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Dubai tourism sector performs well in 2011

DUBAI - Dubai has further consolidated its position on the world tourism map with its hotels and hotel apartments posting impressive all-round performance in hotel guest numbers, cruise passengers, re

Abu Dhabi tourism revenues soar to $111 million

Tourism revenues in Abu Dhabi surged to $111 million in October as a result of the city’s efforts to attract two million visitors by 2011, tourism chiefs said on Wednesday.

Airlines report 13th consecutive month of revenue growth

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

2010 Jordan’s tourism revenues increase 26%

AMMAN - Jordan's tourism revenues in the first seven months this year hit 1.414 billion Jordanian dinars ( about 2 billion U.S.

Saudi Arabia to earn SR66 billion tourism revenues by the end...

The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) estimates that tourism revenues in the Kingdom will reach by the end of 2010 about SR66 billion (US$17.6 billion), which compromises a growth ra

Laos reaps tourism gold

From here on, Laos is expected to no longer sport a tag as an exotic, landlocked country in Southeast Asia that has innocently locked itself in from the rest of the region, the continent and the world

Revenues of Saudi summer festivals: SR 1 billion

A recent statistical report executed by MAS center showed that tourism revenues for KSA's summer festivals reached SR 1.2 billion. Mr.

Paris hopes US visitors will boost tourism revenues

PARIS — Paris is counting on American tourists — and a new law allowing more stores to open on Sundays — to boost tourism revenues pinched by the global financial downturn.

Ryanair – sad clown in the airline circus

Ryanair saw its shares drop 13 percent yesterday, after it announced that it yearly profits will likely be lower than hoped.

Bali tourism fully recovers … so what?

Concerted efforts designed to revive Bali's tourism industry, which had been devastated by two violent bomb attacks on the resort island in 2002 and 2005, have born fruit.

Hotels saw big slump in revenues this summer

Revenue at Hawai'i hotels slid by $156 million in April through August of this year in comparison to the same period last year, according to an industry analysis released today by Hospitality Advisors

Amadeus launches airline service fees

Bangkok, Thailand - Amadeus today announced the launch of the first module of Amadeus Airline Service Fees, the industry’s first solution to automatically price and collect ticketing fees through mu

U.S. losing billions on potential travelers

As the economy weakens, the $750 billion-a-year travel industry is trying to find new ways to promote incoming international travel. In the past six years, the industry figures it has lost $130 billion in potential revenue from foreign visitors, Roger Dow, head of the Travel Industry Association, said on the sidelines of an industry meeting.

Airline faces extra £45m fuel bill

Budget airline easyJet braced investors for lower profits after warning of a potential £45 million hike in fuel costs. Chief executive Andy Harrison said the recent "unprecedented" rise in fuel costs would impact on second half profits if maintained.

Asia Pacific tourism revenues set to rise by 2010

SINGAPORE - Tourism revenues in the Asia Pacific region will increase to 4.6 trillion U.S. dollars with visitor arrivals reaching close to 500 million by the end of 2010, the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) said on Wednesday.

Turkey sets $50 bln target in tourism revenues

Already a powerful player in the global tourism market, Turkey is eyeing much higher targets in terms of both number and tourism revenues by 2023, when it will celebrate the100th anniversary of the Turkish Republic’s foundation.

Hawaii interisland airline go! lost $20M

go! airline, the interisland carrier known for low fares, lost nearly $20 million during its first 16 months of operations, according to a federal filing yesterday. go! remains committed to Hawai'i for the long term, but "clearly, we're disappointed with our results," said Jonathan Ornstein, CEO of go! parent Mesa Air Group.
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