Dubai expects marine tourism to take off over the next four years with a 58.3 percent growth.
Annual Conference Focuses on the Future of Travel Professionals and Traveling Consumers
As the year draws to a close, Sydney's spectacular New Year's Eve fireworks have starred in Princess Cruises blog, “50 Essential Experiences: The Travel Bucket List.”
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposed a directive this week, seeking to upgrade software on mid-air collision warning devices installed on approximately 9000 US aircraft.
More than 30 charter flights from mainland China and Taiwan scheduled for late January through early February could potentially bring 4,972 additional visitors to Guam for the holiday.
Tourism Industry Executives and LGBT Chamber Leaders converge on Seattle to discuss a regional approach to increasing LGBT tourism to the west coast
Palau becomes 17th destination in Delta's Asia-Pacific network
The education content for the first America Meetings Week and AIBTM, taking place in Baltimore (21-23 June, 2011), is now in the final planning stages.
Registration for OutBoard 2011 is now open.
Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association chairman Keith Overton sent a letter to members last week reporting an influx of remunerations from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill fund.
Renowned Shanghai hotel Pudong Shangri-La has been in business since 1998, when it was thought to be folly to build a hotel on the Pudong side of Shanghai's Huangpu River
The “Guam Long Ride 2011” scheduled for Jan. 23 is expected to bring about 100 Japanese cyclists to the island, according to the event’s organizing committee.
Munich Airport and Lufthansa have approved an expansion project to increase the capacity of Terminal 2, including the erection of a satellite building and the addition of gate positions.
Passengers flying with All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines can expect a raise in fares after Hong Kong’s Civil Aviation Department approved an increase in passenger fuel charges...
This month Amtrak is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the launch of America’s first high-speed train, the Acela Express, and the vision, teamwork, and national commitment that made the 150 mph (24...
Pegasus Solutions reported a 30.6 percent growth in booking volumes through the global distribution systems for November compared to last year.
United Airlines has revoked its policy that limited some travel agencies access to the airline’s merchant account.
Iceland became an overnight tourism hotspot after Eyjafjallajokull volcano erupted earlier this year, the country’s tourism officials said.
Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art (BGFA) is pleased to announce the extension of its current exhibition, “Figuratively Speaking: A Survey of the Human Form,” through March 27, 2011.
According to a new survey, the American travelling public believe there ‘has to be a better way’ in regards to the security screening processes currently in place for air travel.