“Cuba is the largest country in the Caribbean, so there’s some exciting possibilities,” said Roger Frizzell, spokesman for Carnival Corp. He said “some infrastructure for cruising already exists in the country,” although other issues “need to be taken into consideration if this market opens up.”
“Demand has dropped by 30 percent over the past decade because of the sinking cost of airline tickets,” Schulz told The Associated Press.
“No one wants to see the suites, because I see ‘em all the time,” he said he remembered thinking at the time. “What was I thinking?”
“It’s going to be six months or so before airlines are seeing lower fuel costs, and at that point consumers are likely to see a fall in travel costs,” Pearce told The Associated Press.
“The key is what happens at the counter,” said Philip Reed, senior consumer advice editor, at Edmunds.com. “Know they’re seeing you as someone who can be sold additional products.”
“If you’re late out of the driveway in the morning, you’re probably going to be a little bit late to work,” says Steve Hozdulick, Southwest’s senior director of operational performance. “You’re going to hit the two traffic lights that you never hit.”
“As the birthplace of the conservation movement, Walden Pond is an important natural landmark for the Commonwealth and nation,” Patrick said Monday. “These improvements are about good stewardship for this generation and the next.”
“‘Cause everybody loves ice cream,” said 17-year-old Cheyenne Nayokpuk when asked why anyone living 25 miles south of the Arctic Circle would want the cold treat.
“The students didn’t know a lot about the lava flow when they first got out here, and they had a lot of questions,” said Keaau Elementary Principal Keone Farias, the incoming complex area superintendent for Kau, Keaau and Pahoa schools.