New York

  • World’s longest nonstop flight to take off today

     Friday, October 18, 2019

    A plane and its passengers are going to test the physical and mental limits of long-haul aviation when Qantas operates the world’s longest nonstop flight from New York to Sydney today.   The 10,000 mile journey will be a kind …

  • Legoland’s biggest resort to open in New York next year

     Thursday, October 3, 2019

    The Legoland New York Resort will be opened on July 4, 2020. The resort will be operated by Merlin Entertainments. It will be the ninth Legoland’s property globally and third such property in the United States. Located in Goshen, it …

  • $150 million makeover on cards for New York’s Central Park

     Thursday, September 26, 2019

    New York’s Central Park is going to get a huge makeover worth $150 million. The makeover entails the development of a new ice skating rink and a boardwalk. The entire park is not going to be overhauled rather renovations will …

  • Emirates to start biometric boarding in US-bound flights

     Tuesday, September 24, 2019

    Emirates is going to become the first international airline to introduce biometric boarding on US-bound flights.     The US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) has recently approved the facial recognition boarding feature on flights to their 12 destinations in …

  • Saratoga Springs vying for bicycle-friendly tag

     Friday, September 20, 2019

                Saratoga Springs, a city in New York, is trying to become bicycle-friendly.     A part of the Henry Street in the Saratoga Springs is set to be made temporarily one-way southbound. This will …

  • Taj hotel to sell its assets as economy weakens

     Thursday, September 5, 2019

    The luxury hotel chain controlled by the Tata Group is looking to sell some assets and avoid owning new properties in an effort to further pare debt, as it braces for a slump in consumer spending.     Indian Hotels …

  • New York to witness growth in tourism despite hurdles

     Tuesday, August 20, 2019

    A long drawn trade war with China, signs of a looming recession in Europe and a strong American dollar that hurts the buying power of foreign tourists.   Generally, all of these forces should weigh against international tourism. But in …

  • New York, Chicago, Las Vegas are top meeting planner locations, 2019 DestinationMAP by STR

     Tuesday, August 13, 2019

    New York, Chicago and Las Vegas are the top North American markets that meeting planners intend to use in the next two years, according to 2019 DestinationMAP (Meeting Assessment Program) by STR. Other than New York (23 per cent), Chicago …

  • To promote tourism, Edmund Bartlett is all set to land in New York

     Tuesday, August 13, 2019

    This week, Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for the Caribbean island of Jamaica, is all prepared to meet face-to-face with partners at the United Nations to talk about various developments in the sector.   While in New York, he will …

  • Hirsch joins Six Senses New York

     Tuesday, June 25, 2019

    Dant Hirsch has been appointed as the general manager of Six Senses New York which is all set to open in 2020 and will be the group’s first North American property.     Hirsch holds more than 16-years of top-level …

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