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DALLAS - Hoteliers in popular trade show cities are faring better in 2010 than the last two years.
TOKYO -Japan Airlines Corp. said Monday that passenger traffic on its international services increased 1.6 percent in May from a year earlier to 795,927, a first rise in eight months.
A jump in the number of visitors traveling to Maui in February helped offset declines on the other major islands, the Hawai'i Tourism Authority reported yesterday.
SAO PAULO - Air travel in Brazil, the largest Latin American aviation market, posted its biggest increase in five years in 2009, reflecting the country's resilience to the worst downturn in global civ
LAS VEGAS — Tourism officials say the number of visitors to Las Vegas increased 4.3 percent in September, marking the first year-over-year monthly increase since May 2008.
ZAGREB - Croatia's leading hotelier, Valamar VLHO.ZA, sees revenues rising 7 percent this year, with hotel upgrades helping it buck the global sector downturn that has dented tourism worldwide, a comp
Tourism authorities in Western Australia say the rising fortunes of the budget airline industry is helping the sector survive the global economic downturn.
The travel sector is braced for a surge in holiday season internet and telephone payment fraud attempts, as financial crime responds to the recession and improved credit card security.
Denver International Airport says operating revenues increased 2.0 percent in 2008, thanks largely to a 2.8 percent increase in passenger traffic.
CHICAGO - Airline passenger satisfaction rose 3% in the first quarter, as measured by the American Customer Satisfaction Index at the University of Michigan.
A tourism official worries that soaring gas costs are going to keep consumers close to home this summer.With oil trading at a record high Tuesday, and gas prices following, Tourism Industry Association of Canada chief executive Randy Williams is concerned.