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US Tourism industry presses for shutdown to government shutdown

Group tour and travel associations from the US Tourism industry came together to urge Congress and the Administration to end the government shutdown immediately.

African Tourism Board: Kenya tourism resilience is an example to the...

The African Tourism Board strongly condemned the terror attack that occurred today at the luxury Dusit Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya.

Commercial demand helps European hotels’ profit growth in November

Demand from the commercial segment accounted for more than 40 percent of accommodated roomnights in November and helped fuel a 5.2-percent year-on-year increase in...

UK hotels: Second consecutive month of profit growth in November

Building on October’s GOPPAR gains, UK hotels successfully produced a second consecutive month of profit growth in November, positioning hotels in the region to...

Jamaica’s Tourism Minister mourns passing of Walton Crooks

The Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett has expressed sadness at the passing of Montego Bay entertainment entrepreneur, Walton “Walt” Crooks who died suddenly...

Marriott data breach: Passports not encrypted

Marriott said for the first time that 5.25 million passport numbers were kept in the Starwood system in plain, unencrypted data files

Critical Thinking Reform in Saudi Arabia’s schools includes tourism

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s 2030 has a vision that includes a reform to decrease Saudi Arabia's dependence on oil revenues through upgrades to its economy and public service sectors such as education, health, infrastructure, and tourism.

A bat which looks like actor Lance Bass in Greater Mekong...

A bat which looks like singer/actor Lance Bass, a gibbon named for Luke Skywalker, and a toad which seems to have come from Lord of the Rings “Middle Earth," are among 157 new species discovered in the Greater Mekong Region last year, according to a new report from the World Wildlife Fund. 

Head-on collision: 9 killed, dozens injured in Turkish high-speed train disaster

At least nine people were killed and 47 others injured when a high-speed train crashed into a pilot engine traveling along the same rails...

Airline Safety: Lion Air says NO to Boeing 737 MAX cancelling...

Lion Air doesn't trust Boeing and the owner of Indonesia's largest low cost airline is taking safety over an economic loss.

IATA: Airlines heading for a decade in the black

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) forecasts the global airline industry net profit to be $35.5 billion in 2019, slightly ahead of the $32.3...

Travel alert! Everyday Carry Shirt to prevent pickpocketing?

A former U.S. State Department Security Officer has a safety message for business travelers and advice for tourists with a solution for everyone carrying...

Jamaica’s Tourism Minister Bartlett mourns the death of Senator Frank Pringle

Jamaica's Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett has offered condolences to the family of former Minister of Tourism, Senator Donald Frank McKenzie Pringle, who died...

Avoiding worst affects of jet lag while traveling

For every traveler, sleep deprivation known as jet lag, is always a real possibility. Don’t let the name confuse you, jet lag can affect...

Jamaica Tourism Minister calls for greater harmonization of tourism and culture

Speaking on the Ministerial panel in Istanbul yesterday, Jamaica Minister of Tourism, Honorable Edmund Bartlett asserted that tourism was but the marketing of culture.

Profit slide continues for Middle East & North Africa hotels

Waning revenues and rising costs have conspired to hobble profit per room at hotels in the Middle East & North Africa, as GOPPAR in...

Full visa liberalization for Chinese tourists will boost EU economy

Europe’s visa regimes are among the most restrictive in the world according to the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) which estimated that 74%...

ATA: US industry, economy will lose billions due to EU ETS

WASHINGTON - The Air Transport Association of America (ATA), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S.

FAA employees urge immediate action on FAA furloughs

WASHINGTON - Today, approximately 4,000 employees at the FAA represented by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NAT

Premier’s decision puts Cayman cruise tourism at risk

The decision by the premier not to extend the deal with developers GLF over the construction of the cruise berthing facilities in George Town is putting the industry in further jeopardy, according to

Air Zimbabwe lost $8.67M because of pilots strike

HARARE - Air Zimbabwe pilots strike has cost airline about $8.67 million in potential earnings. The pilots, who were demanding outstanding allowances, struck on September 7.

Tourism chief: Cumbria could lose out in the tourism stakes

Cumbria could lose out to Scotland, Wales and Ireland in terms of future visitor numbers, the county's tourism chief has warned.

Cellphones and laptops taking bite out of hotel revenue

The nation's hotel industry, already struggling to pull out of its worst slump in decades, is now suffering from another loss in revenue because of the booming popularity of cellphones and laptop comp

Pakistan International Airlines reports $51 million loss

Pakistan International Airlines Corp., the nation’s largest carrier, posted a wider loss in the second quarter after fuel costs rose.

SAS reports loss, says volcano ash to blame

STOCKHOLM — Beleaguered Scandinavian airline SAS on Wednesday said it narrowed its losses in the second quarter but remained deep in the red due to the flight chaos caused by a cloud of volcanic ash
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