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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...

EU warns diplomats: Brussels flooded with Russian and Chinese spies

Western diplomats in Brussels must watch where they go for meals and pastimes because the city is crawling with hundreds of Russian and Chinese...

Travel industry: Managing sustainable tourism growth in Europe

Delegates at the Conference on Managing Sustainable Tourism Growth in Europe, organized this week by the European Travel Commission (ETC), were faced with an...

A clear and present danger to American Airlines customers

Getting on an American Airlines flight may not be the same for some passengers after reading a Letter by Doug Parker, CEO of American...

IATA’s chief speaks at CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Affairs Summit in...

Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s Director General and CEO addressed the CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Affairs Summit in Doha, Qatar today: It is a great...

Finnish travelers support renewable jet fuel

A recent public debate of flight-related emissions has had an effect on Finnish consumers. Of all respondents, 50 percent said that they are aware...

Minister: South Africa wants more Chinese tourists

South African Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom said that South Africa wants to attract more Chinese visitors and is striving to make their travel...

Restaurant workers in Nepal consider strike

Hotel and Restaurant Unions in Kathmandu, Nepal are demanding a rollback on a decision to delete a 10% service charge on restaurant bills. The Restaurant and...

In Amsterdam, tourism growth is not the enemy, bad management is

As former Secretary General of the UNWTO, the specialized agency of the UN mandated with promoting healthy and sustainable tourism, I am watching with...

German Federal President stuck in Ethiopia after government plane breaks

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier's flight onboard the Airbus A340 was originally scheduled to depart Addis Ababa for the German capital at 12.30pm CET (11.30am...

Full passenger operations at new Istanbul Airport to start in March

Last year, on October 29, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan opened the new Istanbul Airport with a magnificent ceremony. After just 42 months of...

Flight disruptions and aviation chaos to continue in 2019

2018 turned out to be a very disruptive year for the aviation and travel industry when, for the first time, over 10 million passengers...

De-icing an Air Transat A321 made 185 passengers sick

An airplane leaving from Quebec City's Jean Lesage airport was quickly evacuated today after passengers began to fall ill.  A dozen passengers received medical attention...

Out of the Shadows Index: Child sex abuse and exploitation

Approximately 200 million of the world's children experiencing child sex abuse each year,

Expedia President up for Business Leader of the Year

Ariane Gorin, President of Expedia Partner Solutions (EPS) brand, has been shortlisted for the Women in IT Awards in the Business Leader of the Year category.

Grayling: Preventing ‘drone disruption’ at UK airports impossible

According to UK Secretary of State for Transport, the chaos, recently experienced by passengers at Gatwick and Heathrow, may be repeated. Chris Grayling said...

Tourism’s “Invisible Burden”: Major new report

A new report suggests that wherever it exists, tourism places an “invisible burden” on destinations and their residents.

Tourism Safety in Jamaica: Risk, reality and a new way forward

Dr. Peter Tarlow, who is leading the eTN Travel and & Tourism Safety Training Program is in Jamaica for an important discussion. Jamaica Tourism is facing...

Uganda Wildlife Authority protecting lions, communities and tourism

Experiential tourism was introduced in Uganda to allow visitors to actively participate in monitoring animals that live in the park using tracking devices.

Russia wants to sells its passenger planes to Iran. Not so...

Last year, Russia's JSC Sukhoi Company has signed an agreement to deliver 40 new twin-engine regional passenger jets, Sukhoi Superjet 100R, to two Iranian...

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.

Kashmir travelers annoyed by traffic snarls to Srinagar Airport

Srinagar International Airport is also known as Sheikh-ul-Alam Airport and is plagued with extreme traffic congestion for travelers.

Southwest Airlines Jet bridge at BWI airport collapsed: What will be...

A defective metal bracket on the jet bridge that collapsed and injured six people at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on Saturday will be replaced...

Drop your luggage

The airlines do not care if we are going to be away from home for one hour or one year, baggage is evil and must be stowed away (for a fee).

Ghanaian Tourism Ambassador: Sex is a tourism booster

Ghanaian radio and TV presenter, Abeiku Aggrey Santana, who in 2016 was announced as a Tourism Ambassador for Ghana, has stressed the need to...
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