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Destination Puerto Rico: Selected as Inspirational Partner

A recent designation aligns Destination Puerto Rico with other select companies who maintain a loyal partnership and provide outstanding service in the event industry.

Tourism safety in Jamaica: Behind the current headlines of rape and...

Jamaica recently emerged as one of the most progressive destinations in the world when it comes to travel tourism safety and security.

Suspended! Fastjet airline services in Tanzania

Fastjet airline officials said late last week that its flights would be canceled through the end of January.

Most expensive ‘Christmas tree’ in Europe made of pure gold

In honor of the much-anticipated festive season, German gold dealer Pro Aurum has erected the most expensive Christmas tree in Europe. The unusual decoration...

Hawaii Tourism Authority banks on Marriott with two key appointments to...

Hawaii Tourism Authority is finalizing a new leadership for the Hawaii Travel and Tourism Industry. The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) announced the appointments of two key executive leaders today, naming Keith Regan as chief administrative officer and Karen Hughes as vice president of marketing and product development. Both will begin work on December 17.

Former Colombian President to be keynote speaker for upcoming international tourism...

Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett says that Álvaro Uribe, former President of Colombia, is the keynote speaker for the ‘Global Conference on Jobs and...

Power of People proves popular for upcoming BestCities Global Forum in...

Leaders will hold talks, workshops, and programs while also learning about the region and culture of Latin America at the BestCities Global Forum to be held in Bogota.

Cyprus crisis fails to dent Russian interest in Greece

ATHENS, Greece - The developments in Cyprus don’t appear to have had any negative effects as far as Greece’s positive outlook for the 2013 season is concerned, according to the president of the As

Lebanon’s tourism industry facing crisis

Lebanon’s hospitality sector has begun to dismiss employees following a sharp decline in business, a leading hotelier said.

Syria says no to foreign intervention

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Pakistan has taken a strong position against the intervention of foreign forces in Syria, and such a position is altogether different than the expectation of the United States th

Kingfisher Airlines: We are in a do or die situation

NEW DELHI, India - After putting up a brave front in the face of mounting adversity, crisis-ridden Kingfisher has for the first time acknowledged that it is in a make-or-break situation.

Euro chaos: Should I stay or should I go?

In the last decade of the 20th century, the Turkish lira fell in value 1,000 times against the U.S.

Media and tourism players explore effective crisis response

“What drives tourism is the perception the traveler has of a destination.

British PM bullish about prospects for resolving Eurozone crisis

Davos-Klosters, Switzerland – Despite the uncertainty sweeping across the European Union, British Prime Minister David Cameron was bullish about the prospects for resolving the current Eurozone cris

Turkish tourism courts Israeli travelers

Israel's relations with Turkey may have reached a historic low following the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador from Ankara, but Turkey still plans to take part in a tourism fair scheduled to be held

Sarkozy: Letting Greece into Eurozone was a mistake

NEW YORK - At long last, European leaders took a significant step forward on the long road toward resolving the eurozone's debt crisis.

Senior pilots quit Air India to join private airlines

Four senior pilots with Air India (AI) quit last week for jobs in private airlines because they were unable to handle the turbulence in the company.

Report Card: Taleb Rifai on being the UNWTO secretary general

ETN: You’ve been in office for almost two years, how is it going?

Is government trying to shut Air India down?

NEW DELHI, India - The Bharatiya Janata Party has alleged that the Centre was trying to use the strike in Air India to shut down the airline and held the Prime Minister's Office responsible for the cr

2011: One blow after another for travel industry so far

We're just three months into 2011 and it's been one blow after another for the travel industry -- not even considering blizzards and the soaring price of fuel.

Impending human resource crisis in Sri Lanka tourism industry

(eTN) - Much has been written, debated, and publicized about the meteoritic growth in tourism in post-war Sri Lanka. Whatever the case may be, there is no doubt that in the short to medium term.

Business travel industry concerned over Middle East turmoil

The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), the voice of the business travel industry, has released the results of a survey of business travel professionals on reactions to the ongoing crisis in th

Tourism minister announces initiative to tackle current crisis in Yemen

Yemen's Tourism Minister, Nabil Al-Fakeh, announced an initiative for President Ali Abdullah Saleh in which he urged him to hold presidential elections soon and in coincidence with parliamentary elect

Government: Strong franc killing Swiss tourism

Swiss government is considering extending a possible stimulus package to offset the damaging impact of the strong Swiss franc on the economy.

Greek crisis hinders Crete tourist season

ELOUNDA, Greece — It's late afternoon but the relentless summer sun still beats down from a clear sky above picturesque Crete, Greece's largest island.
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