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Meetings of ASEAN Tourism Ministers

Press Conference was held on the outcomes of the Meetings of ASEAN Tourism Ministers, which took place in the framework of ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) 2020. According to the statistics, in 2019, ASEAN welcomed 133 million international arrivals (up 7% compared to 2018), of which the number of intra-ASEAN tourist arrivals accounts for about 36.7%. […]

COPENHILL: waste incineration plant as a ski skope

A unique type of project was revealed in Copenhagen last weekend. The “Amager Ressource Center” waste incineration plant provides electricity for 30,000 households and heating for 72,000, but that is not all: from the roof right down the ground floor, the building is surrounded by a 450-metre-long ski slope along with four lifts. Between the […]

How To Book Tickets Online When Travelling In Southeast Asia

How To Book Tickets Online When Travelling In Southeast Asia   Southeast Asia is a very exciting region to travel through for the budget traveller. There are a range of very different countries to see, mostly at very low prices. Within those countries, you have so many different options as well. The Philippines has seven […]

6 Steps to Building a Successful Tourism Marketing Campaign

Tourism marketing campaign has many ways to reach potential customers these days. The digital age has given rise to a wide range of marketing channels. Knowing how to use them effectively is key to ensuring your business stands out among the competition. Being mindful of  best practices for each channel, like using an email checker […]

A new agreement with Air France Flight Attendants

A new agreement has been signed between Air France and its cabin crew, with unanimous support from the three representative cabin crew unions at Air France – SNPNC, UNAC, and UNSA-PNC. This signature successfully concludes the categorical discussions held over the past several weeks with representatives of commercial flight crews. This balanced agreement represents a […]

A number of the world’s cities are witnessing a backlash against tourism

International tourism rose from fewer than 300 million trips in 1980 to some 500 million in 1995, before exploding to 1.3 billion trips in 2017—a number that’s expected to rise to 1.8 billion in 2030.A number of the world’s cities are witnessing a backlash against tourism. Venice, Barcelona, San Sebastián  and the island of Mallorca […]

What could Emirates-Etihad merger deal mean for aviation ?

A combination of Dubai-based Emirates and Abu Dhabi’s Etihad would be the airline industry’s deal of the decade, if it can be pulled off. Executives at the those companies have been quietly laying plans to create what would be the world’s biggest airline by passenger traffic. The group would have combined revenue of $29.3 billion […]

The most liveable cities

Vienna is the most liveable city in the world, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s 2018 rankings. City came out on top as the world’s most liveable city, as judged on  stability, healthcare, culture, education and infrastructure. The Austrian capital ranked second in last year’s survey. The Austrian capital topped the list for the first time, replacing Melbourne, […]

New standing-up airplane seat design

Italian seat manufacturer Aviointeriors has come up with a design that allows passengers to stretch their legs as much as they want when they travel without any extra cost. The catch? The seats are so far upright that they’ll be pretty much standing up. Unveiled at the Aircraft Interiors Expo 2018 in Hamburg, the SkyRider 2.0 aims […]

TripAdvisor Is Top-Visited Travel Site Before Booking?

Which is the most influential travel company of all?  It was  several years ago that if an online travel agency or hotel wanted to be in the mix and reach consumers, then it had to advertise on TripAdvisor. But that was before TripAdvisor tried to become a hotel booker while later switching back to classic […]

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