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Thai Tourism Minister outlines measures to balance, manage and distribute visitor...

Embarking upon a quality over quantity approach to future development, the Ministry of Tourism and Sports has initiated a number of measures to better...

FCM Ends 2018 on a High After Winning World’s Leading Travel...

FCM Travel Solutions, which has a presence in over 95 countries globally, is ending 2018 on a high after being named the World’s Leading Travel Management Company at the World Travel Awards for the eighth consecutive year.

Avoiding worst affects of jet lag while traveling

For every traveler, sleep deprivation known as jet lag, is always a real possibility. Don’t let the name confuse you, jet lag can affect...

About to be on Strike: Flair Airlines

The Canadian Union of Public Employees has filed 72-hour strike notice for Local 4060, representing 139 flight attendants who work for ultra-low-cost carrier Flair Airlines.

Local partners and tourism industry players to assist hosting first ever...

As the Seychelles destination is in anticipation of the MCB Staysure Tour event to start in one week-time, local partners and service providers have rallied to ensure the event to be hosted on Praslin between December 14, 2018 and December 16, 2018 is a success.

IMEX Group: Leveraging assets set to dominate 2019

2018 has been the year when interest in live events, experiential activities, women in leadership, mental wellbeing and robots skyrocketed. In 2019, IMEX Group...

World Travel Monitor: European outbound travel grows by five percent

Spain has been unable to maintain its strong growth of international visitors of recent years, while Turkey is attracting more holidaymakers again. Greece is...

Latest innovations for the hospitality sector

What will the hotel of the future be like in Dubai?

Hotel Opening in Capetown: AC Hotel Cape Town Waterfront

AC Hotels by Marriott  Marriott International’s European-inspired lifestyle brand, today announced the opening of AC Hotel Cape Town Waterfront marking the debut of the brand in Middle East and Africa. Owned and developed by the Amdec Group, the hotel demonstrates the sophisticated and timeless European design that is true to the AC Hotel brand, interpreted for its Cape Town location.

Leading industry figures take the helm at Cape Town Tourism

Two renowned tourism professionals to provide guidance to Cape Town's premier industry organisation.

PATA Forum set for Pattaya

Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is set to organize the PATA Destination Marketing Forum 2019 (PDMF 2019) in Pattaya, Thailand.

Hyatt buys Two Roads Hospitality

Hyatt has completed the previously announced acquisition of Two Roads Hospitality, a lifestyle hotel management company with a unique collection of distinctive brands.

More foreign visitors now choose to drive in India

NEW DELHI, India - The popularity of India as a driving destination seems to be on the rise, with car rental firm Avis citing a 60 per cent rise in foreign tourist arrivals with self-drive packages in

AAA offers 5 ways to drive ‘greener’ for Earth Day 2011

ORLANDO, Fla. - With Earth Day 2011 celebrations this week, AAA offers drivers some tips on how they can drive 'greener' and save some money in the process.

Summer travel – beware of US scariest highways

Mark Sedenquist and Megan Edwards' California home was destroyed by a forest fire in 1993. Instead of rebuilding, the couple bought an RV and took to the open road, traveling across the U.S.

Summer travel: Top 10 US road trips

With summer around the corner, the open road beckons. In that spirit, we present our favorite American road trips from the West to the East.

French tourist charged over fatal collision

A French tourist faces charges over a fatal collision with a motorbike in Waikato.

Foreign tourists drive Fraser Island’s 4WD crash numbers up

An overseas tourist was behind the wheel in almost half the serious four-wheel-drive accidents on Fraser Island beaches between 2003 to 2007, statistics reveal.

Fewer Californians will travel on Labor Day

LOS ANGELES - The number of people hitting the road for Labor Day weekend is expected to be sharply down from last year, the Automobile Club of Southern California said on Tuesday.

Fight over driving side switch brewing in Samoa

APIA – The small Pacific island country of Samoa is suffering a case of national road rage over government plans to switch to driving on the left early next month.

Which is safer: The drive to the airport or the flight?

Recent events had me wondering about the accuracy of the old axiom that you're more likely to be killed on the drive to the airport than on the flight.
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