The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) have released its 2015 forecast, which states the travel and tourism industry will grow faster than the global economy in 2015.
Research conducted by American Express describes Australians as pattern spenders.
London visitors attractions see a 7.11 per cent increase in visitor numbers in 2014.
IHG publishes report scaling the ‘China Outbound’ travel opportunity, particularly in Australia.
Recent TNS research suggests Australians are more likely to opt for domestic holidays while the dollar is weak.
TripAdvisor announces TripBarometer study results, unveiling Australians will increase travel budget and more plan to travel internationally this year.
The latest National Visitor Survey released by Tourism Accommodation Australia has revealed the importance of events in the industry.
National Visitor Survey figures have been released, revealing top results for the Sunshine Coast.
TripAdvisor survey reveals 47% of Australian female travellers are planning at least two to four solo holidays this year.
Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) latest visitor arrival forecasts show that the region is maintaining its growth potential to 2019.
IATA announced global passenger traffic results for January 2015 showing traffic growth (RPKs) of 4.6% compared to January 2014.
The latest ZUJI-dex travel report goes inside the minds of Singapore-based grad and post-grad travellers, uncovering their likes, dislikes, similarities and taboos.
Australian travellers maybe gambling with their finances and risking huge financial losses.
IATA released data for global air freight markets showing a 3.2% expansion in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs) in January 2015.
Africa: flydubai reports 14% increase in passenger numbers between 2013 and 2014 in Africa.
Figures show a 5.6 per cent year-on-year increase in hotel establishment guests.
The latest Hotels.com Hotel Price Index reveals a slight rise in Australian hotel room prices.
Mind the Gap hotel negotiations in the year ahead.
First full year of operation ends with net profit of EUR 2.7 million.
Over six million Aussies suffer from a phenomenon known as the ‘End of Summer Blues’ which results in a sudden drop in mood once Summer has come to an end.