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New US Cuban sanctions target tourism, remittances and banking

The US is targeting Cuba with additional sanctions, including restricting travel to the island nation, limiting remittances, and sanctioning additional entities, White House national...

US airlines wrongfully reject over 25% of their passengers’ compensation claims

Consumer rights advocacy group released the results of a new study showing that United States airlines wrongfully reject more than 25% of compensation claims,...

Gavel slams: Airbnb not eligible for privileged tax treatment

A report released on behalf of the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) calls on state and local government leaders to reject Airbnb’s future pursuit...

UK Foreign Office urged to update UAE travel warnings

British legal group Detained in Dubai has urged the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to update its UAE travel warnings to UK tourists...

The best way to stop laser strikes on aircraft

Pointing a laser at an aircraft can temporarily blind a pilot, and it is a federal crime carrying fines up to US$250,000 or up...

Hawaii Tourism Authority appoints new Director of Communications and Public Relations

The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) announced today that Marisa Yamane, a longtime award-winning journalist, has been appointed as director of communications and public relations....

Benchmark appoints new Regional Director of Revenue Management

Benchmark has appointed Michael Botha regional director of revenue management. Eric Gavin, Benchmark’s chief sales officer, made the announcement. “I am very pleased to welcome...

WikiLeaks founder Assange arrested in London after Ecuador axes asylum deal

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been dragged out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where he has spent the last seven years. That's after...

Keeping Alitalia airline afloat: 900 million euro bridge loan conversion

Italy’s last council of ministers have approved a new decree law with 11 new rules presented by the Minister of Economic Development, Luigi Di...

From fines to execution: Phuket tourists warned to think twice about...

Visitors to Thailand who are looking to tick so-called ‘runway selfies’ off their bucket list may soon kick the bucket themselves under a new...

What smart travelers know

A record-breaking number of Americans are traveling, but most are unprepared for the journey - more than 90% of US travelers don't know their...

Cable Car to be introduced on Mount Kilimanjaro, amid protest

A cable car is to be rolled out on Mount Kilimanjaro by a foreign company to improve access and boost tourism, amid strong protest...

American Tourist Kidnapped in Uganda: African Tourism Board in action with...

Not only leopards were roaming Queen Elizabeth National Park today, but criminals who kidnapped an elderly American tourist in the park today, and put...

Pope Francis appoints Tanzanian prelate to represent the Vatican in New...

Pope Francis has appointed the Tanzanian born prelate, Archbishop Novatus Rugambwa, as Apostolic Nuncio to New Zealand and Apostolic Delegate to the countries of...

Hotel owners warned: Groundbreaking sex trafficking lawsuits hold owners liable

  Two women recently filed lawsuits against several owners and operators of hotels in Philadelphia, alleging that the hotels had failed to protect them against...

U.S. State Department tells tourists Brunei is safe, except for death...

The U.S. State Department is telling American travelers, Brunei is one of the safest countries in the world to visit. Brunei safer than the...

Death for gay guests at Beverly Hills Hotel or Hotel Bel‑Air?...

The Beverly Hills Hotel and Hotel Bel-Air are part of the Dorchester Collection group and upscale 5-star accommodation in Beverly Hills 2 miles from West...

Developing safety and security for children during travel

Safety and security are always a concern of the travel industry, no matter who the traveler might be. A major issue when dealing with...

Brunei Travel: Ready to be stoned to death? How will WTTC...

Brunei is becoming a deadly place to visit starting April 3, specially if you are member of the LGBT Community. Next week the World Travel...

UNESCO, African Union and Ethiopia Role Model on World Press Freedom?

Ethiopian Airlines, has been chosen as the Official Carrier for the 2019 World Press Freedom Day Global Conference to be held in Addis Ababa...

FlyersRights files lawsuit against US DOT for not enforcing flight delay...

FlyersRights.org has filed a lawsuit against the US Department of Transportation (DOT) in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals over its refusal to enforce...

What is the discussion at the UNWTO / ICAO Ministerial Conference...

A Panel discussion is ongoing and a packed program are planned today for delegates in Sai Island, Cabo Verde attending the First UNWTO/ ICAO...

IGLTA Foundation adds industry leaders from Google & Airbnb to its...

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association Foundation announced today that Dougal Mckenzie, Head of Industry, Travel, at Google, and Maria Cuba, Global Diversity Lead for...

Frankfurt airport grounds all flights after drone sighting

Frankfurt am Main Airport (Frankfurt Airport), the largest airport in Europe, had to halt all incoming and outgoing flights after the drone that was...

FlyersRights asking DOT to regulate airline change fees

When Congress deregulated airline prices, routes, and schedules in 1978, Congress preserved the DOT’s responsibility to ensure that international prices and fees remained “reasonable.”...
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