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Quarter of hotels do not use social media marketing

But 65% of hoteliers surveyed use Facebook to reach out to guests Research by the travel technology company TravelClick has surveyed 600 chain and...

Destinations that make you happy?

Thailand, Malawi and the Trobriand Islands are places that inspire happiness The acclaimed travel writer Paul Theroux says in USA Today that travel destinations...

Cruises based on musical tastes offered

Agents booking cruises may do well by asking about clients’ musical tastes “Music cruises” are bringing together clients with similar musical tastes. Special cruises,...

Virgin America sinks into big quarterly loss

Higher oil prices and bigger investments bite into profits Virgin America has posted a $44.6 million loss for the first quarter, bigger than the...

Agents must be aware of fraud by contractors

Lawyer: fraudulent contractors are increasing problem for agencies A lawyer representing companies in the travel industry says that the biggest liability problem facing travel...

MSC Cruises ready to return to Tunisia

Four MSC vessels will call again to La Goulette from July The Tunisian port of La Goulette will soon be welcoming back the familiar...

Emirates fights negative image with PR campaign

New ad campaign claims that it is creating thousands of jobs in Europe In an effort to battle against negative perceptions that it is...

Austrian re-launches Baghdad after 21 years

Vienna-Baghdad service flies three times a week on A320 Austrian Airlines has just re-launched its Vienna-Baghdad service after a gap of 21 years. Its...

Agents urged to know the competition

Travel agencies advised to go on fact-finding missions in the market Every agency has to find its own unique selling point that clients can...

Five of the best hiking trails in Sweden

Trails range from Padjelanta in the highlands to Skåneleden in the south Long-distance hiking trails bring incoming tourists into contact with some of Europe’s...

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