US will be the top destination, Dubai the busiest airport
Christmas is on the way which can only mean one thing - the new year is almost here
the problem of ‘overtourism’ is starting to cause concern for a number of authorities within popular tourist destinations,
Aussies are overspending on holidays by $900 million, CommBank research reveals
Domestic and international travel growth largely was in balance.
Cheapflights research shows Brisbane and Canberra lead the nation while Hobart ranks last
On the first day of summer, TripAdvisor®, reveals the top 10 most popular international and domestic destinations
Bestjet’s Managing Director and travel expert Rachel James has come up with 10 tips on how to survive the trip with your kids
Leading hospitality brand reveals and analyzes the latest trends affecting the planning and execution of business meetings and events
Report reveals new age of flash packing across South East Asia Southeast Asia’s booming tourism trade has experienced a new twist with a rising segment of second generation upmarket hostels now attra...
Africans willing to spend twice as much on airline extras than travellers from Asia Pacific
Travel Marketing has published their first report into the online buying habits of holiday makers.
But increased trade protectionism has potential to damage growth prospects
With summer on the horizon in the Southern hemisphere and blankets of snow set to descend in the North, now is the perfect time to plan an adventure trip
AirPlus International has published the third part of its International Travel Management Study (ITMS) for 2016
Today’s ABS figures show short-term visitor arrivals for August 2016 were 11.7% higher than in August 2015
Cheapflights Reveals the Top Destinations for Extended Solo Travel
Rezdy 2016 bookings reveal lead-time trends
Hotels in the Asia Pacific region reported mixed results in the three key performance metrics
It's not common for an airline to make significant changes to its schedule close to the day of departure, so seeing fluctuations in capacity in China proved an odd find