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blank Norwegian Pearl to Set Sail from New York
March 2, 2011

New itineraries offer more choices from New York with longer Caribbean itineraries and more Canada and New England voyages. More>>

blank IATA: High Oil Price Will Cut Airline Profits
March 2, 2011

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) downgraded its airline industry outlook for 2011 to $8.6 billion from the $9.1 billion it estimated in December 2010.More>>

blank Norwegian to Increase Cruise Fares on April 1, 2011
March 1, 2011

NCL extends its "Free Upgrades For All" sales event, allowing travelers extra time to take advantage before fare increase. More>>

blank Down Under Wine Cruise Highlights the Ying and Yang of Wine
March 1, 2011

Are Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon the Ying and Yang of wine? Myths are dispelled in the 2012 "Down Under Wine Cruise" with Ravenswood and Robert Mondavi wineries. More>>

Caneel Bay, Saint John, U.S. Virgin Islands, taken by Fred Hsu Caribbean Most Popular Cruise Region, Says CruiseCompete
March 1, 2011

Tracking trends in consumer behavior and purchase decisions for cruise vacations, CruiseCompete's February 2011's report is based on consumer quote requests by consumers on the cruise website.More>>

blank Holland America's Latest Addition Named Ship of the Year by the WOCLS
March 1, 2011

Ms Nieuw Amsterdam, Holland America's newest addition, was named the 2011 Ship of the Year for its outstanding marks and guest satisfaction. More>>

blank Silversea Enhances Group Sales Program
March 1, 2011

Silversea's GAP program allows travel agents to redeem a set number of points for special group amenities. More>>

blank Langham Hospitality Group Appoints New Regional Vice President China
March 1, 2011

VP Lo Young's new role underlines group's growing footprint in China. More>>

blank Expect Rebound in Leisure Travel Demand
March 1, 2011

Ypartnership says the travel and tourism industry can expect a rebound in leisure demand during the year ahead.More>>

blank U.S. Travel to Switzerland on the Rise
February 25, 2011

Recently released data from the Swiss Federal Office of Statistics indicates that the number of nights Americans spent in Swiss hotels is up 8.9 percent, while arrivals increased by 11.5 percent.More>>