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  • Western Europe key destination for Chinese gastronomy tourism May 21, 2019
    Due to a rich mix of cultures within Western Europe, each individual country is known for specific dishes, or entire cuisines. This attracts Chinese tourists who want a varied gastronomical experience, says GlobalData. ‘Destination Market Insights: Western Europe’ report reveals that 67% of Chinese tourists typically take gastronomical holidays. Destinations such as Italy and Austria […]
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  • BestCities 2019 Copenhagen Global Forum to look to the future May 21, 2019
    BestCities Global Alliance and Copenhagen Convention Bureau (CCB) are set to investigate what the future holds for associations and association congresses with a focus on creating lasting, positive impact. Exploring the Congress of the Future – Fortifying Impact will be the core theme underlying this year’s BestCities Global Forum, taking place in Copenhagen 8 – […]
    Chief Assignment Editor
  • Russia’s Ural Airlines adds new French routes from Moscow Domodedovo Airport May 21, 2019
    Moscow Domodedovo Airport has announced the introduction of direct flights to Bordeaux and Montpellier. From 1 June 2019, Ural Airlines will fly three times a week on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from Moscow Domodedovo Airport to Bordeaux. From 2 June 2019, Ural Airlines will also add Moscow Domodedovo-Montpellier route. The flight will operate three times […]
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  • Qatar Airways and Qatar National Tourism Council partner for ‘Summer in Qatar’ program May 21, 2019
    Qatar Airways partnered with Qatar National Tourism Council (QNTC) to offer passengers up to 25 per cent discount on airfares for all flights to Doha as a final destination from more than 160 destinations worldwide on bookings up to 15 August, enabling customers to enjoy fun-filled ‘Summer in Qatar’ activities. Those arriving, departing or transiting […]
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  • FITUR 2020 celebrates its 40th anniversary with its most professional and international edition May 21, 2019
    The next edition of FITUR, organised by IFEMA, will take place at Feria de Madrid from the 22 to 26 January 2020, and is looking to once again become the international benchmark event in the tourism industry. This year is special because, in addition to the excellent participation forecasts, which are in alignment with the […]
    Chief Assignment Editor
  • FestPac 2020: Arts and Culture never shown in Hawaii with Guam taking a key role May 21, 2019
    Many tourists visiting Hawaii from June 10-21 do not know, that the biggest arts and the cultureal festival is hosted in the U.S. State bringing all nations of the Pacific together. It’s an event visitors would not want to miss. The theme of FESTPAC-Hawaiʻi 2020, “E kū i ka hoe uli “ (Take hold of […]
    Juergen T Steinmetz
  • PATA Youth Symposium empowers the next generation of tourism leaders May 21, 2019
    The PATA Youth Symposium, hosted by the Department of Tourism, Philippines, took place on the first day of the PATA Annual Summit 2019 on Thursday, May 9 at the Radisson Blu Cebu in Cebu, Philippines. Organised by the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Human Capital Development Committee under the theme ‘Progress with a Purpose’, the highly successful […]
    Juergen T Steinmetz
  • 2.8 million travel on U.S. airlines every day May 21, 2019
    Airlines for America (A4A), announced today that it expects a record 257.4 million passengers — an average of 2.8 million per day — to travel on U.S. airlines between June 1 and Aug. 31, 2019. That number is up 3.4 percent from last summer’s record 248.8 million passengers. Airlines are adding 111,000 seats per day to accommodate […]
    Juergen T Steinmetz
  • Are some cops in Brazil killers? Deadly massacre leave 11 dead in Wanda’s bar May 21, 2019
    Parts of Brazil are dangerous to visit, among them Belem the capital city of the State of Para. Despite other reports, Vanda’s Bar in Para, Brazil was not a place tourists should hang on. The bar, known as Vanda’s (Wanda) Bar and Drinks was known by locals as having great music and lots of drugs. […]
    Juergen T Steinmetz
  • Hawaii hotels report lower revenue, lower occupancy, higher daily rate in April 2019 May 21, 2019
    In April 2019, Hawaii hotels statewide reported lower revenue per available room (RevPAR), with higher average daily rate (ADR) and lower occupancy compared to April 2018. According to the Hawaii Hotel Performance Report published by the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA), statewide RevPAR declined to $215 (-0.9%), with ADR of $275 (+2.3%) and occupancy of 78.4 […]
