All roads lead to Manila

The first thing you may notice upon arrival in the Philippines’ capital, Manila, is its traffic.

Yellowstone on the Asian radar

Chinese travellers are becoming increasingly interested in American national parks, like Yellowstone, as tourist numbers from the country continue to rise.

Greek tourism expecting solid 2011

Greek tourism operators are expecting strong demand in 2011, as the global economy continues to recover and tensions in North Africa and the Middle East force travellers to look elsewhere.

JAL shifts focus to domestic assistance

Japan Airlines released plans to temporarily suspend 74 international flights, as it increases its attention on domestic services to assist victims as well as Japan’s recovery post-quake.

Carnival quarter revenues up

Carnival Corporation & plc has reported a two percent increase in revenue for the first quarter ending 28 February from $3.2 billion in the period 2010 to $3.4 billion this year.