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Africa’s top 10 tech start-ups selected for new Airbus Bizlab program

Airbus and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) have announced the top 10 African tech start-ups that will take part in the latest...

Japanese hotel run by robots fires half of its ‘workforce’

Henn na Hotel, located in the Japanese city of Sasebo, hit the Guinness Book of Records immediately after its opening, because all hotel staff...

Out of the Shadows Index: Child sex abuse and exploitation

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

A tale of two Jamaicas: Jamaicas tourism reality is love for...

Providing a secure and safe Jamaica for tourists is a top priority by Edmund Bartlett, the current minister of tourism. Dr. Peter Tarlow was...

Good news for Cape Town Tourism at CITA

Cape Town International Airport (CTIA), had 2.6 million passengers last year, way os a 9.6 percent growth from 2017. This was  despite the drought...

Gun violence is high, but so is Chicago’s tourism record

Despite gun violence and strained police-community relations, visitors continue to visit The Windy City in record numbers.

Iconic New York City skyscraper is looking for buyer

The owners of the Chrysler Building in New York are planning to sell the skyscraper, according news reports. But this may not be easy,...

Jamaica records 8.6% increase in tourism earnings in 2018

Tourism Minister, Hon Edmund Bartlett says Jamaica saw an 8.6% increase in tourism revenue in 2018. He told a news conference, held at the...

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...

Confronting world tourism’s changing economic times

There is little doubt that the tourism industry is facing some interesting and challenging times.

New York City Town Hall stars Mayor DeBlasio

It is not a surprise that politics has morphed into an entertainment vehicle. The people who populate the White House could easily be mistaken...

Leaving Japan as a tourist: It will cost you!

On Jan. 7, the Japanese government will introduce an international tourist tax. The tax of ¥1,000 (About $10) will be collected from every traveler when they depart from Japan. Japanese travelers will also have to pay.

Say no to ‘mankind’: Political correctness continues to run amok in...

European Parliament, faced with a fracturing union plagued by internal squabbles, has taken decisive action to solve the bloc’s numerous real-world problems, issuing a...

Security expert takes on Rio tourism safety

The security and safety of the bustling city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil is a hot topic these days.

Luxury hotels: The best and the worst

Twelve experienced and discerning researchers brought this year’s inside track on global luxury hotel openings.

Tourism safety in Jamaica: Behind the current headlines of rape and...

Jamaica recently emerged as one of the most progressive destinations in the world when it comes to travel tourism safety and security.

It’s not only FRAPORT or LHR: Also Europe’s regional airports are...

When thinking about airports in Europe, most travel professionals are thinking about London Heathrow, FRAPORT, Munich, Paris De Gaulle. However, Europe’s regional airports are becoming more and...

International Society of Hotel Associations announces 2019 Board of Directors

The International Society of Hotel Associations (ISHA) elected its 2019 Board of Directors recently at its annual meeting in Denver, Colorado, at the Le...

ILTM 2018: 17th edition and largest event to date

Taking place during the first week of December once again in Cannes, ILTM 2018 was the biggest ILTM event ever with 1880 exhibitors from...

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...

India’s new Tourism Secretary addresses Indian Association of Tour Operators

Yogendra Tripathi, the newly-appointed Secretary, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, marked his presence at the special luncheon organized by Indian Association of Tour...

Carriers slow to add in-flight Wi-Fi on international flights

WASHINGTON, D.C. - As competition expands among airlines to offer passengers the latest in-flight entertainment options, intercontinental routes have been slow to add Internet service.

Kingfisher pilots refuse to fly without pay

MUMBAI, India - Kingfisher Airlines may face a critical test in keeping its schedule going from Monday with its pilots refusing to operate flights if their pending salaries and dues are not cleared in

NZ police: Speeding tourists causing problems

Last year's national road toll was the lowest in almost 60 years, and a senior Invercargill police officer says a shift in people's attitudes is partly responsible.
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