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  • Marriott International unveils first-ever longer stays category marketing campaign May 21, 2019
    Marriott International today announced its first-ever longer stays category marketing campaign, “Room for Possibility,” spotlighting the portfolio’s brands that enable business travelers the freedom to maintain their lifestyles, uninterrupted on the road. The integrated effort features Residence Inn by Marriott, Element Hotels and TownePlace Suites by Marriott to reinforce each brand’s unique style and offerings, […]
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  • ‘Costly welcome party at citizens’ expense’: Refugees and migrants cost Germany €23 billion in 2018 May 21, 2019
    Germany spent a record €23 billion ($25.65 billion) last year to integrate more than a million refugees at home and “fight the root causes of migration abroad,” according to German government report. Describing the circumstances as “extraordinary,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel rolled out the welcome mat to over a million migrants in 2015, at the […]
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  • Embraer Praetor 600 now triple-certified by EASA and FAA May 21, 2019
    Embraer announced today that the company’s new Praetor 600 super-midsize business jet was granted its Type Certificate by EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) and by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration). The announcement was made during the company’s press conference at the European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland. “Now certified by […]
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  • Dallas Fort Worth Airport and American Airlines announce plans for new terminal F May 20, 2019
    Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport and American Airlines have announced plans to develop a sixth terminal, providing a long-term commitment from the airline and opportunities for businesses and customers in the fastest growing region in the United States. The plans call for DFW to invest up to $3.0 to $3.5 billion in terminal improvements, […]
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  • Hertz adds Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio to its Selezione Italia May 20, 2019
    Hertz Europe Ltd, part of Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. has unveiled the latest addition to its Selezione Italia (Italian Collection) fleet with the arrival of a new rental exclusive; the Alfa Romeo Giulia 2.9T V6 Quadrifoglio. The most powerful production Alfa ever, the four-door grand tourer is equipped with a 2.891-litre V6 engine, delivering 375kW […]
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  • Air India axes loss-making Mumbai-New York direct flight May 20, 2019
    India’s troubled national flag carrier announced its decision to discontinue their direct service between Mumbai and New York, due to ‘poor demand.’ According to the Air India officials, Mumbai-New York flight operation was resulting in huge losses to the airline. Air India launched direct flights from Mumbai to New York’s John F Kennedy Airport in […]
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  • ePassport Gates ease entry into UK for citizens of US, Canada and five other countries May 20, 2019
    Citizens of the US and Canada are among seven countries who can now use ePassport gates, giving easier and faster entry into the UK. The expansion of the ePassport gate eligibility is set to significantly reduce lines and improve the flow of passengers as well as the overall experience at the UK border. In line […]
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  • More confusion over the fate of Botswana‘s elephants May 20, 2019
    by Dr. Louise de Waal President Mokgweetsi Masisi of Botswana categorically denies that his government would ever cull elephants, contradicting the Parliamentary Report proposing culling. However, Minister of Environment and Natural Resources, Conservation and Tourism, Kitso Mokaila now proposes elephant “cropping”. To cull or not to cull Masisi stated to Bloomberg that “in the debate around […]
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  • San Francisco Marriott Marquis announces new Senior Sales Executive May 20, 2019
    San Francisco Marriott Marquis announced the appointment of Shawn Pace as the property’s new senior sales executive. A hospitality industry veteran with two decades of experience, Pace will be responsible for growing group business from the US Midwest. “We are delighted to welcome Shawn to the San Francisco Marriott Marquis family,” said Laura Jung, Director […]
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  • Uber and Lyft say no to local authority May 20, 2019
