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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
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.
“What drives tourism is the perception the traveler has of a destination.
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
NEW YORK - At long last, European leaders took a significant step forward on the long road toward resolving the eurozone's debt crisis.
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.
ETN: You’ve been in office for almost two years, how is it going?
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.
(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.
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
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
MANILA — Philippine Airlines was on Tuesday desperately trying to lure back pilots who suddenly quit for higher paying jobs abroad in synchronised moves that forced the national carrier to cut fligh
The Greek tourism industry, which was hoped to contribute to the country's recovery, is in crisis. Hundreds of hotels are for sale, and visitor numbers are in sharp decline.
ATHENS, Greece — Greece has set up a crisis unit for tourism after nearly 20,000 hotel booking cancellations in Athens alone after protests against government austerity measures, an official said on
Greece's ongoing financial troubles could see a raft of holiday deals to the popular sunshine destination this summer, the travel industry is predicting.
BANGKOK — Fears are growing that Thailand's political crisis could cause lasting damage to its economy and international reputation as the country edges closer to a potentially bloody showdown.
The Spanish tourism industry has lost 252 million euros (337 million dollars) for the crisis caused by the emission of volcanic ash from Iceland, not including the airlines, which are primarily affect
According to media sources in Phnom Penh, Cambodian Foreign Minister Hor Namhong on Saturday night proposed to hold an urgent ASEAN Summit to help defusing Thailand's extremely explosive crisis.