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Juergen T. Steinmetz, the head of the eTurboNews (eTN) has arrived in Seychelles for the ICTP (International Council of Tourism Partners) and for the Routes Africa 2012 Conferences.
The well-known personality of the travel media world, Mr.
The tech guys at online travel community TripAdvisor must be scrambling to figure out what happened last weekend when “an unauthorized third party had stolen part of TripAdvisor's member email list.
It has been a little over a year since that tragic incident in San Diego.
Last week Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Tourism Board's CEO, addressed the Young Leaders Program, and he touched on the work of the News Bureau, a point that is often taken for granted.
(eTN) – A letter to the editor of Guayana-based Starbroek News has complained that Caribbean Airlines’ operation in Guyana “reek of corporate contempt.”
LONDON (eTN) – The president and CEO of the World Travel & Tourism Council, Jean Claude Baumgarten, explains for eTurboNews how his organization is involved in the fight against global warming and s
Bruno Matheu, executive vice president of marketing, revenue, and network management for Air France-KLM gave an exclusive interview to eTurboNews explaining the reason behind the launch of a Premium E
Skal members from more then 50 countries attended the traditional Skal luncheon, which was hosted by Skal International Berlin in connection with ITB, which just completed its final day on the fairgro
eTurboNews’ very own special contributor has a gotten a very important: director of tourism marketing or the Seychelles.
HONOLULU, HI – eTurboNews, Inc.
From Nairobi to Waikiki, to the small Irish community of Moneygall; the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th president of United States has generated what is termed the “Obama effect” on touri
STOWE, VT - IIPT founder and president Louis D’Amore and eTurbo News publisher Thomas Steinmetz is calling for urgent support of Peace Boat, which is facing a critical situation.
The Atlantic island of Madeira is on track for a record year, according to the region’s tourism chief, Conceição Estudante.
(eTN) - As early as 1990, Benazir Bhutto outlined her vision of tourism as a major force in economic development for Pakistan. A New York Times article by Barbara Crosette on August 6, 1990 reported on Bhutto’s strategic policy outline for the development of tourism as a major industry in Pakistan and a means to create a livelihood for millions of Pakistani people.