• Go-Ahead expects £15m hit to profits after sorting rail disputes

    Detailed negotiations between rail company Go-Ahead and the Government relating to compensation for the fallout from industrial action on Southern trains will be required as the group warned of a potential £15m hit to profits due to the dispute.   …

  • Malaysian hospitality attracts Saudi Arabia tourists in droves

    Thanks to the Malaysian hospitality and the many attractions in the country, tourists from Saudi Arabia have been arriving in droves in Malaysia over the years, Bernama News reported.   However, the increase in tourists numbers are also attributed to …

  • Malaysia gets ready to host first Czech Film Festival

    Here’s a piece of good news for international movie enthusiasts in Malaysia. Some of the best movies from the Czech Republic will be screened in the Asian country from March 9 to 12 as its Malaysian embassy will bring in …

  • Antigua-Barbuda tourism & airport officials attend 10th Routes Americas Conference

    The tourism and airport officials of Antigua and Barbuda have combined their marketing efforts to attend the tenth Routes Americas Conference in Las Vegas, where earlier this month they met with some of the most influential aviation professionals from across …

  • 60% of international tourists visit Peru for vacation purposes

    Majority of international tourists arriving in Peru come for vacation purposes, the latest data from Euromonitor International and LatinFocus reveals. Of all the tourists arriving in the country, the purpose of visit for sixty percent is vacation.   The most …

  • UAE pavilion wins award for best pavilion at OTM Exhibition in Mumbai

    The UAE pavilion has been named the best pavilion for interior design at the International Exhibition OTM in Mumbai, India. UAE has won the award for the second consecutive time.   The UAE pavilion operated under the slogan “Visit the …

  • Vietnam targets to attract 20 million international tourists by 2020

    Vietnam aims to receive 20 million international tourists and serve 82 million domestic visitors by 2020, said Vietnam’s General Statistics Office (GSO) Monday.   Tourism revenue is expected to reach some 35 billion U.S. dollars by then contributing 10 percent …

  • Indonesia lines up events to bolster tourism sector

    As part of efforts in complying with targets set in tourism sector, Indonesian tourism ministry, in coordination with regional governments, has scheduled a list of traditional festivals, sport tourism and other tourism activities throughout April and May this year.   …

  • Chinese tourists to Vietnam expected to exceed 4 million mark in Feb 2017

    As per Vietnam’s General Statistics Office (GSO), the number of Chinese tourists to Vietnam is expected to reach 403,663 person-times in February, up 85 percent year-on-year. Marking the biggest market of tourists to Vietnam, the number of Chinese tourists to …

  • AirAsia warns public against hoax ads offering heavily-discounted flights

    The public in Malaysia have been warned not to fall victim to advertisements on social media platforms offering heavily-discounted flights for AirAsia Bhd and its unit, AirAsia X Bhd.   In a statement today, AirAsia Bhd said, it has made …

  • Vietnam receives over one million foreign tourists in a month for first time

    Foreign tourist arrivals to Vietnam reached 1,199,421 in February, increasing 19.1 per cent from the previous month and 42.2 per cent year-on-year, Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported.   Vietnam welcomed 2,206,659 international visitors in the first two months of this …

  • IITA Announces 2018 and 2019 Summit Destinations

    The International Inbound Travel Association (IITA) is thrilled to announce the host destinations for the 2018 and 2019 IITA Summits. The host destinations are: 2018 IITA Summit: Portland, Oregon, February 4-7, 2018 2019 IITA Summit: Savannah, Georgia, February 3-6, 2019 …

  • Major quake hits Japan, no fear of tsunami

    According to Japanese and US authorities, a 5.6-magnitude temblor struck northeastern Japan near the disaster-hit Fukushima nuclear plant on Tuesday but there was no fear of a tsunami.   The quake struck at a depth of 42.3 kilometres (26 miles) …

  • Landing snag forces AI flight to land in Delhi

    An Air India flight bound for Cochin was forced to perform an emergency landing in Delhi soon after its take-off as the engineers had failed to remove pins from the landing gear, a spokesperson said on Tuesday.   Two engineers …

  • TIACA’s Shippers’ Advisory Committee calls for transparency and change in new era of cooperation

    Change is needed, and all sectors of the air cargo supply chain industry must work together to drive adoption of new technology and greater transparency, according to a new position paper from TIACA’s Shippers’ Advisory Committee (SAC). The group, formed …

  • New partnership is expected to highlight Cape Halaal tourism in 2017

    Wesgro, Cape Town and the Western Cape’s official tourism and investment promotion agency has collaborated with dnata World Travel to enhance Cape all through the states in Gulf Cooperation Council as it became a significant halaal destination in the world. …

  • Meetings industry called for sustainability

    The meetings industry has been summoned by the WTO to enhance its focus on sustainability saying that individuals can become agents just in case.   While delivering a speech at the green meetings and events conference (gme) in Germany, Dr …

  • Kaikoura government enhances its tourism to a T

    ‘One should have the right amount of money at the right time’ – this is the new support package program that the tourism minister is Kaikoura is utilizing in promoting its tourism. Visitor spending dropped down to half after the …

  • Prague Welcomed the Largest Number of Events Over the Past Decade

    Czech Statistical Office data, which tracks only the events held in the collective accommodation establishments, with attendance of more than 50 persons, shows that meeting planners preferred four-star and three-star hotels for their events. Prague Convention Bureau’s statistics also confirm …

  • UNWTO Secretary General attends Bahrain’s Spring of Cultures Festival

    This was an occasion to stress the importance of cultural preservation and the links between tourism and culture particularly in the scope of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017.   “2017, declared by the United Nations General …


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