Turkey: Russians are seldom regular guests

ITB Berlin and IPK International have analysed which countries are most often visited by Russians, Germans and Britons – the Germans’ favourite is the Netherlands, Britons rate holidays in France.

Dealing with flight delays

Airports and airlines "providing timely, accurate, and consistent data across all customer-facing technologies" will be the most successful in garnering return business, according to FlightView chief...

Back seats, belts, brace: surviving a plane crash

You may have paid the price to travel first class but that doesn't mean you have bought a safer seat than those in economy class, according to a new study on how to survive a plane crash.

Fiji’s infectious smile

It is that first Fijian glance - an openness of greeting. Wide eyes are big, brown and somewhat cheekily mischievous. An almost sideways smile flashes blinding pearly whites. A face radiates a laid b...

Planeterra unveils voluntourism guidelines

Streamlining standards in the sector, G Adventures' non-profit organisation, Planeterra Foundation has launched the first ever International Voluntourism Guidelines.

First cruise visit for Trois Rivières, Canada

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines’ Balmoral was the first ship in history to call into Trois Rivières in the Mauricie region of Quebec, Canada on 20 September with 1,200 passengers and 500 crew aboard.

LOT’s Dreamliner to launch next year

LOT Polish Airlines will launch its new Boeing 787 Dreamliner intercontinental service on 16 January 2013 with an inaugural flight from Warsaw to Chicago, according to the airline's chief executive o...

Jake Hower, ACTE’s 3 Under 33 and TIME Graduate

Graduating with TIME and quickly snapped up as one of ACTE’s exclusive 3 Under 33, Jake Hower tells e-Travel Blackboard why Richard Branson would be his top travel buddy and why taking action is his ...

Celebrity Reflection departs shipyard

Celebrity Cruises fifth Solstice-class ship, Celebrity Reflection, departed the Meyer Werft shipyard on Sunday and embarked on her maiden voyage to Eemshaven, The Netherlands.