeal and replace President Barack Obama’s…

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