Submit Press release  · eTN Team ·  Advertising  ·  eTN Awards  - Worldtourism Events    

Honolulu Airport: One man dead, security guard hospitalized

A struggle took place at a small commuter terminal at the Honolulu International Airport early this morning when a man pushed a security guard away and ran through two doors leading to an outdoor ...

The tenacity of tea tastings

© Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, (a division of eTN Publishing)

Bring up the topic of TEA at a cocktail or dinner party – and you can almost be certain the conversation will quickly draw to a close.

VietJet Air adds connection between Vietnam and India

Anil Mathur, eTN India

For the first time, Vietnam had a strong presence at the South Asia Travel and Tourism Exchange (SATTE) event that was held from February 15-17 in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India.

Las Vegas aims to attract tourists from India

Anil Mathur, eTN India

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority would like to bring in more people who come to visit friends and relatives from India who have settled in the USA.

German Chancellor not happy with value of euro

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the euro is too low for Germany adding that Berlin had no power to address this 'problem' because monetary policy was set by the independent European Central ...

US Air Force F-15s intercept unresponsive aircraft over South Florida

Two US Air Force fighter jets have intercepted an unresponsive aircraft that flew near West Palm Beach, South Florida, during a stay by President Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago.

Princess Cruises announces fourth ship to debut Medallion Class Ocean Vacations

Princess Cruises announced today that Island Princess will be the fourth cruise ship to feature the Ocean Medallion, debuting May 16, 2018 for the Alaska season.

Viennese cafe owner to tourists: You don't even open your eyes in the morning for free

The owner of a popular café in Vienna has started to bill customers, who use "excess" power to charge their devices.

Strong earthquake hits Jujuy Province in Argentina

Very strong earthquake rocked Jujuy Province, Argentina on February 18, 2017.

Preliminary Earthquake Report:

Magnitude 6.3

Date-Time • 18 Feb 2017 12:10:15 UTC

One killed, dozend ingured in Belgian passenger train crash

A passenger train has derailed on the way from Leuven to Brussels in Belgium, killing at least one person and leaving up to 25 people injured, according to local media reports.

Chris Diaz quits Kenya Airways as Director of Marketing

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome, eTN Africa Correspondent

Chris Diaz, Director of Marketing at Kenya Airways, has overnight confirmed that he will be leaving the airline in a month to take up a new position details of which can be found here when a ...

India to provide tourists with free SIM cards

Anil Mathur, eTN India

Yes, FREE! India’s Ministry of Tourism is offering free SIM cards for tourists’ mobile phones upon arrival in India for travelers on an e-visa.

Tourism in Yemen: ICTP will be ready to assist when security improves

Not only is it challenging to visit Yemen right now, it is flat out dangerous.

Four Points Manhattan Midtown West opens

Marriott International, Inc. today announced the opening of Four Points Manhattan Midtown West, the brand's fifth hotel in Manhattan.

Formal launch: Brand USA and India cooperation

Anil Mathur, eTN India

On February 16, Brand USA kicked off a formal launch of the US-India travel and tourism partnership for the year 2017.

Swazliand cultural festival not to be missed

The Swazi people are united by culture and values and the Marula Festival, locally known as “Emaganwini,” is one of them.

Third member of 787 Dreamliner rolls out

"What's happening here at Boeing South Carolina is a true American success story," said Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing chairman, president and CEO.

Delta continues investing millions in on-board customer experience

Delta is introducing complimentary meals on some of its longest domestic flights, including transcontinental routes between New York's JFK and Los Angeles/San Francisco.

Juneyao Airlines orders five 787-9 Dreamliners

Boeing and Juneyao Airlines announced today the finalization of an order for five 787-9 Dreamliners, valued at about $1.32 billion at current list prices.

Aviation Festival Asia 2017 focuses on creating new ideas and strategies

Asia's aviation industry is the fastest growing in the world, with big forecasts for the passenger numbers in the region.

Air Canada reports record full year 2016 results

Air Canada today reported record full year 2016 EBITDAR (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and aircraft rent), excluding special items, of $2.768 billion, compared to the ...

Grand DĂ©part 2017: DĂĽsseldorf awaits the start of legendary French race

DĂĽsseldorf is where the heart of bicycle racing beats in 2017: 30 years after the Tour-de-France start in the divided city of Berlin in 1987, the world's most important bicycle race is finally ...

eRevMax processed $2.1 billion worth of reservation revenue in 2016

eRevMax has reported today that it has processed $2.1 billion worth of reservation revenue for its hotel clients in 2016.

100 ways to trace your Irish ancestors

The very idea of undertaking Irish ancestral research can seem like a formidable and arduous task but now one publication is successfully helping thousands across the US to trace and embrace their ...

The Tennessean Hotel to open in Knoxville in April 2017

The TENNESSEAN Hotel, a premier luxury hotel, will open in Downtown Knoxville this April as part of the Gemstone Collection brand of BENCHMARK®, a global hospitality company.

Premium Partners