New study reveals majority of Australian travellers prefer beach holidays, but baby boomers are opting for adventurous jaunts.
Channeling the power of data and mobile technology are top priorities for travel managers.
Hotels in the Asia Pacific region experienced mixed results in the three key performance metrics during December 2014.
As Chinese New Year approaches, Wego reflects on the efforts of global tourism entities to attract the Chinese traveller to their countries.
Dubai Airport recorded 70.47 million passengers for 2014, with a projected 79 million for 2015.
New analysis from VisitBritain has revealed that more international tourists are starting to travel across the country than ever before.
UAL Reports $461 Million Fourth-Quarter 2014 Profit Excluding Special Items; $28 Million Profit Including Special Items.
The vast majority of the Group's markets reported solid growth in 2014.
‘Trust Capital’ is now the ‘4th C’ of organisational value - alongside Human, Financial and Intellectual Capital – and a key factor for consumers in making brand choices.
TripAdvisor Reveals the Perfect-Score Holiday Rental Homes in Asia-Pacific.
World Travel Market 2014’s Conference and Event programme experienced a 4.5% increase smashing through the 17,000 barrier for the first time.
IATA's assessment of premium and economy travel in November.
New research by finder.com.au shows big differences in returns for top tourist areas.
Cathay Pacific and Dragonair have released combined traffic figures for December 2014, showing notable increases.
November and December saw airline share prices rise four per cent.
When on holidays, nothing pushes Australian travellers’ buttons quite as much as unpacking and doing the laundry when we get home.
The campaign, which has captured the imagination of people across the world, will see 24 year-old US citizen Adaeze Uyanwah travel to London next month.
Seventies-, eighties- and nineties-born differ greatly on what makes for holiday.
Premiere Asian Travel Operator Curates Luxurious and Educational Trips to Exotic Asian Locations.
Expedia’s Vacation Deprivation report reveals regular holidays keep the doctor at bay.