worldtourismevents.com · eTN Contacts & Team · Advertising · Submit Articles ·    

THE LIST: 5 Star Rated by eTN Readers - and not for sale!
Hotels - Airlines - CVBs - Destinations - people

click here to check out THE LIST


Coral species adapting to climate change

Coral species adapting to climate change

In many parts of the world, coral reefs are declining fast due to pollution, warming seas, disease and storms. Tourists travel the world to enjoy remaining coral reefs.

Caracas - Fort Lauderdale nonstop on low-cost carrier Dynamic Airways

Caracas - Fort Lauderdale nonstop on low-cost carrier Dynamic Airways

Despite airlines from around the world stopping service to Venezuela due to currency restriction, Dynamic International Airways, a low-cost carrier will start providing air services in Venezuela ...

After genocide lions are returning to Rwanda

After genocide lions are returning to Rwanda

Seven lions, two males and five females, are being transported from South Africa and will arrive by air in Rwanda on Monday, where they will be taken and released after a two-week quarantine into ...

The end of the Tunisia tourism industry unfolding?

Is terror winning over tourism? The end of the Tunisia tourism industry unfolding?

Did terror win over tourism? This is the feeling by members of the travel and tourism industry in this beautiful North African country, Tunisia.

Egypt: The Mother of The World

Egypt: The Mother of The World

By Werner Gesssner

Werner Gessner is a German hotel professional who has been in leading hotel jobs in the travel and tourism industry in Egypt for many years.

He wrote: Egypt is Called "The Mother of The ...

Shots fired in San Francisco: Christian and gay is not a match after the U.S. Supreme court ruling

Shots fired in San Francisco: Christian and gay is not a match after the U.S. Supreme court ruling

Tourists and locals were celebrating today in cities across the United States with local LGBT communities after yesterday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling making same-sex marriage a constitutional ...

Uganda Museum receives corporate boost

Uganda Museum receives corporate boost

By Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome, Ph.D., eTN Africa Correspondent

CNOOC Uganda Limited, Total E&P Uganda, and Tullow Uganda Operations PTY have earlier in the week unveiled the new oil and gas section at the Uganda Museum.

Greek economy almost certain to collapse - not all bad for tourism

Greek economy almost certain to collapse - not all bad for tourism

The financial collapse of Greece is now likely to happen. It may not be all bad news for the travel and tourism industry, but terrible news for the European Union and the World Economy.

Accra Weizo seeks to unite West Africa tourism

Celebrating tourism unity, carnevals and entertainment in Ghana Accra Weizo seeks to unite West Africa tourism

By Andrew Iro Okungbowa, Lagos, Nigeria

Accra, the capital city of Ghana will come alive in a few days time as this west African metropoloe prepares to play host to a historic gathering of tourism operators – public and private – ...

Hitler-owned German mega resort about to open for business

German Island of Ruegen tourism and the Hitler connection Hitler-owned German mega resort about to open for business

Built as the biggest holiday camp in the world, the three miles wide German island of Riga is home of Hitler's version of a perfect vacation.

Hundreds of tourists injured at Formosa Water Park in New Taipei City

Hundreds of tourists injured at Formosa Water Park in New Taipei City

A fire on a music stage spread into a crowd of spectators at a party Saturday night at the Formosa Water Park in New Taipei City injuring more than 200 people, authorities said.

Not in my name! Don't call terrorists Islamists

Muslims Call on 'OUTING' Extremists Not in my name! Don't call terrorists Islamists

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community calls on all Muslims to "out" extremists as the enemy of Islam and a threat to humanity.

Evacuation in progress at Paris CDG International airport

Evacuation in progress at Paris CDG International airport

After a deadly ISIS terror attack in France yesterday, Charles De Gaulle (CDG) International Airport is now the center of a new scare.

Seychelles President Michel officially inaugurates new Hotel and Tourism Academy

Seychelles President Michel officially inaugurates new Hotel and Tourism Academy

Seychelles President James Michel unveiled the plaque to officially inaugurate the buildings of the first phase of the new Hotel and Tourism Academy at La Misere yesterday.

Zanzibar: Surprise taxes for tourists and airline passengers

Zanzibar: Surprise taxes for tourists and airline passengers

By Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome, Ph.D., eTN Africa Correspondent

Targeting tourists and airline passengers for taxes has become sort of fashionable in recent years, and examples gone woefully wrong, like the ticket taxes in the UK, show how often immediately ...

