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Prague Airport opens new Commercial Zone

Prague Airport has launched operations of a new commercial zone at Terminal 2 featuring a total of 2,200 sq.m. The new area, located...

Railway Campaign for foreign tourists to Japan features famous comic character

Seibu Railway Co., Ltd. -- which links the Tokyo hubs of Ikebukuro and Shinjuku with well-established destinations, Chichibu and Kawagoe, in Saitama Prefecture --...

Federal employees impacted by government shutdown at Silicon Valley Airport get...

Produce and non-perishable foods weer distributed to SJC staff affected by the government shutdown.

Italian Railways CEO announces over 4,000 new recruits

The CEO of the Italian Railways Group announced that over 4,000 new employees will be recruited during 2019.

$12.60 per gallon: Zimbabwe sets world’s gasoline price record

Zimbabwe is in the midst of an severe economic crisis and acute shortage of foreign currency, which has led to fuel, bread and other...

African Union to reveal details on issuance of African passport

The AU will present specific details on the production and issuance of the African passport.

Art + Design. Wit, humor and WOW

In New York, thousands art connoisseurs, collectors, gallery owners (and their staff), interior designers converged on the Park Avenue Armory to raise money for charities.

UNWTO chief: Growth of African Tourism as industry remains resilient

The festive season in Africa also marks the highest season in the tourism industry, as demand for getaway destinations in the continent surges. According...

Iran announces its first sports trade show

Iran is planning to hold its first sports trade show on January 9 and January 10, 2019, official IRNA news agency reported. The exhibition, to...

Asia thumps New York fashion

According to the Business of Fashion Report (McKinsey & Company 2017), “The West will no longer be the global stronghold for fashion sales.”

Top countries most of world’s ultra-wealthy call home

Aggregate global wealth grew by $14 trillion, hitting an enormous figure of $317 trillion over the 12 months through the end of October, according...

Young, self-made and female: Chinese women spearheading global luxury spending

Modern wealth in Asia appears to be increasingly young, self-created and… female, according to a Julius Baer report. The bank says that women, especially...

Air Partner delivering humanitarian aid

Air Partner delivers relief goods and humanitarian aid to those in need throughout the year.

Vancouver International Airport welcomes 25-millionth airline passenger

Today, Vancouver International Airport (YVR) served its 25-millionth annual passenger, two years ahead of forecast. This accelerated growth can be attributed to a strong...

Local farmers earn over $39 million from tourism

The Jamaica Tourism Agri-Linkages Exchange (ALEX) pilot project has assisted 400 local farmers with the marketing of approximately 360,000 kg of agricultural produce valued at over $39 million.

Africa Hospitality Report 2018/19 launched

The 2nd edition of Jumia’s Africa Hospitality Report looks at the 2017/2018 trends in the continent’s tourism, travel, hospitality and aviation industries.

Highlight of 2018 China Sports Culture Expo & China Sports Tourism...

On December 11th, the grand opening ceremony of the 2018 China Sports Culture Expo & China Sports Tourism Expo. China Sports Culture Expo is...

Minister Bartlett to deliver remarks at official opening of Agri-linkages Exchange...

Jamaica's Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett will deliver remarks at the opening of the Agri-linkages Exchange (ALEX) Center. ALEX is an innovative online platform, which...

Benchmark to eliminate single use plastics from all 80 hotels

"I want to say one word to you. Just one word… Plastics.” Those immortal lines from The Graduate, an iconic film released in 1967,...

Singapore tourists’ customer satisfaction levels drop

SINGAPORE: A survey has found that tourists are less satisfied with the quality of goods and services in Singapore compared to the year before.

Cuban “mule” industry, fueled by Bush-era travel restrictions, may be on...

On the streets of Havana, sidewalk vendors offer Lacoste sunglasses, Adidas sneakers and many other foreign-designer wares - many acquired from Miami visitors who carry the goods in their luggage clai

New York? London? Moscow? Guess again…

Thinking about going traveling overseas this summer? If you’re American, you might want to avoid Japan.

Amid oil boom, inflation makes Saudis feel poorer

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia - Sultan al-Mazeen recently stopped at a gas station to fill up his SUV, paying 45 cents a gallon — about one-tenth what Americans pay these days.
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