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A once-in-a-lifetime trip on the first commercial flight to space is being offered as a prize in a competition run by the airline KLM.
PHUKET, Thailand - Local tourism operators in Phuket are unhappy with competition posed by Russian rivals.
CAIRO, Egypt - At Egypt's pyramids, the desperation of vendors to sell can be a little frightening for some of the tourists.
The battle for supremacy in the country's civil aviation industry is set to intensify, following the entry of low cost carriers in the market.
The latest national study by the Tourism and Transport Forum says that the Australian tourism industry will have a tough time trying to compete with Asian rivals.
Qantas management is warning the carrier could ''go under'' if the state-owned Etihad is allowed to buy enough of a share of Virgin Australia to allow it to start undercutting Qantas on its profitable
April’s annual Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Investment Conference in Puerto Rico provides a highly appropriate time and venue to raise questions about the future of the cruise industry in the Caribbe
Virgin Atlantic chief executive Steve Ridgway has said that International Airlines Group, owner of British Airways, will have a “massive competition mountain” to climb if it is to be successful in
MOJAVE, Calif., Oct. - Just over fifty years ago, an historic competition for the first pilots to fly into space yielded the Mercury Seven astronauts.
Nine countries are formally campaigning for elections tomorrow that will decide which States will occupy five non-permanent seats on the Security Council during 2012-13.
As national Cruise Week begins, the normally sedate seaborne sector of the travel industry is getting rough.
(eTN) - Within hours of Kenya Airways ‘serving notice of intent’ about its future, when they signed a 26 aircraft deal with Embraer of Brazil, other airlines expressed their fears in an uncharacte
The judges have made their choice for the 2010 World Tourism Day (WTD) Photo Competition on the theme "Tourism and Biodiversity." Of the more than 500 photos received, 5 photos were selected as those
It started back in 2005 when Royal Caribbean Cruise Line added rock climbing walls, mini-golf and ice-skating rinks to their cruise ships.
Air China Ltd., the nation’s largest international carrier, said it’s working on more than 100 service improvements as it competes with Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. and Delta Air Lines Inc.
BANGKOK — As the Thai government launches a campaign to woo back tourists after recent rioting here, its world-renowned hospitality industry is facing another threat: stiffer competition from neighb
The "Cola Wars" of the mid-1980s was a dark time for the soft drink industry.
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