Tourism Trends News

UK cities cheapest in decades for visitors as pound slides

UK cities cheapest in decades for visitors as pound slides

21 March 2017 Tourism News

The sharp decline in the value of the British pound thanks to uncertainty surrounding the Brexit referendum means that UK cities are at their cheapest level internationally in decades. That is according to the latest findings of The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Worldwide Cost of Living Survey.

Antler launches 2017 summer collection

Antler launches 2017 summer collection

24 February 2017 Tourism News

Antler has designed a range of functional, stylish cases for spring and summer 2017. With a plethora of features, each case defines its own benefits for both long and short haul travel; each a desired possession, to have and to hold all summer through; and with a ten year global guarantee,  a further ten summers to follow.

Breaking Travel News investigates: International tourism expenditure

Breaking Travel News investigates: International tourism expenditure

10 August 2016 Focus

International mass tourism is a relatively new phenomenon, growing form a low-base in the 1960s into the global juggernaut it is today. But which countries enjoy the most tourism and which countries spend the most on travel? Take a look at two new maps from How Much to find out where money from inbound and outbound tourism flows.

Strong American dollar driving European travel

Strong American dollar driving European travel

12 April 2015 Tourism News

The current strength of the dollar, coupled with declining gas prices and transportation costs, means that more Americans can afford to travel outside of the U.S. – some for the first time. New research findings from PayPal* show that the strong dollar is having an impact on Americans’ travel plans, though more could be taking advantage of the golden opportunity.

Samsonite launches pioneering Lite-Locked range

Samsonite launches pioneering Lite-Locked range

22 July 2014 Tourism News

Samsonite, the world’s largest luggage brand, has introduced Lite-Locked, the pioneering light-weight collection that merges two key features deeply embedded in Samsonite’s brand DNA: a three-point locking system and the revolutionary Curv material. The three-point locking system, launched as a Samsonite patented innovation in 1986, has continued to evolve over the last 30 years, and now offers travellers even greater security, practical travel use and facilitated opening and closing.

U.S. travel agencies’ air ticket sales rise 5.14%

U.S. travel agencies’ air ticket sales rise 5.14%

17 July 2014 Press Release Tourism News Organisations & Operators

ARC, the financial settlement link between airlines and travel sellers, reported today that the consolidated dollar value of airline tickets sold by U.S.-based travel agencies rose 5.14 percent year-over-year in the first-half of 2014 compared to the same period last year, totaling $48.5 billion versus $46.1 billion in 2013.

Antler delivers the Sterling in green for summer 2014

Antler delivers the Sterling in green for summer 2014

16 July 2014 Tourism News

Global premium luggage label Antler continues to celebrate 100 years of British design and innovation, introducing the celebrated, best-selling Sterling suitcase in a brand new colour-way. One of the most celebrated Antler designs, the Sterling, is now available in green for summer 2014, exclusively at on the official Antler website.

Nearly two thirds of holidaymakers use debit cards abroad

Nearly two thirds of holidaymakers use debit cards abroad

26 June 2014 Press Release Tourism News Organisations & Operators

According to a new report on debit and credit card spending abroad, spending on debit cards is worse than spending on credit cards.  Responding to this new investigation, leading payments innovator, Ukash, which has just launched the best value Travel Money Prepaid MasterCard® card, reveals the findings of its own research into the spending behaviours of Brits abroad.