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A new event seeks to raise awareness of growing global interest in ecotourism and at the same time, create opportunities that benefit this mammal, the environment and local communities.
JINAN, China - An austerity campaign launched in China has produced a chilling effect on the tourism industry, with travel agencies having to realign their strategies to heat up their profits.
SEOUL, Korea - Korean travel agencies asked for financial help from the government on Monday to assuage their financial difficulties amid a sharp decline in the number of Japanese tourists to South Ko
SHANGHAI, China - The Shanghai Travelers' Club has the pleasure to announce the results of its 2013 Luxury Travel Awards.
Florida regulators have charged six travel agencies, including one in Boynton Beach, with using unlicensed agents to sell bogus trip insurance policies through a company never authorized to do busines
Despite the current global economic downturn, the number of Japanese tourist arrivals is expected to increase by 4 percent to 5 percent this year, Tourism Bureau Director General Janice Lai said Wedne
US airlines have made a real meal out of charging for niceties -- like pillows, choice seats and food -- that used to be part of standard fares, but they aren't making it easy for passengers to know w
Alexandria, VA - In today's world, it is increasingly important that travel agency owners and managers be aware of the key industry issues that face them and take advantage of professional development
CHICAGO - Online travel agencies, after growing rapidly for years, could face a slump in bookings later this year when U.S. airlines start reducing the number of tickets for sale.
In a move that will be welcomed by many professional travel agents, California Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. has sued YourTravelBiz.com for operating a gigantic pyramid scheme.
The Consumer Council warned on Monday that travel agents and airlines charging an extra "fuel levy" after plane tickets have been ordered and paid for are acting "illegally".
Senior travel agency HR directors have defended their use of reduced-hours staff after a senior figure publicly told them: "don't employ part-timers".
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO — The Department of Tourism in Central Luzon has warned the public about an “instant visa” racket and called as “fraudulent and utter falsehoods” reports that some travel agencies exert “inside influence” at the United States Embassy in Manila.