Expedia's annual State of the Nation report reveals Australia is a nation of travel aficionados who use Bucket Lists to keep their travel dreams on track.
Total passenger set to double to 7 billion by 2034 Government policies can counteract economic headwinds
According to the World Travel & Tourism Council’s annual autumn update to its Economic Impact research, GDP growth of 3.5% is forecast for the sector in 2015
TripAdvisor has announced its Summer Holiday Value Report, revealing the top 10 most popular international destinations for Australian travellers this summer.
TripAdvisor data suggests independent Chinese travelling out of the mainland are increasingly mobile and keen on sharing their travel experience with others during the national holiday period.
Data analysis conducted by KAYAK.com.hk has identified the winning combination when it comes to Hong Kong travellers’ accommodation requirements.
There's a distinct climate of change in the burgeoning Chinese tourism market and Gold Coast-based Global Tour Specialists is set to meet the challenge.
Australians are the most prolific rule breakers on the ski slopes of Japan and the most likely to need accident assistance as a result, according to a new report.
Travellers from Asia Pacific are favouring getaways closer to home and within the APAC region compared with holidays that require long international flights.
The UK has lost its place as one of the most popular Christmas destinations for Aussies this year, according to travel search engine Skyscanner.com.au.
Despite Asia Pacific's difficult year, the region's travel industry is soaring, according to research by travel industry research authority Phocuswright.
‘Inattentive Parents’; the ‘Aromatic, the ‘Boozer’; and the ‘Audio Insensitive’ round out list of top five most offensive airline travellers.
The first Princess Cruises National Relaxation Survey found that almost two-thirds of Australian workers suffered from FOTAL - Fear of Taking Annual Leave.
Australia’s tourism industry is forecast to exceed AU$129 billion by 2020-21, due to a weaker Australian dollar and increased inbound tourism from Asia.
Australians are being warned by creditcardfinder.com.au to watch their spending, following a study revealing millions of travellers have “Debt-lag”.
Travellers from Asia Pacific are leading the world in intended future travel spend, according to Visa’s Global Travel Intentions Study 2015.
According to Roy Morgan Research, one in five Australian holiday-makers chose their last travel destination based on having visited before.
A new report from Phocuswright undertook a study of the independent lodging marketplace in six major markets: France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK and USA.
The 2015 Australian Tourism Labour Force Report has estimated that the tourism and hospitality sector will require an additional 123,000 workers by 2020.
Travelport Worldwide Limited has announced strong financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2015.