Eleven cruise ships - with 27,263 new berths - are set to sail the high seas for the first time this year.
Delta and American Airlines are not yet prepared to resume commercial services to Haiti.
Carnival Corporation's new ship building program will have a more modest approach from 2013 onwards, its chief executive told reporters earlier this week.
Royal Caribbean International announced last week it would base a ship in Palma de Mallorca in a strategic move to attract more U.K. and Irish passengers and families.
An unidentified person, believed to be a male stowaway, was found dead in the landing gear bay of a Delta airliner at Narita Airport on Sunday.
President Obama put the brakes on NASA's ambition to return to the Moon when he unveiled a new budget last week, which instead focuses $ 6 billion into promoting private space flight.
Confirmation that the United States tourism market is still struggling to lure high yielding tourists came with the confirmation that November recorded nearly US$800 million less in tourism-related s...
U.S. lawmakers were urged last week by the Governor of Michigan to find more funding for the state's tourism program.
Boeing has unveiled its 787 Dreamliner interior at a media launch giving the public its first glimpse inside the third test flight aircraft which had been partially configured for flight purposes.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts launched this week a new online portal dedicated to food, beverage, spa, weddings and events.
UK company, Seymourpowell has released a revolutionary new travel and transportation concept called Aircruise, which has been likened to a hotel in the sky.
An estimated 8000 passenger and cargo aircraft will be purchased by carriers in the Asia and the Pacific over the next 20 years according to Airbus.
Crystal Cruises reported last week strong sales for its 2010 cruises during the month of January with bookings 205% greater compared to the same period in 2009.
The 2010 World Travel Awards have extended its nominations deadline, but with the date coming up soon, the organisers have put out a final call for anyone still wanting to submit a suggestion.
Jumeirah Group, the Dubai-based luxury hospitality company and a member of Dubai Holding, has received four further awards from the travel industry.
Flights into and out of Washington D.C. were scarce over the weekend as the capital and other mid-Atlantic states received a record blanket of snow.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposed earlier this week a $2.5 million fine against an airline which allegedly calculated incorrect cargo weight on over 150 flights.
InterContinental Hotels has taken a swipe at Hilton Hotels launching a brand new competition for disgruntled loyalty club members who recently had their points devalued.
With the Vancouver Winter Olympics just around the corner, organisers have been working frantically to ensure the event runs perfectly - but they weren't prepared for the lack of snow!
The ITB Berlin Media Summit, part of the ITB Berlin Convention, is set to conduct a seminar next month to discuss the future of communications in the tourism industry.