    When local transportation in US cities becomes congested, noisy, or has safety concerns, they are able to manage their roads and the vehicles using them, whether they be vehicles being used for non-commercial or commercial use. When there is a law that preempts this authority, there is no recourse for action to solve transportation problems. […]
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  • Fünf Ringhotels zählen zu den besten Wellnesshotels in Deutschland May 21, 2019
    Eine aktuelle Wellness-Studie von Travelcircus und dem Bundesverband der deutschen Tourismuswirtschaft ermittelte die besten Hotels für einen Wellness-Urlaub in Deutschland. Dabei gehören gleich fünf Ringhotels in ihrem jeweiligen Bundesland zu den Top 3: Ringhotel Munte am Stadtwald in Bremen, Ringhotel Landhotel Buller in Hagen, Ringhotel Teutoburger Wald in Tecklenburg, Ringhotel Schloss Tangermünde in Tangermünde und […]
    Michael Seipelt
  • Deutsche Hospitality investiert in dänische Hotelmarke May 20, 2019
    Mit einem Investment von 51% in die familiengeführten Zleep Hotels nimmt die Deutsche Hospitality eine fünfte Hotelmarke in ihr House of Brands auf . Die Deutsche Hospitality vereinte bislang vier bekannte Hotelmarken unter ihrem Dach: Steigenberger Hotels and Resorts, MAXX by Steigenberger, Jaz in the City und IntercityHotel. Mit Zleep Hotels baut die Deutsche Hospitality […]
    Michael Seipelt
  • Nepal kommt nach Wien und München May 20, 2019
    Hoch damit…Auf der ITB 2019 in Berlin hat das Nepal Tourism Board die Initiative “Visit Nepal 2020” vorgestellt. Ziel sind zwei Millionen Touristen im nächsten Jahr. Um Reisebüros und Partnern zusätzliche Argumente für den Verkauf der Destination Nepal an die Hand zu geben, tourt das Nepal Tourism Board mit ausgesuchten Anbietern durch Europa. Interessierte Touristiker […]
    Michael Seipelt
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  • Wann wird ein Anscheinsbeweis für die Privatnutzung eines Dienstwagens erschüttert? May 21, 2019
    Im Urteil vom 20.03.2019 (Az. 9 K 125/18) hatte das Niedersächsische Finanzgericht zu klären, inwieweit der Anscheinsbeweis für ein privat genutztes Dienstfahrzeug erschüttert wird. Streitig war in dem Fall der Ansatz eines Privatanteils für die Nutzung eines Dienstwagens im Jahr 2016, wobei zwei weitere Fahrzeuge für die Privatnutzung zur Verfügung standen, schreibt der Reisekosten-Blog. Der […]
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  • Bahnfahren sorgt bei Geschäftsreisenden für Stress May 21, 2019
    Stress und Burnout belasten deutsche Arbeitnehmer zunehmend. Besonders schwer fällt die Balance, wenn sie den Schreibtisch verlassen: Acht von zehn Geschäftsreisenden geben an, dass sie sich zumindest manchmal gestresst fühlen, wenn sie beruflich unterwegs sind. Fast jeder Vierte empfindet den Stresslevel als hoch oder sehr hoch. Das sind die Ergebnisse der aktuellen Studie „Chefsache Business […]
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  • Auslandsmesseprogramm 2020 für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft festgelegt May 20, 2019
    Firmen im Ernährungs- und Landwirtschafts-Sektor können im Jahr 2020 eine staatliche Förderung auf Auslandsmessen in Anspruch nehmen. Das Bundesministerium für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft (BMEL) hat für das Auslandsmesseprogramm jetzt 41 Messen weltweit festgelegt. Der regionale Schwerpunkt liegt auf Süd-, Ost- und Zentral-Asien mit 20 Firmengemeinschaftsständen, darunter zehn in China. Es folgen die europäischen Staaten mit […]
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  • African Tourism Board CEO flies home with South African terror victims on Egypt Air May 21, 2019
    African Tourism Board CEO Doris Worfel from Pretoria experienced a first-hand account on today’s terror attack targeting a tour bus with South African visitors on their way to see the Pyramids. All victims survived after a bomb went off injuring many passengers on  the bus operated by Egyptian tour company  Dominant Travel  Doris Woerfel, CEO of […]
  • Israel Loves Africa: African Tourism Board and Rwanda Air Take Action May 21, 2019
    African Tourism Board representative in Israel Mr. Dov Kalmann, has sent his congratulations to H.E. Ambassador Joseph Rutabana of Rwanda to Israel: “In the name of the African Tourism Board, please accept our warmest congratulations as a result of this important development which will have a major impact for both the Israeli and Rwanda tourism […]
  • Tourism Ethiopia joins African Tourism Board May 21, 2019
    Today Tourism Ethiopia joined the African Tourism Board as an observer. Tourism Ethiopia (TE) is a national organization under the Ministry of Culture and Tourism; The mission Tourism Ethiopia has is to transform tourism of the country in general by developing tourism products to world standards and marketing them to the global market. In charge […]
