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Some say that one's man's trash could be another man's treasure.
Sometime during my documented exchange with a United Airlines’ customer service representative in Houston on May 19, 2012, the switch from being a customer who had a few questions, to a journalist w
It has been a little over a year since that tragic incident in San Diego.
(Questions for William A. Maloney, chief executive officer of the American Society of Travel Agents)
eTN: Let’s start with UK domestic tourism. It was all the hype last year. You were saying there wasn’t much need for advertising outside since the hotel rooms were being filled up.
No matter what I suggest, the outcome can’t be worse than what has already happened, Robert Crandall said within the first minute of his keynote address at the recently-concluded Airline Strategy Su
LONDON (eTN) – The day after the United States proclaimed Barack Obama as its new president, headlines here in the British capital resonated the same message: America is cool again.
It is the rising sea level and finding new homes for Maldivians that are at the top of the agenda of the newly sworn in president of the Maldives.
As Zimbabwe celebrated its Independence Day yesterday, the country’s tourism industry needs to realize one very important fact: that it’s tourism infrastructure is the envy of many African destin
HONOLULU (eTN) - Signed in December 2007, the agreement between the United States and China to allow Chinese tour groups to visit the United States as leisure travelers was put into action this week. China has sent the first tour group (from Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou) with an Approved Destination Status yesterday, June 17.
The United Nations World Tourism Organization secretary-general Francesco Frangialli has announced he is planning to leave his post as UN’s tourism chief earlier than expected.
ISTANBUL, Turkey (eTN) – In the days when airlines are hardly staying in business because of skyrocketing fuel prices, one airline seems to have figured out a way to go the exact opposite and actually turn in a profit.Turkish Airlines (THY) reported a first-quarter net profit of $104 million, which it said represented a 260 percent increase over last year’s figures.
Demand high for cruising in 2007 Nelson Alcantara(eTN) - The cruise sector finished the year on a high note, judging by the success of Amadeus Waterways. According to an executive from the California-based cruise giant, last year was a great year with almost 95 percent of our cabins occupied.
TravelWireNews exclusive interview with Kristin Karst, Amadeus Waterways vice president for Sales.How has 2007 been for AW?