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Brazil refuses to be promoted as sex tourism hot spot

BRASILIA, Brazil — Brazil's Tourism Ministry asked over 2,000 websites to remove sexual content that promotes Brazil as a prime destination for sex tourism.

Israeli El Al Airlines website attacked

JERUSALEM, Israel - The websites of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and of El Al, the Israeli airline, were brought down Monday morning by an apparent hacking attack.

Colombian online travel sector grows 25 percent

BOGOTA, Colombia - The latest results from a study on the online travel market in Colombia have been released today.

HRS launches reduced commission booking engine for hotel websites

HRS, The Hotel Portal, has launched a free widget that allows hotels to embed the company’s booking engine into their own websites.

Consumer Travel Alliance finds major US airlines not disclosing most fees...

WASHINGTON - The Consumer Travel Alliance (CTA), a non-profit organization promoting consumer interests on travel policy issues, today released an analysis showing that major U.S.

Online agencies upgrade their mobile offerings

Travel suppliers and the online agencies that sell their bookings are targeting a new breed of jet setter who cannot be bothered booking trips in advance.

Jordan Tourism Board launches 2 Chinese websites

AMMAN - The Jordan Tourism Board is targeting tourists from China and Hong Kong with 2 websites in Mandarin and traditional Chinese.

Oban stresses need to talk in tongues at World Travel Market

Oban Multilingual will be sponsoring a World Travel Market seminar on From Brochures to Multilingual SEO - Global Content is Key as part of the Travel Technology at WTM Seminar Program in association

Airline defends ban on ‘touts’

Budget airline Ryanair has today defended its decision to ban bookings made on unauthorised "ticket tout" websites.

Are airlines saving the best deals for their own websites?

The emergence of travel agency sites such as Expedia, Orbitz, and Travelocity signified the first wave of booking airfares online. Then the pre-eminence of travel search engines such as Kayak, Mobissimo, and SideStep heralded the second wave. But now, more and more of the airlines' best fares are not being shared with other channels.