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Is Hawaiian Culture a Commodity to be horse traded through tourism?

Hawaii is again recording a record increase in visitor arrivals despite the ongoing pandemic, but Hawaii Tourism Chief Jon de Fries has additional worries. He sees the Hawaiian culture is once again reduced to a mere commodity, and is fighting the Hawaii State Senate for taking his control over the Transient Accommodation Tax. - eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News Online Read More
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Why Timeshares are dead

Timeshare used to be streets ahead of the rest of the travel industry," says Andrew Cooper - CEO of European Consumer Claims. "People were sick of arriving at hotels that were nothing like the glossy pictures from the brochure. Timeshare came along and offered to guarantee standards at exclusive clubs. It would cost more, but people were happy to pay. - eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News Online Read More
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How to bypass COVID-19 arrival lines in Honolulu and Maui

Hawaii's beaches and hotels are getting more lively again, of course with social distancing and mask requirements. One reason are new options for arriving airline passengers to bypass lengthy lines to clear COVID-19 checks and questions. United Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Alaska Airlines and Southwest Airlines are part of this scheme. - eTurboNews | Trends | Travel News Online Read More