Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd., Asia’s biggest international carrier, is considering adding charter flights from Hong Kong to Japan as the weakening yen spurs travel demand.
Capt. Craig Gatch’s 11-day schedule, traversing 36 time zones, caught up with him as he touched down in Baltimore on May 6, 2009, ferrying 168 U.S. soldiers home from Iraq.
Traveling in everything from battered camper vans to luxury cruise ships, Latin American soccer fans have converged on a World Cup like never before. They’re lifting up their teams in the process.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s push to weaken the yen is echoing through the duty-free shops and tourist sites of Korea where Japanese visitors spent about $4.5 billion last year.