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Flights resume at tsunami-hit airport

Limited domestic services begin, international to follow More than a month after the devastating earthquake and tsunami hit Japan, the first passenger aircraft landed...

A social media strategy for travel brands

Tips for monitoring and responding to social media activity Ally Dombey, director and co-founder at Revenue By Design, a small chain and independent hotel...

Malaysia seeks to benefit from sport tourism boom

Activities in Malaysia include diving, fishing, trekking, golfing and racing Sports tourism equates to around $600 billion a year internationally. In an effort to...

China to become world’s biggest destination

And even more Chinese travelled abroad in 2010 than visitors China received The Great Wall of China is now a more popular travel destination...

Hotels will be part of 1.6km high skyscraper

Saudi Arabia to build world’s tallest megastructure – one mile high Hotels will be part of an enormous structure reaching 1.6km into the skies...

PATA awards outstanding individuals in travel

Pacific Asia Travel Association presents awards to tourism industry The Pacific Asia Travel Association this week awarded a number of people who it believes...

European destinations in crisis are an opportunity

Travel agents are seeing potential bargains in these crisis-hit countries Portugal, Ireland, Spain and Greece are among the worst crisis-hit countries in Europe. Does...

Hotels attract guests with eco-toiletries

Industry role models show switching to animal testing-free products is easy Many hotels are stating on signs that they are environmentally friendly properties and...

SAS continues to streamline fleet

Airline to phase in Boeing 737 NG (New Generation) aircraft Following an earlier decision to phase out its MD80s and Boeing 737 Classic aircraft...

Travel idea for much-travelled tourists

Tourists pay €16,500 per person for two weeks in the Arctic Travel agents are having to deal with greater numbers of clients keen to...

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