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A U.S. Senate bill to provide funding for National Park repairs is currently under committee review. A similar bill is moving forward in the...
The African Tourism Board strongly condemned the terror attack that occurred today at the luxury Dusit Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya.
Delta Air Lines today reported operating performance for November 2018. The company carried 15.5 million customers across its broad global network, a record for...
CHICAGO, Ill. - Annual Global Climate and Catastrophe Report, which aggregates and analyses the natural disaster perils that occurred worldwide during 2011, has been released today.
In Silicon Oasis in Dubai, tucked away behind streets peppered with unfinished buildings and empty office blocks, is a thriving, upscale community of villas.
WASHINGTON - The Air Transport Association of America (ATA), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S.
Baggage fees may irritate you, but airlines sure aren't complaining.
The federal government has funded more than 3,100 airport construction and rehabilitation projects costing nearly US$2 billion from 2005-2009, despite the fact they received priority ratings well belo
BANGKOK — Thailand could lose 5.35 billion dollars in tourism revenue and millions of visitors in 2009 following its latest bout of political turmoil, a government spokesman said Tuesday.
New York, NY - A report by the Travel Industry Association said consumers avoided up to 41 million air trips in 2007 because they were irked by the cumbersome security procedures, flights delays and e
BEIJING - China's tourism sector has lost 53.4 billion yuan (7.6 billion U.S. dollars) from the 8.0-magnitude earthquake that hit Sichuan Province on May 12. According to the China Tourism Administration, 54 people, including one from Taiwan and 53 mainland tourists, were killed in Sichuan. Another 25 were injured, while 55,487 were held back.
NEW YORK - Domestic flight delays cost the industry and passengers $40.7 billion in 2007, according to the Joint Economic Committee from the House and Senate, which released a report Thursday. As part of this overall cost from the delays, passengers lost an estimated $12 billion worth of time that would otherwise have been spent on business and play, said the committee report.