The World Travel Awards Africa and Indian Ocean Ceremony is taking place in July - but the fight is just beginning to make it on to the coveted winners' platform.
Queenstown's five-star Millbrook resort has again been named among the world's best golf resorts by a prestigious Australian travel magazine.
A new report finds that while the luxury travel sector in Europe fell by 18% last year, seeing only 5% of travellers categorized in this sector, it still made up a large chunk of the total amount of ...
The Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) has entered into an industry partnership agreement with IMEX America.
The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners today approved a million-dollar settlement agreement between Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and several airlines.
European duty free retailers are set to see a boost in business as several Canadian airports will soon eases its rules on liquids, aerosols and gels.
Three are dead and 29 injured after a Rovos Rail service derailed between Pretoria and Cape Town in South Africa yesterday, initial reports are citing failed brakes or a decoupling of carriages as th...
Qantas resumed flights to and from Europe late last night after six days of cancellations caused by ash from a volcanic eruption in Iceland.
After reporting massive billion dollar losses over the last two years, Delta Air Lines says that it is finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel and is hopeful it will make a profit in the ne...
Hilton Worldwide has unveiled LightStay, a proprietary system, which has been created to calculate and analyze environmental impact.
Through all the chaos and airline related delays during these last few days, another sector has also seen great disruptions has been the cruise industry, particularly for ships based in the UK and EU
Accor has announced a 3.1% increase in first-quarter consolidated revenue, beating previous expectations.
Buoyed by a recent turnaround in profits, Cebu Pacific has increased its order of Airbus A320 aircraft by seven, committing to a backlog of 22 brand new aircraft for its fleet.
Etihad Airways Monday announced its intentions to fly scheduled commercial services into Baghdad, Iraq, becoming the first United Arab Emirate to fly into the destination.
Rocky Mountaineer celebrated its 20th anniversary on Monday (April 19) at Rocky Mountaineer Station in Vancouver, BC.
The U.S. outbound non-stop air market totaled 2.8 million in January 2010 according to the U.S Department of Commerce.
After six days of crippling cancellations caused by Iceland's unpronounceable volcano, flight restrictions are gradually being lifted.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was entered into by the Badaling Great Wall Scenic Area of Beijing and the Rideau Canal Scenic Spot of Ottawa at Badaling Guancheng Square.
Andorra and the United Nations World Tourism Organization are looking to closer ties, as the two announce a major global tourism forum to be hosted in the first quarter of 2011 in the country.
The French private airline Aigle Azur welcomed the delivery of its first directly purchased new Airbus A319 aircraft at a ceremony in Hamburg last week.