  • The 5th Edition of the International Day of Yoga May 20, 2019
    The 5th Edition of the International Day of Yoga will be celebrated all around the globe on 21st June 2019. As in the past, this year also Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India (MOT) will be hosting a Fam Trip for 5 days (20 to 25 June 2019), to showcase Yoga, Wellness and Spirituality in […]
  • Driving intra-African connectivity and cooperation through Alliance and partnership May 17, 2019
    The African Tourism Board is currently working hard to build partnerships within the aviation industry. “Seeing Africa as one destination is perfect for any airlines wanting to partner with us”, said Juergen Steinmetz, Interim Chairman of  ATB. When speaking to eTN, Mr. Vijay Poonoosamy echoed the importance of the Airline Industry for the African Continent […]
  • Jamaica to host first ever global Tourism Innovation Resilience and Crisis Management Summit in 2020 May 17, 2019
    Jamaica Tourism Minister Hon. Edmund Bartlett has announced that Jamaica will be hosting an international conference on Tourism Innovation Resilience and Crisis Management next year in Montego Bay. The Minister made the announcement today during the 64th meeting of the United Nations World Tourism Organization’s (UNWTO) Regional Commission for the Americas (CAM), in Guatemala, where […]
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  • Majestic Wine closing in on potential £100m sale, according to reports May 21, 2019
    Best Chardonnays outside Burgundy Understanding the different Madeira styles How wine regions gain UNESCO World Heritage status Malbec across the Andes First taste: Thiénot X Penfolds Champagne collaboration Anson: Comparing St-Julien 1986 and 1988 Majestic Wine closing in on potential £100m sale, according to reports US storage owner admits stealing up to $1.5m of fine […]
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  • Skinny Fabulous to unleash the power of soca on Rum and Rhythm May 20, 2019
    The leading Caribbean food and rum event in New York will be rocking under the power of Skinny Fabulous, the leading Vincentian soca artiste and Trinidad carnival 2019 road march winner, during Caribbean Week New York (CWNY2019). ‘Skinny’ whose real name is Gamal Doyle, will unleash his infectious energy and mesmerising performance skills on Rum […]
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  • Italian wines seduce New Yorkers May 18, 2019
    “Wine is an Emotion” James Suckling, the noted wine critic, did not know that wine would become his passion during his college years; at Utah State University he studied political science at Utah State and at the University of Wisconsin (Madison) he focused on journalism. Thanks to his father he developed an interest in wine […]
    Dr. Elinor Garely
  • Italian wines seduce New Yorkers May 18, 2019
    “Wine is an Emotion” James Suckling, the noted wine critic, did not know that wine would become his passion during his college years; at Utah State University he studied political science at Utah State and at the University of Wisconsin (Madison) he focused on journalism. Thanks to his father he developed an interest in wine […]
    Dr. Elinor Garely
  • US storage owner admits stealing up to $1.5m of fine wine May 17, 2019
    First taste: Thiénot X Penfolds Champagne collaboration Anson: Comparing St-Julien 1986 and 1988 Littorai: Sustainability on California’s north coast The Decanter interview: Jean-Claude Mas Premium South American red blends: Panel tasting results 30 best affordable Chilean wines to try US storage owner admits stealing up to $1.5m of fine wine Robert Parker formally retires from […]
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  • FestPac 2020: Arts and Culture never shown in Hawaii with Guam taking a key role May 21, 2019
    Many tourists visiting Hawaii from June 10-21 do not know, that the biggest arts and the cultureal festival is hosted in the U.S. State bringing all nations of the Pacific together. It’s an event visitors would not want to miss. The theme of FESTPAC-Hawaiʻi 2020, “E kū i ka hoe uli “ (Take hold of […]
    HawaiiNewsOnline
  • Hawaii hotels report lower revenue, lower occupancy, higher daily rate in April 2019 May 21, 2019
    In April 2019, Hawaii hotels statewide reported lower revenue per available room (RevPAR), with higher average daily rate (ADR) and lower occupancy compared to April 2018. According to the Hawaii Hotel Performance Report published by the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA), statewide RevPAR declined to $215 (-0.9%), with ADR of $275 (+2.3%) and occupancy of 78.4 […]
