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TAP Air Portugal will fly five weekly nonstop round-trips, year-round, between San Francisco and Lisbon from June next year. San Francisco International Airport...
Heavy snow, ice, rain and thunderstorms will hit travel hard across the south-central United States from Friday to Saturday.
NEW YORK, NY - Many people have fond memories of those summer vacations of their youth – hanging out at the beach with siblings, getting told by Dad to be quiet or he'll pull the car over, and just
NEW YORK, NY - As summer travel season approaches, Americans planning vacations – particularly those planning on flying – have a lot of decisions ahead.
NEWTON, Mass. - TripAdvisor today announced the results of its fourth annual vacation rentals survey of more than 1,300 U.S. travelers, predicting increasing demand for rental properties.
For the second consecutive year, the outlook for summer travel continues to brighten with more than three in five U.S.
The Office of Travel and Tourism Industries (OTTI) in the International Trade Administration, US Department of Commerce issued the follow data on US travel to overseas markets, showing numbers were up
Cheapflights.com, a provider of online travel deals, has said it recently conducted a survey to gauge how important holiday travel is to US travelers given the current state of the economy.
Despite the downward revision of the country's economic growth forecast, US tour operators predict US travelers will return to Europe in growing numbers.
Portugal’s tourism officials are saying their country is winning tourists, and they have the figures to prove it.
REYKJAVÍK, Iceland (eTN) - More Swiss, German and American tourists visited Iceland in April 2009 than in 2008, according the Iceland Tourist Board.
In the midst of frigid temperatures and a sub-zero economic climate, seven in 10 (69 percent) Canadians say they’re still planning to take a vacation within the next year.
The demand for Tanzania remains high and bookings have been brisk, tour operators all over the United States have confirmed.
A survey conducted by credit card giant Visa has found that the dollar’s decline hasn’t dampened enthusiasm for travel abroad among large numbers of Americans – but it has shortened the distance
(eTN) - Carrot shooter, chicken liver, caviar, an oysters bar, sushi, a "pots and pans" drum show to introduce the main courses of the evening, double disc jockeys and booze to no end.