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Si aprono a Chiavari i 14° Campionati di Scherma del Mediterraneo

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Si aprono a Chiavari i 14° Campionati di Scherma del Mediterraneo
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DOVE LA COMUNICAZIONE VOLA

Cresce l'interazione tra turismo e flight press

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Cresce l'interazione tra turismo e flight press

Cruise operators: Sailing into headwinds

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UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  The $9 trillion sale Fly Title:  Cruise operators Rubric:  Having overcome a string of disasters, big cruise lines face new competitors Main image:  A life on the ocean wave A life on the ocean wave FOR the cruise business, January and February, the “wave season”, are the busiest months for passengers booking their trips. So it was especially unfortunate when, on January 13th two years ago, the Costa Concordia, owned by a subsidiary of Carnival, the world’s biggest cruise line, sank off the coast of Italy, with the loss of 32 lives. The following month a fire on the Costa Allegra, owned by the same line, added to the bad publicity. The industry’s worst fears, of a collapse in cruise bookings, proved to be misplaced. Worldwide, cruise ships’ passenger numbers rose in 2012 and 2013, in spite of the accidents. And Carnival remained profitable, as did its two main rivals, Royal Caribbean International (RCL) and Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL). Revenues were hit, ...
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