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Upheaval in the Arab world has caused a significant drop in tourist visits to Israel, Tourism Minister Stas Meseznikov said on Sunday.
The maritime accident that hit Zanzibar last week has left tourism officials worried that recurring disasters could ruin Tanzania’s image as a tourist destination.
Oprah Winfrey's imprimatur has launched careers, spawned business empires and raised millions of dollars for charity, but the ''Oprah effect'' has not revived Australia's flagging tourism industry in
THE recent diplomatic squabble between the Philippines and China over ownership of the Spratly Islands and other areas in the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea) is not affecting the growth of Chine
CAIRO, Egypt - Egypt's tourism industry, still reeling from political upheavals in the country, will further suffer after the US killing of Al Qaeda's leader Osama Bin Laden, say experts.
GENEVA, Switzerland - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) today announced scheduled international traffic for February 2011 showing increases of 6.0% and 2.3% respectively for passenger
As Mexican officials investigate a bloody attack that left eight people dead in one of the country's most popular vacation destinations, officials there say the drug wars appear to be having little ef
A day after Eilat celebrated the launch of El Al’s new flight route to the resort town, locals were optimistic that these flights would increase tourism to the southern city.
With tar balls washing up on some Florida Panhandle beaches, the state's largest industry could take a huge hit.
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After the 9/11 attacks, vacationers were afraid to fly and South Florida hotels suffered.
ATHENS - Greek tourism leaders said Monday that a strike at the Acropolis was more damaging than the urban unrest scarring Athens - with the global economic downturn their greatest fear.
ISTANBUL: A new era in air travel began on Sunday as it bid farewell to the paper ticket on the eve of the industry's conversion to 100 per cent electronic ticketing at the call of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), representing over 230 global airlines.