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The Gary Sinise Foundation took control of theSnowball Express–an annual event where thousands of children of service members who are killed in combat are given an all expenses paid vacation to Disney World.
According to the Carnival Cruise Line website, they are increasing automatic gratuities on drinks (both alcohol and non-alcohol) from 15% to 18%.
1.5% will go to the Carnival server and the remaining 1.5% will go into a pool to fund Carnival expenses
The letter dated November 29, 2018 reads,
“We are pleased to announce effective on sailings starting on or after December 1st, the automatic gratuity added to the guests’ check for all beverage sales and a la carte dining outlets will increase from 15% to 18%. In addition the extra tip line will remain on all the guests’ checks. This enables our guests to add any additional extra gratuity they deem appropriate. This increase will reflect your first paycheck of December 2018.
From this 3% increase, 1.5% will go to server and remaining 1.5% will go into the ASP pool. As you know the ASP pool funds employee compensation and benefit programs that you receive; including bar level pay, itinerary stipend pay, as well as free uniform and return airline tickets.
Our Bartenders and Bar Waiters lead the cruise industry in compensation. This is a result on everyone’s hard work and efforts to increase overall bar sales as well as the success of the Working Smarter program. As we look forward to 2019, we expect this trend to continue and this will ensure that Carnival Cruise Line remains the employer of choice.
As you know the Beverage Team plays a vital role in creating Fun Memorable Vacations for our guests. I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your Positive Attitude and for the Pride you show in our company.”
Frontier Flight 260 was bound for Tampa, Florida was diverted back to Las Vegas to make an emergency landing following an “engine malfunction.”
Frontier Airlines released the following statement:
“During takeoff on Frontier flight 260 from Las Vegas to Tampa this morning, a section of an engine cover called a cowling came loose and separated from the aircraft. Our pilots followed procedure and immediately returned to the airport. The engine continued to operate normally and the aircraft, an Airbus 320, landed safely. Safety is our top priority at Frontier Airlines and we would like to acknowledge the professionalism of our pilots and flight attendants. We are working to get our passengers to their destinations as quickly as possible.”
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Call it the most unusual new feature to debut this year on a cruise ship.
Celebrity Edge, the new Celebrity Cruises vessel being unveiled this week in Florida, boasts a first-of-its-kind, 90-ton passenger platform hanging over its side that serves a range of functions as it moves up and down the ship.