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China uses tourism to pressure New Zealand to make spying easier

Is China keen to export telecommunication equipment to spy on countries. New Zealand thinks so, and tourism has to suffer as a China retaliates. China...

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...

A clear and present danger to American Airlines customers

Getting on an American Airlines flight may not be the same for some passengers after reading a Letter by Doug Parker, CEO of American...

Working with meeting & convention planners

Meeting & Convention Planners (MCPs) play a vital part of the tourism industry.   Not only do they often decide what community will receive a...

World Animal Protection: Traffickers exploit Turkish Airlines in illegal wildlife trade

An investigation by World Animal Protection reveals Turkish Airlines and Turkish Cargo are enabling the exotic pet trade, despite making commitments to tackle wildlife...

Jamaica PM speaks at launch of Global Tourism Resilience & Crisis...

At the launch of the Global Tourism Resilience & Crisis Management Centre, Jamaica Prime Minister Hon. Andrew Holness shared his thoughts on the importance...

Canadians seem to care more about US air traffic safety than...

Trump's government shutdown has left many US federal workers wondering when their next paycheck is going to arrive. With US President Donald Trump hell-bent...

Louvre 10.2 million, New York Metropolitan Museum 7.4 million visitors in...

The “Heavenly Bodies” explored the links between fashion and the Catholic Church and attracted 1.7 million people to the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. The...

Confronting world tourism’s changing economic times

There is little doubt that the tourism industry is facing some interesting and challenging times.

Cyprus swears in its first ever Minister for Tourism

Small Mediterranean island country of Cyprus named former hotel executive Savvas Perdios its first ever Minister for Tourism on Wednesday. The creation of new...

Thailand Tourism Safety Image in question?

A conflict between FIFA, Australia, and Bahrain on a human rights and an asylum case for involving a pro football star Hakeem AlAraibi wanted by his home country Bahrain may disturb the Image of the Travel and Tourism Industry, human rights and safety perception in Thailand.

The 10 commandments of air travel

Delays, cancellations and destroyed travel plans: 2018 has been one of the worst years in terms of flight disruptions.

Ash cloud chaos spreads beyond airlines

The financial cost to business of the airline chaos has intensified, with the ash cloud disruption far from over.

Hotel stocks suffer as travelers cut back

NEW YORK — As the term "staycation" gained traction in the American lexicon, hotel stocks plunged in 2008 as both consumers and businesses cut back on travel spending.

Tourists turn their backs on ‘paradise’ after double murder

Tourism on the island of Antigua has suffered a dramatic downturn since the double murder of honeymooners Ben and Catherine Mullany, according to one of the Caribbean’s leading tourist associations.

With oil prices rising and Britons seeking to tighten their belts...

A couple of weeks ago, the Passenger Shipping Association celebrated its 50th anniversary at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, using the occasion to announce just how buoyant (if you’ll forgive the pun) cruising had been in 2007.
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