AAT Kings has won the highly regarded Best Tour Operator - Domestic award for the fourth consecutive year at the 18th annual National Travel Industry Awards.
In a statement to e-Travel Blackboard, British Airways said they were troubled to hear that Shane Warne experienced poor flight service, but did not offer an official apology.
Taleb Rifai, Secretary General of the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) briefed the Tourism Futures Conference in Brisbane about the upcoming challenges that Australia will face in the global touris...
More than two million domestic travellers joined in Indigenous tourism activities in 2009, contributing AUD3 billion to the economy, reveals a government report.
Mauritius, Seychelles and the Maldives have walked away with a number of key awards following the World Travel awards ceremony in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
The 10th Australian, New Zealand and Pacific Hotel Industry Conference (ANZPHIC) was held between July 7-8 at the Hilton Sydney.
Past and present members of The Walshe Group, select industry colleagues and clients gathered in Sydney last night to celebrate a decade of leadership in Australia by Managing Director Jacqui Walshe.
The number one aspiration of 18 to 35 year old Australians is to travel overseas, according to the annual Travel Trends Research Report entitled, Contiki's Dollars & Sense.
Boeing Co. has announced the completion of a "firm configuration" of its 787-9 Dreamliner.
Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has launched a three-year MAS Integrity Plan (MIP) to create a culture of best practices in integrity and ethical behaviour throughout the company.
Leading the way in technological advancement in the tourism industry recruitment sector, TMS Asia-Pacific has invested in the most up-to-date online applications, formed new business partnerships and...
Boeing has welcomed the World Trade Organization's (WTO) ruling that the billions of dollars in European launch aid subsidies received by Airbus are illegal and must end.
While America stagnates and Europe remains only stable, China is leading the way following the economic recovery, helping Asia become the most active travel market.
IATA's four pillar strategy is the best way forward for the aviation industry, according to Donald Payen, Air Mauritius' Executive Vice President Commercial & Communications.
Pan Pacific is bringing the PARKROYAL brand back home, entering Australia with three properties, Pan Pacific Hotels Group President A. Patrick Imbardelli announced last night.
Air Mauritius officially reinstated direct services between Sydney and Port Louis yesterday, marking a return to the route after nearly two years.
Reporting a marked increase in passenger numbers in May 2010 compared to last year, Qantas yields were down according to Qantas' May traffic statistics report.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has ordered budget carrier Jetstar Pacific to change its orange-star logo and repaint all of its aircraft.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup has been a major boost to both South Africa's economy and tourism industry, and officials hope the benefits will continue long after the competition's final whistle.
Demand for air travel has rebounded strongly despite April's massive Eyjafjallajokull air travel disruption.