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About 6.9 percent fewer visitors came to the Islands of Hawaii in May and spent US$133 million, or 15 percent, less than a year ago, but industry leaders were encouraged that the decline in tourism se
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — “When the United States sneezes, we catch a cold,” a Costa Rican hotel owner said recently. He wasn't talking about swine flu.
LONDON - The UK is experiencing significant cutbacks in airline service, both domestically and internationally, according to the latest statistics from OAG (http://www.oagaviation.com), the world's le
GENEVA - Airlines worldwide filled 21 percent fewer executive class seats in February than the same month a year ago as fewer people took long-haul business trips, industry group IATA said on Thursday
The tourism industry continues to worsen in South Florida, with hotel taxes dropping faster in February than in January and recovery proving more difficult than it was after the 2001 terrorist attacks
VAIL, Colorado — After enjoying several “fat years” between 2003 and 2007, it’s time for the ski industry to give something back to consumers, Vail Resorts chief executive officer Rob Katz sai
The Air Transport Association of America (ATA) on Friday reported that passenger revenue fell 19 percent in February 2009 versus the same month in 2008 - the fourth consecutive month in which revenue
The US hotel industry posted declines in all three key performance metrics during the week of 15-21 February 2009, according to data from Smith Travel Research (STR).
Hawai'i visitor arrivals fell in January for the 11th consecutive month and spending was down nearly $150 million as the nation's deepening economic slump caused anxious consumers to postpone or cance
NEW YORK - Domestic carriers face a significant slump in international travel, driven by less consumer spending and reduced U.S.
DHAKA - Gusty winds of global economic recession has pushed a number of foreign airlines either near to pack up or downsize their operations from Bangladesh, leaving the country's travel industry in g
Worried about catching a stomach bug on your next cruise? Here's the good news: Outbreaks of norovirus and other gastrointestinal illness on cruise ships are on the decline.
ATLANTA, GA - PKF Hospitality Research (PKF-HR), the research affiliate of PKF Consulting, has completed a special analysis of two critical issues facing hotel lenders today as the industry enters wha