Carnival Corp., operator of the Triumph cruise ship crippled by an engine fire last month, will fly guests home from the Caribbean island of St. Maarten, after a loss of elevator and restroom service aboard its Dream vessel.
Robin Burgess was enjoying the last full day of her cruise on Feb. 10 when she smelled smoke and saw passengers donning life jackets, her first inkling of the ordeal that was to follow aboard Carnival Corp.’s Triumph.
Closing almost half of U.S. air- traffic towers, as regulators plan if automatic budget cuts remain in place April 1, would put student, military, corporate and some commercial flights in the same airspace without eyes and ears to track them.
Ceske Aerolinie AS, the state-owned Czech airline, signed a three-year contract to provide charter flights with Blue Style travel agency worth more than 2 billion koruna ($110 million), CTK reported, citing the airline.
Subsidiaries of Truvo Luxemburg Sarl, a Belgium-based international publisher of directories, missed a June 1 interest payment on two issues of second-priority notes and filed a Chapter 11 petition early this morning in New York. Truvo has agreement for the holders of 778 million euros ($964 million) of first-priority senior debt to receive the new equity plus 600 million euros in new debt.