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Before Aviva Pearson started with Simpleview in February of 2012 as its newest Director of Business Development, her goal was to work with a company who had built a strong reputation in the industry a
LONDON, England - A new breed of 'Xtreme shoppers' has been identified, amongst whom the European ones are outpacing their American counterparts when it comes to use of technology for shopping.
European cities, including London, reported double-digit price rises compared with the third quarter of last year according to hotel portal HRS, in its recent price radar.
BERLIN, Germany – Good news for European tourism: despite continuing economic turbulence, European tourism industry figures are up.
ETOA (European Tour Operators Association) will be holding a dedicated city tourism seminar in Florence on March 21.
The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) is insisting that the European Commission re-examine compensation legislation following the Eyjafjallajoekull volcanic ash cloud earlier this year.
(eTN) - The European Union (EU) emission trading scheme has been a challenge to airlines flying into European airspace, and foreign carriers have progressively started to comply with monitoring and re
LOS ANGELES, CA - In May of this year, the European Association of Event Centres (EVVC) and Green Globe developed and introduced a joint certification process for event venues, which has already been
NUREMBERG, Germany - When you are on vacation and touring around in the summer heat, sometimes one the best parts of the day is returning to your air-conditioned hotel room.
ITALY (eTN) - EHMA (European Hotel Managers Association), the association of profesionals of the hospitality industry in Europe, entrusted Mr.
Bikini-clad sunbathers in some parts of Europe are finding out that life’s not such a beach when they wear skimpy clothes.
DUBLIN – Iceland's clouds of volcanic ash are menacing European air traffic again, but transport chiefs insisted Tuesday they are learning from last month's crisis and won't let the hard-to-measure
John Boon was a vibrant product of an era when inbound tourism, and inbound group tourism in particular, dominated tourism. He was one of the major forces in that industry.
MADRID — Amadeus IT Holdings SA is set to price its initial public offering on Tuesday, testing investors' appetite for Spanish-listed travel stocks at a time when both the Spanish economy and globa
MIAMI - European tourists stranded in Florida because of a volcanic ash cloud that has paralysed air travel to and from northern Europe got some good news on Monday: an offer of free one-day passes to
Two unprofitable carriers, British Airways (BA) and Spanish carrier, Iberia, signed a merger agreement on Thursday with the expectation that doing so will save them US$533 million a year and secure th
Traffic figures for the beginning of the new year reveal improving signs of recovery at European airports.
Following the bomb blast at the German Bakery a famous eatery frequented by foreigners in Pune on Saturday, tourists arriving from Europe are advised to take maximum precaution, while travelling to th
Agoda.com, a leading Asia-based hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline.com, singles out some of Europe’s best off-season destinations with the top 5 European hot spots for winter 09/
In the calendar year following the worldwide economic and financial crisis the international travel industry has experienced a serious decline but nonetheless has survived this period in better shape
Senior management and decision makers from Europe’s travel and tourism industry will gather at the five-star Marriott Praia D’El Rey on October 17 for a weekend of high-level networking and some s
The concept of health tourism is not new.
Award-winning European river cruise line, AMAWATERWAYS, announced its World’s Largest River Cruise Sale featuring savings up to US$3,000 per stateroom on select cruise departures in 2009 and 2010.