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Survey: Los Angeles dives are the worst in US

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Budget hotels in Los Angeles are the nation's worst according to a new survey.

Chinese and Japanese tourists open their wallets in Korea

Chinese and Japanese visitors like to drop big bucks while traveling in Korea, but what do they tend to buy while they're here?

Airline performance improves for third consecutive year

For the third consecutive year, the performance of the nation's leading carriers improved, according to the 21st annual national Airline Quality Rating.

Airport news: Best and worst airports in US

Frequent traveler and novelist Ryan O’Reilly has a love-hate relationship with Chicago’s O’Hare Airport.

Bulgarian tourism still struggles to get higher up quality ladder

VARNA, Bulgaria — For decades the beach holiday of choice for students and budget package tours, Bulgaria still struggles to get higher up the quality ladder.

Vienna: the best city in the world again

Congratulations to Vienna, Austria, for having won the crown again as the city with the best quality of living in the entire world, according to Mercer's 2010 Quality of Living Survey, released May 26

Top quality accommodations open up for World Cup in South Africa

This year's most-talked-about sporting event is more a matter of days than weeks away, and travelers continue to scramble to make last-minute arrangements to join the festivities in South Africa.

Airlines could earn up to extra $35 million by offering quality...

Your choices for the evening are "grilled sirloin steak with a classic béarnaise sauce or grilled chicken breast with a mandarin orange sauce," followed by what is seductively described as an "indulg

According to the annual Airline Quality Ratings airlines are doing a...

The annual Airline Quality Ratings were released today with some good news for consumers.

LimoRes.com offers exclusive rates on quality car service to Royal Caribbean...

LimoRes.com, the leading global ground transportation provider, today announced a partnership with Royal Caribbean International.

Travel agents are back in business in the UK

Pundits have been predicting the demise of the traditional travel agency since the dawn of the web-based travel industry and low cost, no frills airlines in the 1990s.

Opportunities for medical tourism growth in Latin America

With healthcare costs skyrocketing in America and other nations, markets across Latin America offers opportunities for growth in the field of medical tourism.

Chinese airline: 787 not good enough

Shanghai Airlines, one of six Chinese airlines that in 2005 ordered a total of 60 787s, may not take some of its nine planes, the airline's chairman said.

Ministry to form council to boost quality of tourism services

PENANG - The Tourism Ministry will set up a new national consultative council to boost quality of tourism services. Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said said the National Tourism Consultative Council would be the platform to gather feedback, identify obstacles and find solutions to problems and issues in the tourism industry.

Jetstar’s fake flyers check its standards

Jetstar is employing "mystery shoppers" to travel on its network and check service standards. The move comes as the Qantas offshoot has eclipsed Europe's easyJet and Ryanair in terms of its growth profile and is heading for more than 100 aircraft in 2012.