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JAL announces international fare fuel surcharge

Japan Airlines (JAL) has requested for approval from the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) to revise up the fuel surcharges applied on all international passenger

JAL announces international fare fuel surcharge for October to November 2012

TOKYO, Japan - Japan Airlines (JAL) has requested for approval from the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) to apply a lower level of fuel surcharges on all interna

Zimbabwe’s infrastructure reaches new lows

(eTN) - Zimbabwe has not paid for the electricity it has been using from Mozambique, so Mozambique had cut the connection.

Airline expansion and growth limited by poor airport infrastructure

(eTN) - Major airlines in Europe and North America have for many years now watched new global players emerge, eating deep into the cake of market dominance previously shared by only those few which ha

Seychelles and COMESA working together

The Seychelles President, Mr. James Michel, has met with the Secretary General of COMESA, Sindiso Ngwenya, at State House this afternoon.

Korea’s tourism industry has to improve

Now that the Koreans’ excitement over Pyeongchang’s successful Winter Olympics bid has calmed, the country’s largest business lobby has taken a hard look at Korea’s tourism infrastructure.

Uganda tourism is falling short

Loopholes have appeared in Uganda’s marketing strategy of the tourism industry with questions being asked about the impact of expensive campaigns such as the last and perhaps most publicized "Friend

Middle East tunnel megaprojects to be discussed in Abu Dhabi

DUBAI, UAE - Governments across the MENA region are still continuing to invest in infrastructure megaprojects, which are designed to meet the requirements of their increasing populations.

Indian tourism body calls for development of infrastructure, logical taxation

The Indian Association of Tour Operators (IATO), the apex body of the travel and tourism industry, has recommended vigorous development of infrastructure, logical taxation and creation of land banks f

Seychelles VP echoes call for small islands to benefit more from...

LOZHITA PALACE, Kingdom of Swaziland - Speaking at the 14th Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) this week in the Swaziland, Vice P

UAE aids Seychelles anti-piracy infrastructure

The government of the United Arab Emirates has signed an agreement with the government of Seychelles to fund the construction of a new Seychelles Coast Guard base on Ile Perseverance, in a project wor

MICE Infrastructure update from Chilean Conventions Bureaus Group

The Chilean Conventions Bureaus Group announced that the main destinations where conventions and international fairs are held in Chile are working normally.

Asia’s permanent advantage: Leaving Europe and North America further behind?

For the frequent traveler, there is a stark dichotomy across the world. Almost without exception, traveling with an Asian carrier to any Asian airport is a pleasure.

About Don Muang and about trains

The most constant quality of any Thai governments is its ability to always announce huge development projects for Bangkok.

Kenya should up the ante on tourism

NAIROBI, Kenya - Kenya should revamp its infrastructure, beef up security and provide a favorable political environment to increase earnings raked from the tourism industry, says Stanbic Investment an

Despite war-weakened infrastructure, Lebanon tourism is up

Lebanon is calling this summer tourist season the most successful ever. Visitors flocked to the Lazy B uspcale beach club owned by Georges Boustany.

Middle East business travel scheduled for take off

According to a new report by the Hogg Robinson Group (HRG), the Middle East should be able to increase business travel due to improved flight connections and investment made in beefing up the region's

TIME Pasar Wisata seen as a boon for tourism infrastructure

TIME Pasar Wisata, Indonesia’s tourist show hosted from October 15 to 17 in Makassar (South Sulawesi), has experienced a turbulent destiny, reflecting in large ways the problems faced by Indonesia t

Australia to showcase $3.7 billion investment

A record number of 45 Australian exhibitors have descended on Auckland to attend the Pacific Area Incentives and Conferences Expo (PAICE), commencing August 19.

Keeping an eye on medical tourists

MANILA, Philippines - A group of doctors who have been friends since their preschool days are among the many reasons why the Philippines stands a good chance of becoming a major destination for medical tourists.Medical tourists are those who go to other countries to have a medical procedure performed because of the cheaper cost.