Keyword: George D. Szigeti
It’s been a week of big personnel moves at major travel agencies. Here’s what you need to know.
The HTA board voted unanimously to terminate Szigeti’s contract “without cause.” He will remain on the job until October 31. Here’s the latest.
On Monday, Hawaii Governor David Ige again vouched to the traveling public that the Hawaiian Islands remain completely safe for tourism aside from a very small portion on Hawaii Island. Here's the latest on the travel situation.
The Hawaii Tourism Authority says no flights into airports anywhere in Hawaii are being impacted by the recent Kilauea volcano activity. Here's the latest.
Visitor spending to the Hawaiian Islands increased 10.1 percent compared to the first quarter of 2017, according to the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA). Find out more.
The Hawaii Tourism Authority is reporting that most of Kauai is open and welcoming travelers, with the only exception being the northernmost communities from Wainiha to Haena. Here's the latest.
The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau has released a preliminary report on what caused the false missile alert in Hawaii on January 13. Here’s an inside look.
On January 13, a false alert told residents a ballistic missile was headed for the state. Top travel agents and the Hawaii Tourism Authority discuss the latest on travel since the incident.
The president and CEO of the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) recently issued a statement regarding Saturday’s false alert about an inbound missile coming to Hawaii.
The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) announced that Randy Baldemor has notified the state agency that he will be resigning his position on March 2. Find out more.