Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) and Switzerland Tourism, the Swiss national tourism promotion organization, are expanding their existing collaboration into the sustainability field.
Plans to convert Admiralty Arch, one of London’s most iconic historical landmarks, into a luxury hotel under the Waldorf Astoria brand are accelerating under new ownership with Reuben Brothers.
TUI, the UK’s largest travel company, started its biggest Lapland programme last Wednesday, with more Christmas joy than ever.
Leading travel service provider Trip.com Group held its 2022 Global Partner Summit in Macao, with tourism boards, international airlines, hotel groups and industry representatives from across the travel industry in attendance.
PepsiCo and CELSIUS® are coming together to give back to Florida communities and local economies with its "Save the Shore" program, supporting nearly 30 local Florida businesses reliant on tourism in their path to reopening.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on both the Danish and Icelandic Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP) to revoke the planned increases in air traffic charges set to come into effect on 1 January 2023.
Digital customer experience agency Great State is marking twelve years of strategic digital partnership with Bristol Airport with the launch of their new website, transforming the digital experience for their customers.
Manchester Airport has unveiled plans to become the first UK airport with a direct supply of low carbon hydrogen fuel, announcing a partnership with HyNet – one of the UK’s leading Government-backed industrial decarbonisation projects.
Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund announced on Thursday the establishment of the Aseer Investment Company (AIC) to operate as its investment arm in the Aseer region of Saudi Arabia.
The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, Investments & Aviation (BMOTIA) has today concluded a successful week at the World Travel and Tourism (WTTC) Global Summit in in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia where they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in the field of tourism between the two destinations, The Bahamas and Saudi Arabia.
A shift away from the purchase of goods toward investment in authentic, local experiences has gained momentum over the last few years - and that has important implications for the travel industry.
Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, Governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), shared Thailand’s plan to achieve 10 million international visitor arrivals in 2022, while speaking at the 22nd World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Global Summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.