Airports of Thailand (AOT) has reported a 21.7-per-cent increase in full-year net profit on higher revenue from its six airports – despite falling numbers of tourists.
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The Tourism Industry Association of Canada launched its annual conference on 27 November.
In the US, weekend holiday travel was disrupted by a winter storm.
‘Overworked’ police officers in one of Europe’s most popular destinations, Barcelona, have been handing out fliers to tourists advising them on the best ways not to become a victim of the city’s soaring crime rate.
According to AAA Travel, this Thanksgiving will see record numbers of Americans heading off on trips.
According to Allianz Global Assistance, Europe remains a highly favoured destination for American travellers, with holiday travel to the continent up by more than 20 per cent this year.
According to the US Travel Association, the last year has seen travel both within and to the US increase, with September marking the 105th consecutive month of growth.
According to Which? Travel, some popular holiday spots in Europe and the US are riskier for travellers than some areas of, for example, the Middle East and North Africa.
A new survey by International SOS and Kingston University suggests that business travel can have a considerable negative impact on mental health.
Delegates from Argentina’s Secretariat of State for Tourism visited London’s World Travel Market event this week, announcing the implementation of a new development strategy to drive sustainable eco-tourism and improve flight connectivity.