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Two decades ago, a simple traveler could hardly imagine buying cheap flights in a few clicks or staying at the world’s most authentic places...
Group tour and travel associations from the US Tourism industry came together to urge Congress and the Administration to end the government shutdown immediately.
Travelers trying to scape Britain for some winter sun were left stranded in a Romanian airport for about a day after their flight was...
The Ohio State Buckeyes, and the Washington Huskies, have won berths in the 2019 Rose Bowl presented by Northwestern Mutual in Pasadena, Calif., and...
Düsseldorf was the backdrop for M.I.C.E.-in-the-bag’s latest pop-up event, the fifth one in two years. As with the previous ones held in London, Stockholm,...
M.I.C.E.-in-the-bag organized another of its invitation-only “Insider Gathering” events at the wonderful Chateauform in Düsseldorf on November 20th. The tailored B2B gathering saw 17 among buyers and suppliers coming from everywhere in Europe, connecting with each other in the usual informal and friendly environment.
Two renowned tourism professionals to provide guidance to Cape Town's premier industry organisation.
SOFIA, Bulgaria - A new European Union regulation on bus and coach passenger rights came into effect on March 1, 2013, providing bus and coach travelers throughout the EU with new rights, the European
Corporate travelers forced to fly coach during the recession may never return to business-class cabins as employers seek permanent cuts to their travel budgets, the International Air Transport Associa
World Travel Market, the premier global event for the travel industry, is introducing free hotel coach transfers to and from the event for the first time this year.
RABAT - Sixteen French tourists were injured, including five seriously, when a tourist coach overturned Monday in the highway connecting the capital, Rabat to the central city of Fez (200 km east of R
Passengers joked about airline food, but they secretly welcomed the excuse to break their diets. After all, the meal appeared and there was nothing else to do but eat it.
Low-cost airlines such as WestJet helped to pioneer the concept of a flying bus, but now some motor coach companies are fighting back with cheap seats of their own. When Megabus pulls into Toronto on May 30, it will boast one-way fares to New York City for as little as $1 (plus a 50 cent booking fee) in a bid to whip up interest for the 10-hour road trip.