Culture Club Rocks Pow Wow

The California Academy of Sciences was transformed into living art last night as some 5000 plus attendees packed the centre hosted by San Francisco International Airport.

Ireland reshapes Titanic visitor experience

Ireland is preparing to remember its rare 100 year-old link to the Titanic tomorrow, organizing Museum tributes to mark the centenary anniversary since the ship was launched in the Belfast shipyards ...

Fuel tank explodes near cruise ship

A fuel tank exploded at the port of Gibralter, United Kingdom at 3:37pm local time 31 May alongside where Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas was docked.

Japan recovery by 2012: report

The earthquake in Japan earlier this year has shaken up the country’s tourism, with hotel occupancy in Tokyo falling by 30 percent in the month of March compared to the corresponding period last year...

IATA posts Agents Handbook

International Air Transport Association is putting agents in the loop, releasing its current edition of the Travel Agent’s Handbook (TAH) online.

JAL dreamlines plans into Boston

Japan Airlines is adding Boston Logon International Airport to its US ports, it’s first gateway into North America in up to 13 years.

Branson considers Virgin Atlantic alliance

Virgin Atlantic could be the next airline to sign into carrier alliances, with Sir Richard Branson stating that a partnership decision could be announced in the next quarter.

Carnival extends Glory’s Canada trips

Carnival Cruise has increased its presence in Canada for the season starting June next last, unveiling extended schedule of voyages from Boston and around eastern Canada.