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Germans sleep less and get up earlier than the British, according to a new study which suggests why holidaymakers from Germany get their beach towels on sunloungers first.
NEW YORK, NY - While wine drinking is not linked as closely to American dining and culture as it is with that of some European nations, most Americans buy and drink wine — only 38% say they never bu
The majority of emergency incidents occurring in airports are related to drunk and aggressive passengers, according to intermediate conclusions of the first in-depth study of European airports, conduc
WABAN, Mass. - A new research report rates the customer experience of 206 large companies across 18 industries.
LONDON, England - New Customer Satisfaction Index revealing most satisfied customers by country, based on 65 million consumers in 137 countries has been released.
MUSCAT — Khalil bin Abdullah al Khonji, Chairman of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has said the OCCI is striving to transfer Omran Tourism Development Company’s pioneering experience i
The quarterly Hotel Price Radar by HRS, the hotel portal, has identified a levelling of global hotel prices.
NEW MALDEN, England - According to research carried out by the Year Out Group the most popular gap year destinations are shifting, due in part to the number of people taking a career break, and also b
Skiers and other winter sports tourists who visit the Alps are at increased risk for heart attack due to low temperatures, high altitude and inadequate conditioning for intense physical exertion, find
(eTN) - The Tanzanian government announced last week that they will, in conjunction with development partners and international organizations, establish a climate change research center near Africa’
One of the UK’s leading online independent travel agents has conducted research of 1,826 people to uncover what factors would make up a dream holiday for the majority of British holidaymakers.
The global travel and tourism industry will experience a “multi-speed” recovery taking up to a further four years to fully recover to pre-global downturn levels, reveals a report launched today at
LONDON, June 8/9, 2010 - The DeHaan Institute at Nottingham University will construct a new portal for tourism, “Mega Events,” with a research grant from VISA and working closely with UNWTO and ot
Research by Google suggests that international visitors attending the Soccer World Cup also plan to do some sightseeing in SA.
The Center for Exhibition Industry Research (CEIR) announced the results of its final 2009 CEIR Index report, which indicate that industry declined 12.5 percent.
ATLANTA - PKF Hospitality Research (PKF-HR) today announced that, according to the March 2010 edition of Hotel Horizons®, U.S. hotels should enjoy double-digit revenue growth by 2012.
GENEVA - Swiss tourism was expected to continue to decline amidst the gloomy world economy in 2010 but a rebound was likely in 2011, economic research institute BAK Basel Economics reported Monday.
There is good news and bad news today for the nation's hoteliers.
According to a recent study conducted by the Center of Tourism Research and Information (MAS), the number of the Saudi kingdom's inbound tourists during 2008 increased to more than 28.7 million touris
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