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International travel drives February growth at Ontario International Airport

More than 363,000 airline passengers moved through Southern California's Ontario International Airport (ONT) in February, an increase of 2.7%, or roughly 10,000 travelers, over...

Italy travel: Extraordinary opening of hidden treasures to the world

An extraordinary opening is about to take place of over 1,100 sites in 430 locations in Italy, from the Palazzo della Consulta in Rome...

Marriott International appoints new member to Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of Marriott International, Inc. said today it has appointed Margaret M. McCarthy, Executive Vice President at CVS Health Corporation, as...

Trump appoints former Delta Air Lines executive new FAA chief

Former chief of flight operations for Delta Air Lines was appointed by President Trump to run the Federal Aviation Administration, currently under scrutiny for...

John Q. Hammons: Master hotel developer and builder

One of the great hoteliers/developers of our time, John Q. Hammons developed 200 hotel properties in 40 states. But mere statistics hide the essence...

Jamaica Tourism Minister lauds Tourism Service Excellence finalists

Jamaica Tourism Minister Hon. Edmund Bartlett has lauded the contribution of the finalists who will vie for the coveted award of national champions in...

Tourism icon Eduardo Fayos-Solá died

Eduardo Fayos-Solá (Spain) passed away this morning. He is seen as one the icons in the travel and tourism industry for decades. He was the...

Four Seasons Pop Down is coming to Hong Kong

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced that Four Seasons Pop Down Hong Kong, the fourth in a global series of immersive events, will arrive...

United Airlines spends US$1.6 billion at LAX airport

"Our continued investments emphasize our commitment to our customers in Los Angeles as California's global airline,” said United Airlines Chief Operations Officer Greg Hart,...

Statement issued after deadly Boeing 767-300 crash in Houston

Miami to Houston was a deadly flight for the crew on Atlas Air Worldwide. The Boeing 767-300 crashed out of unknown reason into a...

Hotel History: The Americana of New York

The Americana of New York opened on September 25, 1962 as a 2,000-room convention hotel. It was constructed by brothers Laurence Tisch and Preston...

Best hotels in the world named

The 14th annual It List, a selection of the best new and renovated hotels in the world, was released today. Each year travel experts check...

United Airlines to serve Tokyo Haneda Airport from six leading US...

United Airlines announced today it has filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) for a total of six daily nonstop flights...

Four Seasons Resort Seychelles celebrates 10th anniversary

A Cocktail reception and special Bazar Labrin evening was organised by the Four Seasons Resorts Seychelles on Friday February 8, 2019 to mark the...

IMEX Frankfurt Association Day centers on high value insights & inspiration

“I’m always looking for support with innovation and Association Day provides the perfect opportunity to get new ideas.” Danielle Michel, Director of Corporate Program...

Rats on the rise in Barbados: Ministry steps in

The rat population is on the rise in Barbados, and the Ministry of Health and Wellness has stepped in and allocated BBD $155,000 to...

Syria welcomes visitors with open arms: Is Syria Safe tor tourism?

Syrians escape an inhuman regime by the million. European countries are in a state of crisis trying to welcome Syrian refugees, but at the FITUR...

All about whiskey

The world of whiskey extends well beyond smelling, sipping and tasting. To learn about the brown liquid in your glass you should speak with...

Former ZImbabwe Tourism Minister Dr. Walter Mzembi is alive

The former Minister of Tourism and Hospitality for Zimbabwe, Dr. Walter Mzembi talked to eTurboNews Sunday night  from his residence in Johannesburg after social...

Hotel history: The Grand on Mackinac Island still thriving after 132...

The "Grand" as it is called on the island, is a historic coastal resort with a spectacular 660-foot long, three-story high porch. Below this...

Jamaica Prime Minister calls for greater collaboration for sustainable resilience in...

Prime Minister of Jamaica, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness says that greater effort has to be placed in strengthening linkages with key industries to...

International LGBTQ+ Travel Association to honor Miami tourism pioneer

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association (IGLTA) will present the Hanns Ebensten Hall of Fame Award to George Neary, a longtime advocate for LGBTQ+ tourism,...

Hilton has to pay $21 million for civil rights violation, but...

Towering over Brickell Avenue, Conrad Miami offers the ultimate in luxury accommodations, a serene rooftop pool, sprawling vistas of the bay, and easy access...

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...

Hotel history: Hotel Bossert once owned by Jehovah’s Witnesses

The Hotel Bossert was built in 1909 by Louis Bossert, a Brooklyn lumber magnate, as a residential hotel in Brooklyn Heights. The historic 14-story,...
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