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Thinking globally: Victoria Cliff Resort in Mergui Archipelago , Andaman Sea

Victoria Cliff Resort, a new snorkeling and dive resort in the Mergui Archipelago is ‘thinking globally, acting locally’ to foster sustainable tourism in Myanmar,...

Farewell A380: Airbus announces the end of superjumbo production

European aerospace giant Airbus has announced Thursday it will stop making its superjumbo A380 in 2021. The announcement came after Airbus' biggest customer, Emirates,...

Which brands rank high in travel loyalty?

Consumer expectations increase annually on average by 25%. Which airlines, hotels, car rental companies, and credit card companies rank high on the loyalty scale? "Trust...

In Amsterdam, tourism growth is not the enemy, bad management is

As former Secretary General of the UNWTO, the specialized agency of the UN mandated with promoting healthy and sustainable tourism, I am watching with...

NYC Winter Show: A treasure trove for hotel interior designers

If you love beautiful things like jewelry, sculpture, lamps, art and antiques, there is no better place to get your “fix” of fabulous furnishings...

Consumer trends that will shape hospitality industry in 2019 revealed

A new study, that reveals the top consumer trends that will shape the hospitality industry in 2019 and beyond, was released today. The hospitality...

Tourism to Israel continues to increase at record-breaking rates

Israel had its best tourism year to date, with more than 4.12 million tourist entries recorded from January to December 2018, an increase of...

Turkey introduced a passenger security tax

Turkey has introduced an airline passenger security tax of 1,5€ applicable as from 1 January 2018 without any advance notification. In addition, the Turkish...

Tourists Evacuated, stranded, cancellations: Chaos in Germany, Switzerland and Austria

Thousands of tourists ended the last Christmas holiday in the Alps on Sunday being evacuated. This included visitors to the famous glacier Matterhorn in...

India train grounded for 2 months: Travelers infuriated

According to the railway authorities, the DMU service between Jammu and Udhampur, train number 7406/74907, shall remain suspended until March 5, 2019.

Moscow’s Domodedovo airport buys tank to tow aircraft

A new tow truck, received by Moscow’s Domodedovo airport, can pull a weight of 125 tons and lay evacuation routes even through thick forest....

IATA: Airlines heading for a decade in the black

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) forecasts the global airline industry net profit to be $35.5 billion in 2019, slightly ahead of the $32.3...

ILTM 2018: 17th edition and largest event to date

Taking place during the first week of December once again in Cannes, ILTM 2018 was the biggest ILTM event ever with 1880 exhibitors from...

Terror shooting in Strasbourg: 2 dead near popular tourist Christmas Market

A gunman is reportedly on the run in Strasbourg after shooting two people dead and injuring at least 11 others in a terrorist attack near the city’s celebrated Christmas market.

Jamaica Tourism Minister declares new Bijoux Kingston open

Jamaica Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, (seen third right in the photo) officially cut the ribbon to open the newly-renovated Bijoux Kingston

Live like a local in Nassau, Bahamas

Travel destination - the Bahamas - is a Caribbean archipelago located off the coast of Florida with a long history of colonization.

Russian tourist injured by speedboat in Phuket

PHUKET - A tourist swimming at Phuket's Kata beach today was struck by the propeller of a parasailing speedboat. One foot was badly cut, and a leg also hit.

Standard & Poor cuts US triple-A debt rating

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said today that it lowered its long-term sovereign credit rating on the United States of America to 'AA+' from 'AAA'.

In a big victory for the industry Alaska Senate passes cruise...

The Alaska Senate voted to roll back much of the voter-adopted $46 cruise ship head tax Wednesday, handing the state's important tourism industry a big victory and millions of dollars in tax reduction

Global aviation industry to cut carbon emissions to half 2005 levels

LONDON, England - The global aviation industry has agreed to cut its net carbon emissions to half 2005 levels by 2050 under a plan to be set out on Tuesday by British Airways chief, Willie Walsh.

Oberstar: Airlines are robbing passengers, shouldn’t the government get a cut?

Should the government get a cut of the airlines' revenue? That's the latest question being explored in the U.S. House Transportation Committee.

Hawaii Tourism Authority facing budget cut

The Hawaii Tourism Authority is looking at a potential 5 percent cut in their marketing budget, as it deals with Hawaii’s wilting tourism.

Cruise lines to cut Alaska passenger lists by 100,000

Several cruise lines plan to slash their Alaska itineraries in 2010 with the net result that communities from Anchorage to Fairbanks could see a 25 percent reduction in cruise ship visitors.

2,100 jobs to be cut by Delta through buyouts

CHICAGO, IL - Delta Air Lines said today that it would grant voluntary buyouts to the more than 2,100 employees requesting them, but the number of job cuts could grow as the company assesses future la

BA follows rival airlines in cutting fuel surcharge

British Airways today reduced its fuel surcharges, bringing relief to some passengers following similar moves by rivals and a prolonged dip in the global oil price.
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