Inside the cruise ship industry: How cruise ships are being used for profit and how cruise lines are paying for it

The cruise ship business is booming.

The industry is expected to grow to $9.3 billion in 2020, according to industry estimates.

But as the ship industry has grown, so has its cost, according for instance to the International Cruise Line Association, which represents cruise line operators.

That has led to an ever-expanding range of cruises.

While a few cruise lines offer discounts on specific dates, the vast majority offer discounts across the board.

Cruises, after all, are about getting people out of the city, rather than finding a beach.

But cruises are also about making money.

“They’re being used as a vehicle for profit,” says Chris Kappel, CEO of the travel site Expedia.com.

“And so you have the cruise lines, you have these airlines, you’ve got the cruise ships, and then you’ve had cruise ships and then the airlines flying them.”

The industry has come a long way since the 1970s, when the world was still divided into warring nations.

In the early ’80s, the industry’s main competitor, the United States Air Force, was at war with Iran.

At the same time, the airline industry was trying to grow.

It had a large base of loyal customers in the U.S. and Canada.

In 1990, the Air Force purchased the American Airlines group, which included American Airlines, Delta, Southwest and United.

The deal was a boon for the industry, which benefited from a strong presence in those countries.

But by 1995, the Reagan administration had become a harsh critic of American’s role in the war in the Middle East.

“The Air Force has been in the air since the end of World War II,” says Mark Gurney, senior vice president for regulatory affairs at the National Association of Airline Pilots.

“So they were deeply concerned that the Air Guard would continue to have access to a large portion of the U:S.

market.”

In 1996, American and the Air National Guard signed an agreement to merge their respective operations, a move that led to a merger of the Air Forces and Air National Guards.

In a 1999 acquisition, the U of A bought out American Airlines for $3.5 billion.

Since then, American has been a dominant player in the industry.

The company also owns, operates and operates dozens of airlines in the United Kingdom, Spain, France, the Netherlands and Germany.

It also operates more than 100 cruise ships in the Mediterranean.

American has also been the biggest buyer of U.K. passenger jets, with planes bought from its Air France group, its Delta Air Lines and its Air New Zealand group.

And in 2011, American sold off the U-2 spy plane program to Lockheed Martin.

The Air Force bought the American-operated 737 MAX to expand the military’s presence in the region.

But American also has an interest in diversifying the cruise industry, and in doing so, is looking to the cruise market as a way to do so.

“Cruise ships are a great way to diversify the U., which is one of our largest customers,” says Kappels CEO.

“But cruises have also been used by airlines and other airlines for a lot of other things, so the cruise business is a really valuable way to generate revenue.”

And because of this, Kappelson says, cruise ships aren’t only for people who want to explore the world but also to maximize the amount of revenue the airlines can get.

The cruise ships “are just the next big thing in the sky,” he says.

“I think they’ll make a lot more money than any other kind of aircraft.”

Cruises aren’t just for people looking for a beach cruise, though.

In some cases, cruise lines can make money from selling off their vessels to cruise lines for a profit.

“We sell the ships, we buy the planes, and we rent them out,” says Robert Zirkelbach, president of Cruise Line Worldwide, a cruise ship leasing company based in Florida.

“Our revenue is generated through cruise lines that are selling the cruise line aircraft and ships.”

But in some cases cruise lines have used the cruise companies to bring their boats into the United State for commercial purposes.

In 2011, a group of cruise line captains went on a tour of the United Arab Emirates.

The captains paid $1,000 a person to fly the boats back and forth to their destinations, including Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

The trip was supposed to be for just one day, but the captains decided to book another cruise for the rest of the trip.

That trip cost $600 a person, according a recent story by the New York Times.

“A lot of these guys are not very experienced,” Zirlbach says.

But the captains say they’re making money from the experience.

“Most of them are just going to spend the time and enjoy it,” Zircherbach says of the captains. “This