Thousands of European tourists being evacuated from Tunisia

Thousands of European tourists being evacuated from Tunisia

A Jetairfly aircraft flying yesterday from Germany to Tunis turned around midair after news emerged about a terror attack.

The roar of the mighty lion once again sounds at Akagera

The roar of the mighty lion once again sounds at Akagera

By Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome, Ph.D., eTN Africa Correspondent

Lions are at long last set to make a comeback in Akagera National Park, when the relocation of 2 males and 5 females, all young adults, has been completed.

Upgrade or new or both? Seychelles International Airport

Upgrade or new or both? Seychelles International Airport

The ongoing airport upgrade and modernization on the Seychelles’ main island of Mahe may reach a new dimension, as the SCAA is apparently engaged in talks with their counterparts in Abu Dhabi to ...

When the sky is not the limit...

AURIC ADDS MORE IRINGA FLIGHTS When the sky is not the limit...

By Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome, Ph.D., eTN Africa Correspondent

The saying that the sky is the limit is of course well known, and it applies in particular to airlines for which the sky is their main office and production facility.

UFTAA strongly condemns recent terrorist attacks

UFTAA strongly condemns recent terrorist attacks

UFTAA, The United Federation of Travel Agents' Associations, strongly condemns the recent attacks in various parts of the world undermining the goal of travel and tourism as an ambassador for ...

Plane is not a nightclub: Airline to ban drunk passengers for life

Plane is not a nightclub: Airline to ban drunk passengers for life

You might want to think twice about that next tipple at 34,000 feet... drunk passengers could be banned from flying with airlines for life.

Rainbows in Hawaii became more beautiful today

Travel and tourism in Hawaii has new opportunities in the wedding market Rainbows in Hawaii became more beautiful today

Hawaii has always been known for beautiful rainbows. Rainbows today in the Aloha State became even more stunning after receiving a thumbs up from the US Supreme Court.

Qantas CEO: Hong Kong sent unwelcoming message to foreign investors

Qantas CEO: Hong Kong sent unwelcoming message to foreign investors

HONG KONG - This week's Hong Kong government ruling on Jetstar Hong Kong most certainly ends its dreams of a future as a local airline, but not to legal wrangles that may arise, nor to the ...

New Managing Director at Lux Resorts & Hotels - China and Southeast Asia

New Managing Director at Lux Resorts & Hotels - China and Southeast Asia

LUX Resorts & Hotels has announced the appointment of a new Managing Director – China & South East Asia to oversee the Mauritius-based group’s expanding presence in China.

Malaysia Airlines to focus on smaller planes, customer service

Malaysia Airlines to focus on smaller planes, customer service

PETALING JAYA, Malaysia - The reincarnated Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MH) is set to embark on a fleet rollover as it seeks to align its resources to meet present demand, Bloomberg reports.

'Perfect swarm' of midges to cost Scotland's tourism £286 million

'Perfect swarm' of midges to cost Scotland's tourism £286 million

EDINBURGH, Scotland - The Scottish tourism industry is estimated to lose about £286 million a year because of a 'perfect swarm' of midges.

South Korea: Outbreak of MERS hits spending and tourism

South Korea: Outbreak of MERS hits spending and tourism

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea’s finance ministry said yesterday that economic growth will slow this year as the outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) hits spending and ...

Virgin Atlantic returns to Belfast

Virgin Atlantic returns to Belfast

BELFAST, Northern Ireland - Airline Virgin Atlantic has said it will return to Belfast International for another four flights to Orlando, Florida, next year.

Socks with sandals, fake tan: Top 10 summer fashion faux pas for Brits

Socks with sandals, fake tan: Top 10 summer fashion faux pas for Brits

LONDON, England - With the warmer weather now upon us, new research has found that, according to 60% of Brits, the biggest fashion faux pas for summer is socks with sandals.

UN calls for surge in AIDS treatment to avoid 'catastrophic' resurgence of HIV

UN calls for surge in AIDS treatment to avoid 'catastrophic' resurgence of HIV

NEW YORK, NY - The world risks a deadly AIDS rebound unless the countries most affected by the virus expand access to antiretroviral treatments and boost their focus on stopping new infections, a ...

Premium Partners