Travel Sector

Even after System is Restored Southwest Airlines Flights Face Delays

Southwest Airlines

Southwest airline faced a computer router failure on Wednesday which caused a breakdown in several technology systems resulting in delays and cancelled flights on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Later on Friday, the company said those systems were fully restored.

Fathom Cruise Brand’s Adonia Continues its Journey to Cuba after “Electrical Difficulty”

Fathom Cruise Brand’s Adonia Continues its Journey to Cuba after “Electrical Dif

Fathom's cruise ship Adonia which was launched in May impresses several of its passengers. It travels through the Caribbean waters in weekly journeys alternatively to the Dominican Republic and Cuba.

Reportedly Boeing Plans to Trim 8,000 Jobs to Stay Competitive

Reportedly Boeing Plans to Trim 8,000 Jobs to Stay Competitive

On Wednesday, Boeing said it plans to trim approximately 4,000 jobs in its commercial airplanes division by this year's middle and an added 550 jobs in one of its flight and lab testing units.

Reports Surface, Virgin America Inc. Might have Potential Buyers

Reports Surface, Virgin America Inc. Might have Potential Buyers

Reportedly, two carriers are hoping to acquire Burlingame, California based Virgin America Inc. The airline launched its service in August 2007 and went public on November 14, 2014. At that time the company's stock increased greater than thirty percent.

Carnival Corporation Gains Approval to Sail Cruise Ship from Miami to Cuba

Carnival Corporation Gains Approval to Sail Cruise Ship from Miami to Cuba

In an event that can be called historic, for the first time in fifty years a cruise ship has gained permission to travel from the United States to Cuba. On Monday, Carnival Corporation got approval to sail from Miami into Havana port in May.

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