The number of tourists visiting the UK from emerging nations such as Brazil, Russia, India and China is set to rise sharply, a report by VisitBritain says.
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KATHMANDU - Massive investments are being made in refurbishing existing hotels and establishing new ones with Nepal Tourism Year 2011 round the corner.
Two of the cruise ship industry's heavyweights have given the $11.2 million Cairns cruise terminal their seal of approval.
Tourism-related projects will drive the construction industry in the coming decade with approximately Dh858 billion ($234 billion) to be pumped into the sector during the next eight years.
Dar es Salaam — The Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) is pushing for establishment of accommodation facilities outside the national parks to enable the country retain its record of offering tourists ...
To the owners of Hall's Chophouse, a cruise ship pulling into port signals the sound of cash registers ringing.
The tourism industry association in the Top End says violent crime is "out of control" in Darwin and is threatening to tarnish the appeal of the city.
A number of players in the tourism sector have joined the Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) to promote domestic tourism.
The NTB's campaign is called 'Local Tourism Is Nawa'.
From rising traffic to increased fares, the airline industry is enjoying a surprising upswing in the face of lingering doubt about the strength of the economic recovery.
SANTIAGO - The man picked to steer the
airline that will result from a merger between LAN and TAM,
Enrique Cueto, helped save Chile's flagship carrier from the
NEW YORK — U.S. airlines have cut jobs for two straight years, the government said Wednesday, as accelerating layoffs and outsourcing sped up a downward slide that started in 2001.
The business community in Punta Arenas in the extreme south of Chile has begun to campaign to ensure the cruise industry does not abandon the city and is asking authorities for a radical change in ...
A bill addressing crime, safety and accountability on cruise ships was signed by President Obama late last month, but that has not stopped industry officials, victims' advocates and frequent ...
The city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic will host the 17th Annual Exhibition and Conference organized by the Florida and Caribbean Cruise Ship Association (FCCA).
ANKARA - Turkish tourism investors have plans to make a total investment of 24 billion U.S.
The National Business Travel Association (NBTA) – the voice of the business travel community – is disappointed to see the Obama Administration take another misguided swing at the travel ...
After a difficult year for tourism in 2009, particularly in terms of foreign visitor arrivals, the recovery in the sector in the latter part of the year has continued into 2010.
WASHINGTON - Once again, it's open season on airlines.
The head of a tourism lobby group says the Australian industry has a serious balance of trade problem.
MADRID, Spain – UNWTO welcomes that several countries have recently placed tourism higher on their national political and economic agendas.
US passenger airlines are exasperated with tougher regulation and fear their nascent recovery could stall as the Obama administration presses consumer, safety and security initiatives.
Britain's seaside tourism industry has survived and is growing, with its jobs contributing £3.6bn to the economy, a report from academics suggests.
There are tell-tale signs. India is poised to become the world's global medical tourism destination of the century.
Egypt’s tourism industry is unlikely to be hurt this year by Europe’s debt crisis, Tourism Minister Zoheir Garranah said.
Big online travel sites like Travelocity and Expedia, as well as user-review juggernaut TripAdvisor, are relying on social networking to deliver travelers to their sites.
Amid the steady stream of positive air travel demand data, airline executives and industry observers no longer question whether a general recovery is underway.
In response to lower oil revenues the Omani government is set on a positive course to develop tourism infrastructure and build the country's reputation internationally.
Initial figures from the China National Tourism Administration (CNTA) show that visitor arrivals started to improve in early 2010.
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