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Find it hard to keep track with all the latest insights into business trends, new products and technology advancements in the travel sector? The Blue Swan…..
Uncertainties over Brexit and a near 10% decline in spending by international visitors led to a weak growth of the travel and tourism sector in…..
USA remains the world’s largest travel and tourism economy, a global industry that now contributes USD8.8 trillion to the world economy
The United States of America (USA) retained its status as the world’s largest travel and tourism economy last year despite a standstill in international visitors…..
Myanmar, Iraq and Georgia are seeing biggest travel and tourism gains, but China, USA and India reign in power ranking
The new Travel & Tourism Power and Performance Report from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) highlights China, USA and India as the largest…..
Airports have to ‘up their game’, strikes are ‘destroying traveller traffic in Europe’ and a ‘revolution in terms of biometrics’ – insights from twilight session at CAPA Airline CEOs in Sydney forum
There was a healthy debate in last night’s twilight panel session of the CAPA – Centre for Aviation Airline CEOs in Sydney forum at the…..
WTTC invites transport ministers to partner with tourism sector to implement biometrics to make travel more efficient and secure
The World Travel & Tourism Council invited transport ministers attending last week’s annual International Transport Forum in Leipzig, Germany, to partner with the tourism sector…..
Massive hurricanes that struck the Caribbean in late 2017 seem like a distant memory with the fast-changing global news cycle. But a full recovery from…..
Colombia is Latin America’s third largest air travel market behind Mexico and Brazil, and the country’s capital city, Bogota, represents 29% of Colombia’s tourism activity,…..
Tourism and travel spend from international visitors represents a small portion of travel expenditures in Brazil’s capital city Brasilia, reflected in higher volumes of government…..