Airline collaboration needed

AIRLINES and cruise lines could collaborate more, particularly in product offering, according to a panel discussion at the World Routes conference in Las Vegas. Christine Duffy, CEO of Cruise Lines International Association, said they were looking to work with airlines whose products align with their members. The panel also examined the role of destinations in fly-cruise packages. Hugh Riley, CEO of the Caribbean Tourism Organisation, said managing the relationships between airlines, cruise ships and local communities was a “delicate choreography for destinations”. “The cruise lines get information from their guests ...
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