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GREEN, Ohio - 2012 was an amazing year for the little airport that could! Records were busted at every level.
PLANO, Texas - London isn't the only place world records were made last week—a single group of nearly 3,000 vacationers descended upon Cancun's Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort to set what the host c
WASHINGTON, DC - Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade association for the leading U.S.
COLOMBO - A record number of tourists visited Sri Lanka this year with the 800,000th visitor for 2011 arriving from London recently, marking a milestone in the country’s tourism records.
Malta is eyeing new records in the number of tourist arrivals and the number of cruise visitors, Parliamentary Secretary Mario de Marco said this morning.
VIENNA, Austria - Vienna set two new records in the first six months of 2011: visitor bed nights rose 5.3% to 5 million and net bed night turnover for hotels went up 12.1% to EUR 182.3 million in the
MEXICO CITY, Mexico - From January to May 2011, the number of international visitors to Mexico grew 2.1 percent compared to the same period in 2010.
TripAdvisor(R)celebrates becoming the first travel brand to have more than 40 million unique visitors in one month.
The U.S. government on Thursday proposed to fine American Airlines $24.2 million for alleged maintenance violations that led to thousands of flight cancellations two years ago.
A record number of passengers since the beginning of 2010 departed Moscow on August 8 amid heavy smog in the city, a spokesman for the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, said on Monday
New England ports see a bright spot on the horizon as they prepare for what they expect will be a record number of cruise ships during the tourism season this year.
The chairman of Air India's parent company defended the airline's record after a fatal crash Saturday, saying that the pilot and co-pilot were qualified and experienced, not fatigued, and were flying
JOHANNESBURG — South Africa received a record 9.5 million tourists in 2008, up 5.5 percent annually, but is counting on the World Cup to reverse a slowdown felt this year, the tourism minister said
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