The company that manages tour operators Boscolo is owned by a Canadian firm, and that firm is run by the same former tour operator who is also the CEO of the company that owns tour operators Atlas Airline.
That’s because Atlas Airlines’ parent company is Atlas Air, and its chairman, Bill Gates, is a Boscolo investor.
So, while Boscolo might not have the same level of management, it’s possible to find someone at Boscolo who has the experience and background to be the top person in charge of the airline.
It’s also possible to look at Bosco’s history, and Boscolo’s current operations in Colombia, to determine who the top guy at the company is.
It also means that, if you want to see who the next tour operator is, look at the names on the bottom of the list.
This article was produced by The American Conservatives and the Institute for Policy Studies, and the Investigative Fund at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
The views expressed in this column are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Carnegie Corporation for Ethics.
Chile’s operator of the Olympic and Paralympic Games has accused a tour operator of failing the country’s budget, saying it spent $1.3 million on travel and accommodation for the countrys tourism delegation to Rio de Janeiro.
Celso Amadero said the tour operator didn’t provide a written account of the expenses to the Chilean government.
The statement by Amaderos Tour Operators Association (ATPA) came as the country faces an acute shortage of hotels in Rio de Paulo.
The Rio Olympic and Paraplegic Organizing Committee (ROPOC) says it has no accommodation capacity and is currently working on a solution, but some hotels are not even operating due to poor conditions.
Rio’s Rio Olympic Committee (CONF) says hotels in the city are at capacity, but that it is trying to find solutions for hotel vacancies and has a contingency plan for hotels in other areas of the city.
Meanwhile, the state-run tour operator has also accused the CONF of “stifling its right to conduct business”.
Amadero’s statement on Tuesday also cited a report by the U.S. government’s Congressional Research Service (CRS) that claimed the CONG is trying, with “a lot of political pressure” to stop the tour operators from performing their duties.
Amaderos said the CONC had told the tour company it would “take legal action” against the tour provider if it did not comply with the rules governing the company.