Travel habits have been altered by the coronavirus pandemic, a few indelibly, but many will revert back to their previous form as travel returns or
QUESTION FOR THE WEEK: Exports from international tourism hit USD1.7 trillion in 2018, but who were the biggest spenders?
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USA remains the world’s largest travel and tourism economy, a global industry that now contributes USD8.8 trillion to the world economy
The United States of America (USA) retained its status as the world’s largest travel and tourism economy last year despite a standstill in international visitors
The power of travel and tourism – how inclusive tourism can help to bridge the gap between social divides worldwide
Tourism by its very nature an activity that promotes inclusion. More than 1.3 international arrivals were registered in 2017, meeting other people from other cultures
Political unrest in Nicaragua has “devastating effect” on its own and impacts neighbours tourism industries
Until April this year Nicaragua’s tourism sector had been growing, but then on 18-Apr-2018 the peaceful protests turned violent over controversial pension reforms and have
Research from Auckland Airport shows that travellers from Australia who are visiting friends and relatives (VFR) in New Zealand are highly valuable and a market
Last year, Europe registered an all-time record upswing (+8%) in international tourist arrivals, an increase four times higher than in 2016 and above worldwide growth
International tourist arrivals grew by a remarkable 7% in 2017 to reach a total of 1,322 million, according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer.
Gold Coast Airport reported (21-Sep-2017) the apron expansion project to create approximately 20,000sqm of additional capacity is well underway and due for completion in Mar-2018. The
It is certainly true that travel opens our eyes to the world, but we are not alone seeking that insight with tourism increasingly engulfing the