Qantas has announced that it will launch nonstop flights between Melbourne and Dallas, complementing its existing flights between Sydney and Dallas.
KLM has announced that it will launch much-anticipated flights between Amsterdam and Austin, Texas.
United Airlines has announced that it will resume flights from Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport to Munich International Airport and Amsterdam’s Schiphol International Airport on 26th March 2022. Flights to Munich will be operated daily by a Boeing B767 aircraft while flights to Amsterdam will be operated daily by a Boeing B777 aircraft. Both the […]
Low cost carrier Frontier Airlines has announced the addition of Chicago Midway International Airport and Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport to its network. The airline will serve these two airports in addition to the already-served airports – Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Hyatt has announced the opening of Thompson Austin and tommie Austin. Situated within an esteemed mixed-use development from Magellan Development Group, Geolo Capital, BLG Capital Advisors, and Wanxiang America Real Estate Group, the two properties open as the latest lifestyle hotels from Hyatt. Both the properties are located at the intersection of 5th and San […]
Virgin Atlantic has announced the addition of Austin, Texas to its network. Austin will be the first new destination for the airline in the United States since 2015.
IHG has announced the opening of Hotel Indigo Spring-Woodlands Area in Texas, United States, thus expanding its boutique lifestyle offering in the southern U.S..
American Airlines has announced plans to open a new Admirals Club in Austin.
Singapore Airlines has announced that it will resume its Manchester-Houston route, which was its first-ever transatlantic route from the United Kingdom, in December 2021. This will be the first time that the flight will be operated since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Texas government has announced that British Airways will resume transatlantic service to London in October after a 17-month absence. The decision comes after the United States’ government announced that it would start welcoming international travellers from November 2021.