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Eastpak launches new Core Series collection

Eastpak launches new Core Series collection

8 October 2013 Tourism News

American manufacturer Eastpak has launched its latest Core Series in the United Kingdom ahead of the winter travel season. The range is the essence of style and functionality, including its rich herringbone and top coated fabrics embedded in the sleek and modern packaging.

Adara appoints industry veteran to sales role

Adara appoints industry veteran to sales role

7 October 2013 Travel Technology News

Adara has appointed Yahoo veteran Ann Reilly in the new role of vice president, international sales. As the company experiences significant growth within the global travel industry, Adara is accelerating its international expansion in order to better service strong demand from its rapidly growing list of advertisers.

Passenger traffic posts strong gains at 5% growth year over year

Passenger traffic posts strong gains at 5% growth year over year

10 August 2012 Press Release Airline News

Global passenger markets remain buoyant with growth of almost 5% year over year for the first half of 2011 and for June 2012. While certain domestic markets have slowed in North America (+0.8%), Europe (-0.3%) and Africa (-2.4%), international passenger traffic has shown strong growth in June. Africa (+19.2%) and the Middle East (+13.9%)  recovered from the sharp declines in traffic in 2011 brought on by the Arab Spring.  Asia-Pacific also posted double-digit gains in international passenger traffic at +12.3%.

CWT reveals trends and priorities for 2012

CWT reveals trends and priorities for 2012

2 February 2012 Press Release Tourism News

Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT), a global leader specialized in managing business travel and meetings and events, published its Travel Management Priorities for 2012 report, based on an international survey of 290 travel managers. The report highlights the main changes likely to affect travel programs and looks at global trends and differences between regions.