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The overall outlook for the Middle East Meetings Incentives Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) industry is upbeat, despite recent regional political upheaval.
The Conference Board of Canada says in its newly released Canadian Industry Outlook: Canada’s Air Transportation Industry – Winter 2011 that following record high profitability in 2010, Canada’s
Air Canada said that it is adjusting its previously communicated plans for 2011 system capacity growth in light of sustained high fuel costs. AC had said back on Feb.
JOHANNESBURG, Jun 14, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- South Africa saw a 34 percent increase in inbound tourism spending during the first quarter of 2010, and anticipates additional growth opportunities aroun
The hotel industry could be bouncing back more quickly than originally expected. That means rates won't stay as low as travelers might have hoped.
London - British Airways said Monday that it has flown more aircraft during the second strike by its cabin crew so far, adding that its full-year profit outlook remains unchanged by the walkouts.
SAN JUAN - After taking a flogging last year, the Caribbean tourism industry is looking toward an improvement in 2010 despite concerns about a British-imposed environmental tax and crime against touri
The airline industry's attempts to get a recovery going this spring may have caught the flu.
DUBLIN/LONDON - Irish airline Aer Lingus slashed its outlook and reshuffled management in the face of diving revenues and passenger numbers on Tuesday as rival Ryanair ruled out another bid for the be
CHICAGO - A sharp slowdown in business travel, the best moneymaker for major airlines, will cut into U.S. carriers' profits this year, and the picture doesn't look much better for 2010.
In a desperate attempt to find new markets for tourism, the illegal occupied areas of Cyprus will open a tourist office in the South Korean Capital Soeul. A protocol was signed yesterday at the so-called 'Ministry of Economy and Tourism' with the Parados Europe Company operating in South Korea to facilitate the opening of the North Cyprus Tourism office.'