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NEW DELHI, India - Three Oberoi hotels have been ranked fifth, eighth and 14th in the world by global magazine Travel+Leisure, it was announced on Friday.
DUBAI - Dubai tops the Middle East and Africa's destination cities by international tourist arrivals, according to new research released by MasterCard yesterday.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - With a heaping 25 percent of its lush green land and pristine coastal areas protected as national parks, reserves and sanctuaries, the DR is the most bio-diverse country in the Ca
WASHINGTON– U.S. Customs and Border Protection announces today some of its top seizures of 2010.
SAN FRANCISCO - Virgin America, the California-based airline that is reinventing travel, took top honors in four categories in the 2010 APEX Passenger Choice Awards.(TM) The Airline Passenger Experien
Fees for checked bags, reservation changes and other services are a bane to fliers these days, but they have become a significant source of revenue for Atlanta’s top two airlines.
Hawaiian Airlines earned the airline industry’s No. 1 ranking for best on-time performance and fewest consumer complaints in August, as reported by the U.S.
Miami ranked No. 8 and Fort Lauderdale was No. 19 on the list of most popular U.S. destinations for domestic and international travels, according to the Hotels.com Hotel Price Index.
Despite a global economic monetary crisis people are still travelling. And France is still the number one destination in the world. Has been for several years running.
Mexico City finished first in a list of the world's most visited religious tourism destinations, ahead of the Vatican and Lourdes in France, reports Milenio.
Belfast has been named as one of 12 top tourist destinations to visit in 2009 by a travel guide publisher.
German national carrier Lufthansa continues to consider Asia as a strong market. “It would be wrong to say that Asia will not be affected by the ongoing financial crisis.
Medical tourism destinations have emerged all over the globe, from Thailand to South Africa, and even European countries such as Hungary. The industry anticipates a great deal of growth in the coming years, from a 2004 estimate of $40 billion to $100 billion by 2012, according to statistics produced by McKinsey & Company and the Confederation of India.