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  • Hilton Hawaiian Village workers rally in Waikiki for a better contract May 18, 2019
    UNITE HERE Local 5 Members rallied in Honolulu to demand a better contract and better job protection for workers at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Hundreds of Local 5 members and community allies gathered Friday to show strength and solidarity as Hilton Hawaiian Village workers prepare for another round of contract negotiations with the company. The […]
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  • A Strike on the Horizon: Hilton Hawaiian Village and The Modern Honolulu ? May 17, 2019
    Guests having booked the Hilton Hawaiian Village may be in for a surprise. The Hilton is the largest hotel in Waikiki. Tomorrow, Friday a rally of a Hawaii Union UNITE HERE Local 5 members who work at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, with support from community allies and fellow members from other Local 5 hotels, will […]
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  • Waikiki Tea: First and only location to offer variety of Lady M New York cakes May 16, 2019
    Hawaii’s much-anticipated boutique tea and cake café has arrived! Waikiki Tea officially opened its doors in Honolulu, Hawaii, on April 28, 2019. Conveniently located in Waikiki at 234 Beach Walk, Waikiki Tea is the perfect café and shopping stop for tea, cakes, and omiyage. Waikiki Tea is the first and only location to offer a […]
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  • Best destination for gay tourism in the USA May 20, 2019
    Some destinations within the USA are not shy to flaunt the rainbow flag and glow with pride. They encourage you to come visit and have the time of your life. So, it doesn’t matter that you can’t go abroad, all you need to do is get a ticket, book a hotel if you want, right…
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  • Pride flies with United Airlines May 20, 2019
    Today, United Airlines announced new and exciting opportunities to help customers celebrate Pride Month through MileagePlus Exclusives benefitting United charity partner, The Trevor Project. As part of its mission to become the most inclusive airline in the world, United employees will also take part in 12 Pride parades globally, demonstrating United’s support for the LGBTQ+…
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  • Malta ranked No.1 European LGBTQ+ travel destination May 16, 2019
    ILGA-Europe has announced that Malta has been ranked the number one travel destination on the Europe Rainbow Index 2018 for the fourth year running. Out of a total of 49 European countries, Malta has been awarded an outstanding 90% in recognition of the laws, policies and lifestyles of the LGBTQ community on the Mediterranean island.…
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  • Cu Chi Tunnels – Historic Vietnam War site near Saigon May 15, 2019
    SAWASDEE: The Cu Chi Tunnels are a network of tunnels to the northwest of Saigon built by communist guerrilla troops (Viet Cong). They were originally built during the resistance against French colonialists, and then expanded during the fight against American and South Vietnamese forces.The tunnel network is now a popular tourist attraction, being one of…
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  • Thai – Lao railway connection May 15, 2019
    SAWASDEE: Thai – Lao railway connection.In my quest to ride the train everywhere in Thailand (almost there, only 20 km from Trang to Kantang is missing – I was on that train on 20nov2015 but had to take a van as the track was closed due to accident), I recently (13jan2019) took the train from…
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  • Halloween in Transylvania at Bran Castle May 3, 2019
    Travel to Romania & Hungary on the footstep of Prince Vlad Tepes a.k.a. DRACULA Budapest - Oradea - Cluj - Sighisoara - Brasov - Bran - Bucharest Click here for more information. We pay 10% commission to travel agents Click here to download our brochure. Contact Redina Varna: +1-210-302-2730 or email rodica_varna@yahoo.com
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  • Malta’s 2019 Festival and Events Calendar “sparks” with fireworks January 17, 2019
    Discover the many reasons why Malta, an archipelago in the middle of the Mediterranean, is referred to as The Hidden Gem of the Mediterranean. Malta’s festivals are filled with different aspects of music, culture, art, food and more. Malta boasts an events calendar featuring an eclectic blend of local and international entertainment, exhibitions, festivals and […]
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  • Romance is in the air for Valentine’s Day at five luxury Corinthia Hotels January 11, 2019
