Australian online travel agent Bestjet has gone into liquidation, leaving many travellers’ Christmas plans in the lurch.
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According to marketing body Tourism Ireland, 2018 was the best ever year for overseas tourism to Ireland, with a record 11.2 million visitors.
According to new research, the number of Chinese visitors heading on trips to Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries will increase by a staggering 81 per cent by 2022.
Co-op Insurance has found in a new survey that over one-third of UK adults will be going away for the festive period.
New research from travel insurer InsureandGo has found that nine out of 10 Australian travellers are demonstrating careless holiday habits that end up costing them money.
India’s high-spending middle classes will continue to mean the country is a major tourism source market for the Gulf states.
Cambodia is building two new airports as part of plans to increase tourism arrivals.
The ETC has called for visa restrictions on Chinese travellers to Europe to be more liberal.
According to a new survey conducted by Allianz Global Assistance, 30.4 per cent of US travellers have never been on a trip alone.
UK-based airline British Airways (BA) has escaped a payout after a passenger filed a court claim for £10,000, claiming that he had suffered injuries after being ‘forced’ to sit next to an obese man.