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The family-owned farm has operated since 1989 and specializes in 100% Kona coffee.
Starting Dec. 19, the low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines will offer flights from Honolulu to Osaka with connecting service to Singapore and back.
Thomas Dante Foti spent the previous two years in the same position at the Wailea Beach Resort.
Here's a look at the dining options new to the shopping center in 2017.
The program, called Forces to Flyers, is slated to begin as commercial airlines in the U.S. face a growing pilot shortage.
The company will add its first Latin America-based itinerary in 2019 when it will join its International Intrigue and Timeless Encounters programs.
Under a new arrangement that IAG has negotiated with Amadeus and Sabre, selected companies aren't subject to the $10 per one-way GDS surcharge that the IAG airlines British Airways and Iberia implemented on Nov. 1.
It will be the first nonstop route between the cities.
Motorcoach tours that include national parks could become cost-prohibitive.
When clients find themselves in a crisis situation in the course of their travels, three "f-words" are key to remember, according to Sally Black: fast, factual and fluid.
Speaking to travel agents at Travel Weekly's CruiseWorld, CEO Arnold Donald said the technology is so transformational that Carnival Corp. doesn't want to create future shock for past passengers.
Senior cruise executives, meanwhile, discussed their companies' extensive efforts to assist in the Caribbean post-hurricanes.
The Andaz is part of the Duo project near the city's central business district.
The buzzing trade show floor was filled with agents, both veteran and new, chatting with suppliers and partaking in games and activities arranged throughout the space.
A new addition to CruiseWorld's programming this year: TW Talks, eight-minute presentations from industry leaders.
The rate starts at $8,000 per night during the high season.
Tula Pier is in the Otrabanda area west of St. Anna Bay.
CDC warns pregnant women that Zika risk still exists 277012 0 263565 Many of the countries in the Caribbean region are still at risk for Zika, according to the latest warning from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Pregnant women are urged to avoid tra
Travel suppliers should step up and turn away these companies that prey on the industry.
AAA says Thanksgiving travel will be up 3.3% this year.