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AIME organisers are encouraging attendees to the show to conduct business on and off the show floor through its dedicated networking events.
History And Luxury Meet In Two Stylish Hotels
Incentive travel will bounce back this year, according to Great Hotels of the World who predicted 2011 to be the year companies resume staff trips.
One departure only, 19 August 2011, Sun Island Tours has an exclusive cruise for Gay travellers. Departing from Piraeus (Athens) and visiting the islands of Folegandros, Santorini, Mykonos and Kea, t...
Skyscanner users have voted Australia the place they would most like to visit if money were no object.
Twelve CEOS from the world’s largest alliance of independent hotel chains met in Sydney this month to discuss their plans for expansion and how they are responding to the needs of business and leisur...
Going, Going … not going.
The second ever non-stop flight from mainland China to Adelaide touches down at Adelaide Airport, less than a year since the first non-stop China to Adelaide flight arrived.
Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) achieved a 12.2 percent passenger traffic growth last year compared to 2009.
Wellington may be reducing its holding in Air New Zealand, after NZ Prime Minister John Key shared government’s plans to reduce the country’s debt.
Kuwait has the potential to become a world tourist attract, according to World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) secretary general Talib Rifai.
With the kick off of the 2011 Asia Pacific Incentives & Meetings Expo (AIME), South African Tourism is excited to introduce their newly appointed Country Manager for Australia, Lalie Ngozi.
Wotif.com has extended its booking window from three to six months, offering travellers extra time to plan trips.
Too many Australians come home from overseas to find their credit card has been fraudulently used.
2010 ended on a high for the industry according to Pegasus Solutions, with strong growth in leisure and business bookings compared to December 2009.
Mudgee Region Tourism Inc has applauded a $5million boost to regional tourism that would directly benefit the Mudgee Region if the NSW Liberals & Nationals are elected on 26 March 2011.
Sydney Airport has welcomed Tiger Airways’ announcement that it will commence a daily Sydney -Sunshine Coast service in March.
Resort managers and tourism operators in Fiji are concerned recent Queensland flooding has affected the country’s tourism.