Bangkok protests continue, peacefully.
Major organisations form framework for sustainable tourism.
Thailand’s Internal Security Act (ISA) is in force in Bangkok.
New forecasts support the need for additional aircraft.
UAE to receive billions in new infrastructure investment.
108 million passengers cam through the United States in FY2013.
The Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) recently announced a single visa deal that will benefit the tourism sector in three East African countries from January 2014.
Industry report reveals reduction in visitor nights and spending.
Points earned reflect overall spend.
Dubai International, the world’s second busiest hub for international passengers recorded its tenth consecutive month with more than 5 million travellers, according to the monthly traffic report for ...
Two major Japanese airlines disregard China’s new defence aviation rules.
Sydney roadshow provides insights for sellers.
First APAC carrier to adopt aggregated shopping technology.
Hoteliers say Russians spending big on outbound travel.
Emirates will operate a daily service to Luanda, Angola’s capital city, starting 1 December 2013 with the addition of four extra flights per week.
New sub-branded carrier to strengthen domestic network.
China and Russia strengthen tourism relationship.
Tourism authorities forecast strong visitor arrivals from Britain.
Singapore Airlines and Ethiopian Airlines announce expanded code share agreement.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced the appointment of Raphael Kuuchi as the Association’s Vice President for Africa from 17 February 2014.