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    A coalition of organizations representing the travel, tourism, airport and airline industries as well as the traveling public are joining forces, urging leaders in the House and Senate to not divert $9.2 billion collected for aviation security, to pay for the highway trust fund or any other purpose not related to air travel.
    Carnival plc announced today that Anthony (Tony) Kaufman has been promoted to the new position of executive vice president, international operations for the Princess Cruises brand. In addition to his continued leadership for the line's Asia operations, he will now oversee the business in Australia, the United Kingdom and Europe.
    The Company flew 9.2 billion revenue passenger miles (RPMs) in September 2015, an 11.4 percent increase from the 8.3 billion RPMs flown in September 2014. Available seat miles (ASMs) increased 8.4 percent to 11.1 billion in September 2015, compared with the September 2014 level of 10.3 billion.
    The Company now expects its costs per available seat mile (ASM) excluding fuel for the quarter ending September 30, 2015 to improve relative to prior guidance.
    Yesterday Business Research & Economic Advisors (BREA) launched its analysis of spending related to cruise tourism and its impact on destinations' economies. The triennial study engaged by the FCCA included a record 35 participating destinations throughout the Caribbean, Mexico and Central and South America.
    The just completed successful Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum (CHIEF) taking place in Puerto Rico has emerged as a milestone setting the tone for a new era for the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association (CHTA), according the CHTA President Emil Lee.
    In September, Finnair's overall capacity measured in Available Passenger Kilometres grew by 2.5 per cent and traffic measured in Revenue Passenger Kilometres grew by 4.4 per cent year-on-year. The passenger load factor increased by 1.4%-points to 81.6 per cent.
    During September 2015, total terminal passengers increased 22.5% in the 12 Mexico-based airports compared to the same period of the previous year; traffic through the Montego Bay airport rose 9.0% during the same period.
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