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Lebanon launches campaign to revive tourism sector

BEIRUT, Lebanon - In 2013 Lebanon can expect 50 days of discounts on airline tickets, hotels and at shopping centers as part of a campaign to revive the country’s tourism sector after months of stag

Maldivian Airlines teams with Chennai-based Apollo Hospitals Group

Maldivian Airlines has signed a pact with the Chennai-headquartered Apollo Hospitals to give discounts to each others’ clients.

Simple questions every traveler should be asking to save money

When it comes to saving money on travel, we all know to check discount sites, follow our favorite airlines on social media and monitor our frequent flier points.

HotelTravel.com sends “Shock Sale” curiosity to Mars and beyond

PHUKET, Thailand - HotelTravel.com is releasing its “Shock Sale” and other out-of-this-world promotions today, offering short-term hotel deals so low they are sure to send seismic shock waves arou

Travelers in Africa to enjoy quick roaming service

(eTN) - Tourists and business travelers in ten African countries can now enjoy quick and substantial roaming savings while traveling from one country to another through free incoming calls to be share

American Airlines launches DealFinder 2.0

FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines has enhanced the customized fare-search process by upgrading DealFinder(SM), its downloadable desktop tool that sends customers automatic, personalized fare alert

Carnival UK chief: Agents have responsibility to keep cruise prices up

“The cruise industry and travel agents have a responsibility to diminish customers’ notions that fares will always be reduced”, the boss of Carnival told delegates at the UK Cruise Convention la

Overstock.com launches discounted vacations section

SALT LAKE CITY - Overstock.com, Inc. announced today that it will now offer deep discounts on vacation getaways.

Air China providing more seats this Chinese New Year

Beijing - Air China is laying on 11.5% more seats this Chinese New Year holiday compared to last year, helping tens of thousands more people get home to their families for the most important holiday o

Super deals: Martinique hotels welcome US travelers with attractive discounts on...

DNEW YORK, NY – Hotels and resorts across Martinique are rolling out the red carpet like never before for US travelers this summer by offering attractive discounts on four- and seven-night packages.

Weak euro, economy make troubled Europe a hotspot for US tourists

NEW YORK - The troubled euro zone is being eyed by Americans as this summer's hot spot.

Finding hidden deals with airline promo codes

LOS ANGELES - Ready for a vacation, but money is tight? You might be surprised to learn the deals airlines are offering these days. Here's how to find today's really cheap seats.

Red Roof chain partners with International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association

Red Roof, a leader in the economy lodging segment has partnered with the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA) to offer chain-wide discounts to the Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Transgendere

New York hotels offer discounts for those staying in the city...

“While for many travelers having a stay in New York extended unexpectedly is a great stroke of luck, the logistics involved can also be a bit of a pain in the neck,” said Mayor Bloomberg.

Cruise line cuts ministerial services, freebies for Catholic priests

A group of priests have claimed they will experience serious financial losses after cruise liners cut ministerial services.

Alaska Airlines launches ‘Mystery City’ discounted flights

SEATTLE - Alaska Airlines announced "Spontaneous Savings," with a 25 percent discount off fares between Portland,Ore., and a new destination each day for five consecutive days, starting today.

“Mystery discounts” to be offered by Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air

SEATTLE - Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air today announced "Mystery Discounts," in which the carriers will offer a discount off fares to new destinations each day, for three consecutive days, starting

Oaseas Resorts salutes members of the military in September

Oaseas Resorts is offering a month-long salute to the men and women of the military.

Southwest Airlines announces slow season fare sale

DALLAS - Southwest Airlines Co. announced a fare sale to fill seats during the slow fall and winter seasons, but it blacked out many days around the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.

Desperate Las Vegas slashes prices to lure the tourists back

Las Vegas is ramping up to slash hotel prices and room rates as the economic downturn has driven away tourists from the visitor-dependent city.

Pets get a break with JetBlue discounts

JetBlue said on Monday that it is offering a special discount of 50% off its standard JetPaws pet fee of USD100 each way for PETCO customers.

Tourists wasting hundreds of dollars in UK

London - Faced with a recession, British restaurants are resorting in droves to money-off vouchers to attract new customers.

Vancouver tourism woe is a boon for the locals

VANCOUVER — For hotel general manager Marion Harper Treskin, it is the type of visitors filling her rooms at the Westin Grand Hotel that tells the tale of this recession-ridden tourist season.

Hotel industry’s new motto – “Better cheap than empty”

As U.S. hotels try to lure a shrinking number of business and leisure travellers, the industry appears to have adopted a new motto -- "Better cheap than empty."

Luxury hotels – there are deals to be had

There are deals to be had. Hotels need you, and they need your money, and in this time of downturn, they aren't going to let rooms stand empty if they can generate some cash.

Southwest’s effect on fares may be muted at Logan

Since Southwest Airlines said in April that it would begin flying from Logan International Airport to Baltimore and Chicago, average fares on those routes have dropped 38 and 20 percent, respectively.

The summer of bargains

The Caribbean has some great deals, including money-back offers and free nights. Also, we have an offer in Las Vegas for those who can act fast.

Discounts on TourCrafters’ hotels in Italy and Europe

Everyone knows by now that lower prices make this a great year to visit Europe. And certainly there's no better cure for stress than a trip to Italy.

Mexican resorts entice tourists with bargains after flu outbreak

Mexico is struggling to recover from the economic ills caused by the swine flu outbreak. The tourism industry is especially hard hit as many visitors stay away.

Powerful players: yes; new ideas: no

It was mostly gloom and doom at the 2009 Berlin International Hotel Investment Forum.