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Fascinating Line-Up for WTM Hotels Program

The event includes a master class on how hotels can launch restaurants as stand-alone establishments. The World Travel Market, which launches in London...

Airline Industry Changes Frustrate Business Travellers

More business travellers as well as economy passengers are taking to the skies, but many airlines are not yet laying on capacity to...

Winners of World Travel Awards Rejoice

Celebrations continue late into the night at the Grosvenor House hotel in London. Hailed as “The Oscars of the Travel Industry” by the...

Religious Travel in Spotlight in Montréal

Hundreds of travel professionals are due in November at a global travel expo focusing on a widening niche. The global spotlight on religious...

Changing Structure of Airline Revenues

Airlines are accumulating a greater share of their revenues in 2010 from fees and charges on top of the basic fare. Reflecting a...

Hotels and Restaurants Prepared for Revenge

The identities of thousands of fraudulent reviewers on travel websites such as TripAdvisor are to be revealed. Thousands of suspected defamatory reviewers posting...

Qantas Grounds Its Airbus A380 Aircraft

All six of the airline’s Airbus A380s are temporarily taken out of service after an emergency landing in Singapore. Qantas has grounded all...

Brits and Americans Rated Unadventurous

Who are the most “intrepid” of the English-speaking travellers? New Zealanders rate as the most intrepid English-speaking travellers in a poll commissioned by...

Nordic Hotel Market Rebounds Strongly in 2010

The recovery of the hotel markets in Scandinavia is clear, but Helsinki and Sweden are individual markets that do particularly well. Taken as a...

Heathrow to Penalise Airlines with Empty Seats

The European Union’s busiest airport hopes to win business from Paris and Frankfurt. Heathrow is already the EU’s busiest airport in terms of...

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