The French online travel market remains stable amidst global economic challenges.
The U.S. hotel industry has suffered greatly amid the U.S. recession. Total hotel room revenue has been in freefall with double-digit declines for 2009.
Mission Hills is spearheading golf development in China and is recognized by the Guinness World Records as the largest golf club in the world, boasting an incredible twelve 18-hole champion golf courses. It achievements were recognized at the recent World Travel Awards Asia Ceremony where it was voted “Asia’s Leading Golf Resort”.
Online specialists Intelligent Leisure Solutions (ILS3) and the Discover.Travel Group are blazing a new trail in providing highly-personalized travel solutions to South and Central America. BTN discovers more about their innovative strategies that are making them leaders in these regions.
The PhoCusWright Conference concluded last Thursday with a champagne toast announcing Amadeus IT Group as the PhoCusWright Travel Innovation Summit Winner.
Nestling in an idyllic corner of southern Brazil, Kurotel has forged a reputation as a world-leader in spa and wellness. BTN finds out more
Does the world really need another search aggregation website? Well, we are about to find out. FlightSearch.com has gone live (in beta) with an interesting approach to searching multiple travel sites.
While trolling around Delta.com this afternoon looking to burn some of our hard-earned SkyMiles we came across a new (or re-launched) feature called the SkyMiles Marketplace
Do you have a Facebook Page, Group or Event? If you do, you will be super excited about the new opportunity Facebook is providing today.
TripAdvisor is leveraging the power of its network of travelers… some 25 Million Monthly users in order to pull cash from the wallets of business listing members.
At 10.00 am on Nov 19, 2009, the U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs is going to hold a hearing titled ‘Is it Time to Lift the Ban on Travel to Cuba?
Over the weekend, we noticed an interesting promotion from the Planet Hollywood Hotel in Las Vegas that reminds us of JetBlue’s wildly successful (at least on the PR side) All You Can Jet Pass.