    Rose petal-strewn beds, glasses of chilled champagne, candlelit dinners a deux, a couple’s massage and idyllic escapes are all on the menu for Valentine’s Day at five luxury Corinthia Hotels around the world. The collection of five-star properties aim to make February 14, 2019, a day and night to remember. Here are the special packages: Corinthia Hotel Budapest
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  • BestCities 2019 Copenhagen Global Forum to look to the future May 21, 2019
    BestCities Global Alliance and Copenhagen Convention Bureau (CCB) are set to investigate what the future holds for associations and association congresses with a focus on creating lasting, positive impact. Exploring the Congress of the Future – Fortifying Impact will be the core theme underlying this year’s BestCities Global Forum, taking place in Copenhagen 8 – […]
    Linda Hohnholz
  • FITUR 2020 celebrates its 40th anniversary with its most professional and international edition May 21, 2019
    The next edition of FITUR, organised by IFEMA, will take place at Feria de Madrid from the 22 to 26 January 2020, and is looking to once again become the international benchmark event in the tourism industry. This year is special because, in addition to the excellent participation forecasts, which are in alignment with the […]
    Linda Hohnholz
  • Madrid and Barcelona beat London and Singapore to world’s ‘Top 5 congress cities’ May 17, 2019
    The city of Madrid climbs to third in the ranking of world congress cities, published by the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) for 2018. This positioning is reinforced by the contribution of the Convenciones y Congresos de IFEMA (Convention and Congress activity of IFEMA), which last year hosted 8 major international congresses and exhibitions […]
    Linda Hohnholz
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  • Russia’s Ural Airlines adds new French routes from Moscow Domodedovo Airport May 21, 2019
    Moscow Domodedovo Airport has announced the introduction of direct flights to Bordeaux and Montpellier. From 1 June 2019, Ural Airlines will fly three times a week on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from Moscow Domodedovo Airport to Bordeaux. From 2 June 2019, Ural Airlines will also add Moscow Domodedovo-Montpellier route. The flight will operate three times
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  • Qatar Airways and Qatar National Tourism Council partner for ‘Summer in Qatar’ program May 21, 2019
    Qatar Airways partnered with Qatar National Tourism Council (QNTC) to offer passengers up to 25 per cent discount on airfares for all flights to Doha as a final destination from more than 160 destinations worldwide on bookings up to 15 August, enabling customers to enjoy fun-filled ‘Summer in Qatar’ activities. Those arriving, departing or transiting
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  • 2.8 million travel on U.S. airlines every day May 21, 2019
    Airlines for America (A4A), announced today that it expects a record 257.4 million passengers — an average of 2.8 million per day — to travel on U.S. airlines between June 1 and Aug. 31, 2019. That number is up 3.4 percent from last summer’s record 248.8 million passengers. Airlines are adding 111,000 seats per day to accommodate
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RSS Worldtourism Wire
  • Guatemala partners with UNWTO to launch Sustainable Tourism Observatory May 20, 2019
    The new Observatory is located in the city of La Antigua Guatemala, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a leading tourism destination. Led by the Instituto Guatemalteco de Turismo (INGUAT) and supported by the Guatemalan government, the Observatory will periodically collect data and scientific evidence as it monitors the effect tourism has on the historicContinue […]
    Erik Grimaldi
  • Israel Loves Africa: African Tourism Board and Rwanda Air Take Action May 20, 2019
    African Tourism Board representative in Israel Mr. Dov Kalmann, has sent his congratulations to H.E. Ambassador Joseph Rutabana of Rwanda to Israel: “In the name of the African Tourism Board, please accept our warmest congratulations as a result of this important development which will have a major impact for both the Israeli and Rwanda tourism industry,Continue […]
    Erik Grimaldi
  • Tourism Ethiopia joins African Tourism Board May 20, 2019
    Today Tourism Ethiopia joined the African Tourism Board as an observer. Tourism Ethiopia (TE) is a national organization under the Ministry of Culture and Tourism; The mission Tourism Ethiopia has is to transform tourism of the country in general by developing tourism products to world standards and marketing them to the global market. In charge of theContinue […]
    Erik Grimaldi