Travel Sector

HomeAway Files Lawsuit Against San Francisco Over ‘Airbnb law’ Saying it is Biased

HomeAway Files Lawsuit Against San Francisco Over ‘Airbnb law’ Saying it is BiasedOn Monday, the largest vacation home rental site of the country, HomeAway, filed a law suit against San F

Carnival Posts Better- Than- Expected Profits

Carnival Posts Better- Than- Expected Profits On Tuesday, Miami based Carnival Corp. & PLC announced considerably better-than-expected earning results for the third quarter. The cruise company attributed the good results to an elevated onboard spending along with a sturdy demand for cruises recently.

CASE Receives 437 Complaints since the Closure of Five Stars Tours on Wednesday

CASE Receives 437 Complaints since the Closure of Five Stars Tours on WednesdayOn Wednesday, Five Stars Tours company was closed for trade.  Since its closing, as many as 437 complaints have been received by the Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE).

Nearly, 29 clients are in search for compensation.  Also, a minimum of 200 claimants had purchased bus tickets to Malaysia.

Stena Alegra the Aratere’s ferry replacement set to make first voyage

Stena Alegra the Aratere’s ferry replacement set to make first voyageOn Monday, Spanish ferry Stena Alegra, a replacement for the crippled interisland ferry Aratere will begin its passenger service.

After Aratere lost a propeller during a Cook Strait crossing in November, the new ferry was ordered from Europe for the busy summer period.

At 5pm, on Monday The Stena Alegra will depart Wellington for Picton.

Kiwi Bankrupts travel overseas to Holiday Destinations

Kiwi Bankrupts travel overseas to Holiday DestinationsLeaving their debt worries behind a large number of Kiwi bankrupts are off to visit exotic destinations during the holiday season.

Destinations varying from Italy to Japan, Malaysia and the Middle East have been visited by bankrupts 6278 times on holidays or business trips during the past five years.

Federal Railroad Administration gives NY railway time Until Tuesday to analyze lines

Federal-Railroad-AdministrationThis week a speeding commuter train derailed, killing four people. To avoid such accidents in future the Metro-North Railroad has until Tuesday to identify places in its system with major speed changes under an order from federal transportation officials requiring an extra worker in the driver's cab on these routes.

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