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DAILY BULLETIN
May 25, 2017
Cheap pond hoppers: The
impact of low-cost carriers
In just two short years, low-cost and ultralow-cost carriers have managed to grab significant shares in the transatlantic market. But can the lower-priced fares last?
Holland America Line to start Cuba cruises in December
HAL will start with a 12-day holiday cruise from Fort Lauderdale that will visit Havana and Cienfuegos. It also plans a total of nine 7-day cruises.
Iger, Cameron dedicate Pandora at Disney World’s Animal Kingdom
A ceremony featured drummers, standard bearers and singers dressed in the fashion of the characters from the movie “Avatar."
Britain steps up
security at tourist sites
The U.K. has concerns that Salman Abedi, the bomber who killed 22 people and wounded scores at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday, may have accomplices who are planning another deadly attack.
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LEGAL BRIEFS
California law proves complex, pricey for out-of-state sellers
Q: I heard that it is now harder and more expensive to register as a California Seller of Travel. Is that correct? 
Inbound U.S. leisure travel slumping, Foursquare data show
The decline began in October when market share fell by 6% and reached its low point in March, falling 16%.
Renovated cruise terminal reopens in Seattle
Funding for the $30 million project was split equally with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, the priority tenant.
Delta customers get
upgrade flexibility
Under a new policy, customers who have a ticket can purchase upgrades for any segment of an itinerary.
FAA orders airlines to
replace seats on some jets
The agency said that the seats, made by Zodiac Seats California LLC, may cause serious injury to the occupant during forward impacts.
Delta and Aeromexico
launching five new routes
Among them are Atlanta-Merida, Seattle-Mexico City and Portland-Mexico City.
Expedia adds Cuba hotels
Expedia.com lists 482 hotels in Cuba in 12 cities, with Havana topping the list with 123.
Windstar creates 20
new Europe itineraries
Among the new voyages are a cruise to the remote Faroe, Shetland and Orkney islands in the North Atlantic and a roundtrip from Copenhagen to the Norwegian fjords.
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