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Cancun It's Safe to Say That Mexico Tourism is Getting Stronger
June 9, 2011

Despite the latest, and somewhat unfair, travel warning for Mexico, tourism numbers are inching ever so closely to those of a widely successful 2008. Agents and operators can take most of the credit.More>>

blank Amadeus: Hoteliers Should Remove Barriers to Growth
June 9, 2011

Report cites gaps between hotel technology, marketing and operations.More>>

blank Asia Rising: Travel Industry Bets Big on Asia-Pacific Market
June 9, 2011

PhoCusWright research offers analysis of Asia-Pacific market.More>>

blank Customer Satisfaction With Airlines Up, But Costs and Fees A Barrier
June 8, 2011

Alaska Airlines and JetBlue Airways took top rankings for customer satisfaction. More>>

blank Business Travel Expected to Rise This Summer
June 7, 2011

Business trips likely to rise, but spending on family vacations isn't forecast to increase this summerMore>>

blank Loews Hotels' Tisch Stresses U.S. Infrastructure Upgrades
June 6, 2011

Tisch implored tourism and hospitality industry leaders to unite to find innovative approaches to solving infrastructure problems.More>>

blank Airline Industry Profit Estimate Slashed
June 6, 2011

The number of price-sensitive leisure travelers has fallen 3–4 percent over the past five months, IATA says.More>>

blank Americans Unlikely to Alter Summer Travel Plans
June 6, 2011

Solid growth is expected, including gains in visits by international travelers.More>>

Costa Rica Costa Rica Sees 7.8-Percent Spike in Tourist Arrivals for First Quarter
June 2, 2011

The Costa Rica Tourism Board (ICT) has announced that Costa Rica received more than 685,000 international tourists in the first quarter of 2011. More>>

blank IATA: International Air Travel Rebounds in April
June 2, 2011

Demand improved significantly in April with international traffic up 7 percent over 2008.More>>