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Fly Dubai is awaiting delivery of the Boeing 737 MAX, the same aircraft that just had a deadly crash when a Lion Air B737 MAX crashed in Indonesia recently. The question of how safe the Boeing 737 MAX was asked by eTurboNews.
The worst American States for visitors and locals to drive are Hawaii and California according to a 2018 survey by the "Bankrate Best States for Drivers Study. When traveling to the Aloha State of Hawaii forget about renting a car or taking an Uber, but think about riding a Charley's.
Being spot on with what island tours have to offer is important as tourists perceive certain destinations, for instance ones in the South-east Asia,...
Heavy snow, ice, rain and thunderstorms will hit travel hard across the south-central United States from Friday to Saturday.
Chiang Mai - A Tourist Police troupe dancing to the Korean pop song "Sorry Sorry" by the Super Junior boy band has become a mega-hit on YouTube.
A 6.5-magnitude earthquake has struck off California's northern coast, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Preliminary Earthquake Report: Magnitude 6.5 Mw
Banjul — The young waitress waved at the empty tables as a clutch of idle cooks bided time in a corner of one of the Gambian capital's trendy restaurants, all eyes fixed on the front door.
NEW DELHI — India's airline sector has moved into negative growth and urgent reforms are needed if it wants to survive a "perfect storm" hitting the industry, an association said Wednesday.
KOLKATA - West Bengal's tourism industry has been hit badly due to the flare-up in the Darjeeling Hills over the demand for a separate Gorkhaland state. More than 100 hotels are lying vacant as tourists are leaving the pretty mountain resort in the wake of the violence. The verdant hills and the Himalayan toy train service are a prime tourist attraction, particularly during the summer.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (eTN) - In a "top to bottom" austerity drive by the Malaysian government to stave off rising global fuel costs, new rulings binding government departments and agencies are expected to hit the tourism sector hard, according to industry leaders.