The latest Economic Impact Report (EIR) from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), which represents the global Travel & Tourism private sector, reveals that the U.S. Travel & Tourism sector is projected to contribute over $2.6 billion in gross domestic product (GDP) to the U.S. economy over the next decade.
A VisitEngland survey out today shows that 5.3 million Brits are definitely planning an overnight holiday break in the UK during the extended Bank Holiday weekend for the Platinum Jubilee, bringing an estimated £1.2 billion boost to the economy.
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has revealed the travel and tourism sector in France will propel the national economic recovery and could even surpass pre-pandemic levels next year, when it is projected to rise 2.2% above 2019 levels.
After a turbulent two years, new research from the Mastercard Economics Institute reveals that global leisure and business flight bookings have surpassed pre-pandemic levels, while spending on cruise lines, buses and trains saw sharp improvements this year.
Born of a legacy spanning a century, two continents and three generations, Briggs & Riley is the iconic American travelware brand. Here Breaking Travel News checks out the Convertible Backpack Duffle from the new ZDX collection
Safety concerns and racial discrimination are fundamental constraints on the choices of British Black and Asian travellers, according to research led by the University of Surrey in collaboration with Women in Travel CIC.
Habitas has appointed Guy Heywood as chief executive of hotels, overseeing the management division to support its rapid global growth. He begins with immediate effect.
MMGY Global has announced the launch of MMGY Travel Intelligence Europe with the hiring of 25-year travel industry veteran Cees Bosselaar.
The cruise industry in the Baltic Sea continues to grow according to the latest Cruise Baltic Market Review. The research shows a record-breaking number of cruise guests visiting the region as well as an increase in the number of calls.
The privately-owned, global luggage brand has released new carry-on, medium and large spinner suitcases, as well as two lightweight trunks in medium and extra-large – all are ideal for travellers with the most discerning tastes
Briggs & Riley is considered among the premier international makers of luggage and business cases. Here Breaking Travel News chats with Richard Krulik, chief executive of the brand, to discover more about the company and what it brings to the international hospitality market