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Iranian pilgrims will return to Saudi Arabia for this year’s hajj

Iranian pilgrims will participate in this year’s annual hajj, Saudi Arabia said Friday, after an absence last year during tensions between the regional rivals.

LGBT Hawaii and Hawaii Tourism Authority on Gay, Lesbian, Transgender or Bisexual Travelers to the Aloha State LGBT Travelers to Hawaii: First ever done study has surprising results

More than two years ago LGBT Hawaii suggested to the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) to hire Community Marketing andInsights to conduct a study on the potential of LGBT Tourism to the Aloha ...

London Heathrow expansion becomes top important after UK leaving the European Union

As the Prime Minister prepares to trigger Article 50 negotiations to leave the European Union, MPs have sent Downing Street a clear message – expanding the nation’s hub airport is the most ...

FRAPORT: Record financial result achieved due to Manila compensation payment - Airports in Fraport's international portfolio report mixed results Fraport Achieves Positive Performance Despite Challenging Business Environment

Fraport AG looks back on a successful 2016 business year (ending December 31), which was marked by a record financial result achieved despite challenging framework conditions for the aviation ...

Significant visit to Turkish Airlines from the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

As being a prominent figure of global civil aviation, Turkish Airlines consistently continues to invest in vocational education-training by defining it as a building block of the industry.

Minister of Tourism Armenia enters race for UNWTO Secretary General

The Hon.Vahan Martirosyan, minister of tourism for Armenia is the latest out of 7 candidates competing for the post of the UNWTO Secretary General.

Ethiopian alters schedule and aircraft

Ethiopian Airlines announced it has made changes to its Frankfurt and Mumbai routes.

German low-cost airline makes operational changes

Eurowings, a German low-cost airline headquartered in DĂĽsseldorf, Germany, and fully-owned subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group, is making changes to its operation based on the addition of airberlin ...

Taipei Taoyuan Airport to see changes from EVA Air

Beginning October 29, EVA Air will change routes through Taipei Taoyuan International Airport for flights to Chicago O’Hare, New York JFK, Seattle, Toronto, and Vancouver.

San Diego service blooms for Alaska Airlines

Alaska Airlines announced that it is beefing up its summer schedule in San Diego, California, to various United States destinations.

Rossiya Airlines sets summer schedule for Spain

Russian airline, Rossiya, is headquartered in Saint Petersburg with its hub at Pulkovo Airport and branches at Moscow Vnukovo International Airport, Rostov-on-Don Airport, and Orenburg Tsentralny ...

Silver Airways: Goodbye Cuba

Even though looser restrictions have made Cuba more accessible for Americans, travel to the island can still be confusing.

Tough year comes to an end for Brussels Airlines

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome, eTN Africa

Brussels Airlines’ financial results were largely influenced by the attacks that hit Brussels last year.

Cuba and summer service changes in the works for American Airlines

Summer time, and changes are in the works for American Airlines.

PATWA Summit for World Tourism & Aviation Leaders on Peace

PATWA believes the benefit that a vibrant tourism industry has on a nation's economy is only the tip of the iceberg, and that tourism should become the force on the promotion of world peace and ...

Best wallet-friendly US destinations for the remainder of 2017

As we near the end of winter hibernation, many of us are eager to begin planning our vacations for the months ahead.

RCI adds over 170 new affiliated resorts in 2016

RCI, the global leader in vacation exchange and part of the Wyndham Worldwide family of brands, added more than 170 new affiliated resorts to its exchange network in 2016.

IATA welcomes Transport Canada's new safety rules for drones

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the announcement by Canada’s Minister of Transport, the Honorable Marc Garneau, to implement an Interim Order restricting the use of ...

Jamaica Tourism set to launch unique networking event

A unique event that is a flagship initiative of the Tourism Linkages Network and its partners; the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA); the Jamaica Manufacturers’ Association (JMA); ...

Manila-Jeju Island: Philippine Airlines linking to South Korea

There are currently more than 90,000 South Koreans in the Philippines (as of a 2011 population report recorded by South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade), and there are more than ...

Seychelles Tourism in the spotlight at ITB Berlin

ITB Berlin, which is said to be the world’s largest tourism trade fair, was held from March 8 to 12 in Germany, and Seychelles Tourism was there.

Romania to Jordan: Travel with TAROM airline increases

Romania is probably most well-known for its association with the legend of Dracula.

FAA event coming to New York

Data Comm, the NextGen technology that enhances safety and reduces delays by dramatically improving the way air traffic controllers and pilots talk to each other, is up and running at five ...

India making travel handi-capable

Anil Mathur, eTN India

A travel agency was showcased in New Delhi, India, on March 16 at an unusual and unique meeting where several wheel-chair bound individuals and others with hearing or vision impairment were ...

Lufthansa overhauls long-haul routes

Lufthansa is Germany’s largest German airline and, when combined with its subsidiaries, is the largest airline in Europe in terms of fleet size.

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