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Indian authorities suspend 105 hotel licenses after deadly Delhi hotel fire

Six days after a deadly inferno at Hotel Arpit Palace that killed 17 people, the Delhi Fire Services (DFS) on Monday suspended licenses of...

China tells Mt Everest tourists to clean up after themselves

An official from the Chinese Mountaineering Association (CMA) said that Mt Everest climbers “will now be required to carry all their waste out with...

Six destinations to become leaders of Salento’s 2019 tourist season

Salento, located at the southern end of Apulia in Southern Italy, keeps building up its image and the consequent increase of tourism demand. ...

IBTM Arabia: Business events in UAE and GCC – what you...

Some of the fastest growing economies in the world can be found in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). In recent years,...

First Brexit airline casualty: flybmi left all passengers stranded

Airlines need to plan the exit from the EU in Britain, but with the current impossible and unpredictable situation for airlines to plan ahead,...

Why does the European Union Parliament condemn Zimbabwe again?

The European Union yesterday renewed sanctions against Zimbabwe after condemning the chaotic situation of human right abuses in that Southern African country. Here is what...

IATA urges US government, industry, to work together to grow aviation’s...

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged the United States government and industry to work together to ensure that aviation is able to accommodate...

“Doha Declaration” calls for review of existing aviation regulatory framework

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, has welcomed the publication of the “Doha Declaration”, a manifesto that calls for...

FAA makes major drone ID marking change

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has posted a rule in the Federal Register requiring small drone owners to display the FAA-issued registration number on...

EU and UK reach post-Brexit visa-free travel agreement

The endless debate regarding the forthcoming Brexit rules between Europe and the Unite Kingdom seems to have come to a final agreement that will...

IATA’s chief speaks at CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Affairs Summit in...

Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s Director General and CEO addressed the CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Affairs Summit in Doha, Qatar today: It is a great...

Airbus creates first electric airplane race

Airbus has announced a global partnership with Air Race E, the world’s first electric airplane race set to launch its inaugural series in 2020. ...

Deal or no deal, EU will allow short-term visa-free travel for...

The European Union council has agreed to allow UK citizens visa-free travel to EU member states, even in the event of the UK leaving...

Greece Tourism presents Attica wine & food experience

A new itinerary in the land of gods and heroes deepens visitors’ knowledge of the land’s nectar. It was a trip proposed by the...

Russia: Passengers or not, ‘disaster-threatening’ aircraft will be shot down

The Russian defense ministry wants to confirm its authority to shoot down planes that violate the country’s airspace and threaten a major disaster or...

EU: ‘Golden visas’ bring corruption and money laundering in their wake

The European Union is set to urge member states on Wednesday to crack down on schemes to grant “golden visas” to foreign investors, warning...

Montreal Convention: United Airlines must pay 250 freezing stranded passengers $5700...

United Airlines is speechless. The Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for International Carriage by Air, also known as the Montreal Convention may cost United...

Keeping your furry children happy while traveling

The public perception of airline travel for pets has taken a severe blow due to exaggerated accounts of pet deaths.

Irish carrier named ‘worst short-haul airline’ for the sixth year running

According to the latest survey of UK airline passengers, low-cost Irish carrier Ryanair ranked at the very bottom of 19 carriers flying from the...

Illegal: Uber banned in Brussels

A Belgian commercial court has declared Uber illegal in Brussels. The Dutch-speaking tribunal of Commerce sided with local taxi companies and outlawed the ride-hailing service in the Belgian capital.

Critical Thinking Reform in Saudi Arabia’s schools includes tourism

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s 2030 has a vision that includes a reform to decrease Saudi Arabia's dependence on oil revenues through upgrades to its economy and public service sectors such as education, health, infrastructure, and tourism.

Human Rights Violation in New Zealand against Foreign Tourists?

In Hawaii, they call it Kamaaina Rates, in Indonesia hotel rates for locals, are highly discounted, but in New Zealand, such advantages are human...

Charles de Gaulle airport rolls out new taxi rules to prevent...

Paris’s Charles de Gaulle airport has announced new taxi rules after an unregistered illegal acb driver charged a Thai tourist couple €247 ($283) for...

Two Korean tourists in Northern Thailand dead after golfing accident

The two Korean couples arrived in Thailand on Christmas Eve for a holiday. Now the two men are dead after drowning in a golfing...

American Hotel & Lodging Association welcomes Washington State Appeals Court ruling

The Washington State Court of Appeals on Monday invalidated Seattle Initiative 124, a ballot measure passed in 2016 affecting hotel employees and guests. In...
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