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ParkCloud names first chair

ParkCloud, a European airport parking company, has named its first Chairperson - Peter Hilton, former chief of Holiday Taxis. Having spearheaded global growth in his...

Brussels tourism goes into “geek” mode

From March onwards, Brussels will be celebrating pop culture with a host of events and activities. From Comic Con Brussels to BIFFF and...

Flying to Hawaii unsafe on a B737-800? Boeing declines to...

Is it safe flying a Southwest Airline B737-800 aircraft from North America to Hawaii? This is a question many experts are asking these days....

Routehappy launches new codeshare UPAs with 5 Star Alliance airlines

Routehappy by ATPCO, the industry standard for airline rich content, today announced the launch of new codeshare Universal Product Attributes (UPAs) on Travix-owned websites....

SkyWest places $422M order with Embraer

Embraer and SkyWest, Inc. have signed a firm order for nine E175 jets, with deliveries expected to begin in 2019. The order has a value...

Africa needs better representation in travel listings

Mauritius’ Lux Belle Mare took the African honours in the latest listings of global bests when it captured third place in the list of...

Nairobi Dusit2 terror attack: 21 dead, 700 rescued and many heroes

700 people could have died in the attack in Nairobi but didn't because of security measures in place and the immediate and effective response...

Confronting world tourism’s changing economic times

There is little doubt that the tourism industry is facing some interesting and challenging times.

American Beverage Institute: Come to Utah for vacation, leave on probation

The American Beverage Institute, a national restaurant group feels the tourism industry is getting hurt in not allowing visitors to drink more than 2 beers and driving a car. The limit for drinking and driving as of January 1, 2019, will be a strict .05 in the US State of Utah.

CTO Secretary General: 2019 outlook is bright for the Caribbean

As the Caribbean tourism sector prepares to welcome the New Year, we look forward to 2019 with a sense of optimism, excitement and much...

From Jerusalem to Rio de Janeiro: From a celebration of the...

Tourism in Jerusalem and tourism in Rio de Janeiro is similar and very different. Dr. Peter Tarlow reports from Rio after an all-night flight....

Senate resolution on Yemen: More heat than fire

Yemen used to be a beautiful destination for travel and tourism. The hospitality school there was leading in Africa just a few years ago....

Seychelles’ Alain St. Ange captures Uganda Civil Aviation Conference

Seychelles’ former Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine, Alain St. Ange, was invited to deliver the keynote address at yesterday’s Uganda Civil Aviation Authority’s Aviation Stakeholders Breakfast meeting.

Jamaica Tourism Minister calls for greater harmonization of tourism and culture

Speaking on the Ministerial panel in Istanbul yesterday, Jamaica Minister of Tourism, Honorable Edmund Bartlett asserted that tourism was but the marketing of culture.

Experts discuss the future of hospitality industry driven by technology in...

HITEC Dubai 2018, the Middle East’s largest hospitality technology exhibition and conference, endorsed by Dubai Tourism and co-produced by Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals...

Zimbabwe: A genocide in progress? Should Tourists Leave?

Foreign tourist should leave Zimbabwe. After a violent crackdown Tuesday night, a scary calm is returning to portions of Zimbabwe This may not be a constant situation. "Zimbabwe is open for business and tourism" might have died a premature death before business became business

Egypt tourism: Decline much larger than government reports

Egypt's better-than-expected tourism results for 2011 have been met with disbelief by many in the industry.

Lufthansa pilot strike’s legality questioned

FRANKFURT - Deutsche Lufthansa AG Thursday said it is examining the legality of next week's four-day pilot strike, warning that the walk-out would bring large parts of the German flag carrier's operat

Olympic tourism boom for London in doubt

New reports have now come forward that are putting the big tourism boost that was expected from the Olympics in doubt.

AIG’s plane-leasing unit says its survival is in doubt

International Lease Finance Corp., the Century City aircraft leasing giant, said today its survival has been thrown into doubt by the turmoil in the airline industry and the financial troubles afflict
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