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DAILY BULLETIN
May 3, 2017
Airline executives grilled
at House hearing
Members of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee threatened to step up regulations if airlines don’t improve customer service on their own.
Norwegian Cruise Line
arrives in Havana
The line made its first call in Cuba in its 50-year history on Tuesday, as the 2,004-passenger Norwegian Sky arrived in Havana Harbor shortly after 7 a.m.
Hilton beats revenue expectations
Strong demand in Europe — particularly London, Italy and Greece — helped fuel the first-quarter surge.
U.S. tells Europe
travelers to be vigilant
The State Department issued an alert for summer travel to Europe, citing the continued threat of terrorist attacks.
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NYC landmarks
commission approves
Waldorf Astoria renovation
The city gave the OK to alter marquees, entrances, storefronts and porte cocheres so that they more closely resemble how they looked when the hotel opened in 1931.
The Perry is true to
Key West’s seafaring history
The boutique hotel on Stock Island blends sharp, rugged elements with warm, ocean-inspired touches.
European Waterways spends $450K to update barges
The company redesigned the salon, dining and bar areas of the L’Art de Vivre barge, which cruises the Canal du Nivernais in France’s Burgundy region.
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