New analysis from Amadeus Air Traffic Travel Intelligence solution reveals that worldwide air traffic volume grew 5% between 2011 and 2012, with Asia being the largest, fastest-growing and most competitive market for air travel.
The European Travel Commission (ETC) announced that the first quarterly report on European Tourism in 2013 - Trends & Prospects has just been published. International arrivals and nights to Europe for the first months of 2013 point to a slower, but continued growth for most of the reporting destinations. As 2012 was a strong year for tourism, Europes modest upward trend confirms the health of its tourism sector against overall economic turmoil.
How we present ourselves, particularly those in uniform, should capture the essence of the Brand. So, I was a bit alarmed when I came across this tidbit - 'Chinese carrier to dress its flight attendants as maids and butlers'
More than 25 ministers took part in the second annual UNWTO & Ministerial Forum at the Arabian Travel Market with delegates sharing their views on how to work together towards long-term aviation and tourism sector growth.
The U.S. Travel Association today released a new analysis of the cost of flight delays resulting from announced Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) furloughs of air traffic control personnel in response to budget sequestration.
U.S. scheduled passenger airlines employed 380,159 workers in February 2013, 2.5 percent fewer than in February 2012, the U.S. Department of Transportations Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported today.
Airbus, Air Canada and BioFuelNet Canada, hosted by Montreals McGill University, have formed a partnership to assess Canadian solutions for the production of sustainable alternative jet fuels with the long term goal to supply Air Canada.
The closed-door deliberations by a group of major airlines to significantly limit how consumers shop and compare airline fares and schedules should not be endorsed by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), a leading trade group representing travel distribution urged in its filing to the DOT.