A 67% surge in arrivals from China helped Thailand record an overall growth of 6.14% in visitors in October, the first month of positive growth this year.
The Commission plans to publish its international tourism paper in early 2015.
New report shows which destinations Australian luxury travellers prefer.
Airfare report to be released at ACTE Global Conference in Sydney.
In October 2014, Singapore Airlines' systemwide passenger carriage (measured in revenue passenger kilometres) declined 1.2% over last year.
Vietnam’s first luxury tour operator has pinned high hope on expanding its British clientele following its successful show at the recent World Travel Market London 2014.
Melbourne Airport achieved 9 per cent international passenger growth in October compared to the same period last year.
The Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB), in partnership with Deloitte Access Economics, has undertaken a robust study on the benefits of international business events.
Latest Oxford Economics Report examines continued impact of aviation sector on Dubai’s economy and projects continued growth beyond 2020.
Australia’s cultural heritage is the biggest draw for Chinese travellers.
Survey shows Australian travellers’ most searched destinations in Europe are London, Paris, Rome, Athens and Barcelona.
Expedia ‘State of the Nation’ travel report reveals changing trends.
New report highlights compliance is key.
Solid Q3 Performance, dividend initiation and positive full year outlook.
Japan, Australia and Taiwan top three destinations; 80 percent of all trips are at least 4 nights or more.
UAL Reports $1.1 Billion Third-Quarter 2014 Profit Excluding Special Items; USD $924 Million Profit Including Special Items.
Hotels in the Asia Pacific region experienced mixed results during September 2014 when reported in U.S. dollars, according to data compiled by STR Global.
The US Department of Commerce projects international travel will continue to grow in USA.
eRevMax has released an infographic shedding key insights on the Chinese traveler and their online booking behaviour.
Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) transported 12,311,965 passengers in the first nine months of 2014.