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Las Vegas Las Vegas Officially Hit A Record Number of Visitors
January 30, 2015

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority confirmed Friday what it had already been anticipating: 41.1 million visitors, up 3.7 percent from 39.7 million in 2013. More>>

Antigua Best Western to Open Two New Caribbean Hotels by End of Year
January 30, 2015

Best Western will be opening properties in both Antigua and St. Maarten by the end of the year. The company also plans to scout Cuba in the next few months. More>>

Air New Zealand Air New Zealand Re-Launches Night Rider Flights
January 30, 2015

From February 20 to March 19 the air carrier will offer $29 to $39 seats on a newly added late-night service.More>>

John Lovell On Location: Vacation.com’s Annual News Conference
January 30, 2015

John Lovell, president of Vacation.com explained that the end of 2014 ended on a high note for Vacation.com and its 5,500 members. Look here too see what 2015 is set to bring to the travel industry.More>>

Qantas Qantas Will Offer Passengers Virtual Reality Technology
January 30, 2015

The Australian airline is launching a three-month trial, where VR headsets will be distributed to customers of Sydney and Melbourne International First lounges and first class guests on certain A380 flights.More>>

Cuba ASTA Applauds Urges by Senate to Repeal Cuba Travel Ban
January 30, 2015

ASTA estimates at least two million additional Americans would visit Cuba by 2017. More>>

Hawaii Hawaii Sees Record 8.3 Million Visitors in 2014; Visitor Expenditures Rose to $14.7 Billion
January 30, 2015

A total of 8,282,680 visitors came to the Hawaiian Islands in 2014, exceeding the 2013 record of 8,174,461 visitors by 1.3 percent.More>>

Close-up car Overseas Travelers Contribute to 25 Percent of Southland Accidents
January 29, 2015

New Zealand’s Ministry of Transport reveals national vehicle crash figures. More>>

Snow hits UK UK Hit With Heavy Snows Causing Travel Slowdown
January 29, 2015

Heavy snowfall has closed hundreds of schools, temporarily shut down Manchester airport, disrupted rail services and brought traffic to a standstill on some roads in the north-west.More>>

blank FCC Warns It Will Prosecute Hotels That Block Personal Wi-Fi
January 29, 2015

In an advisory, the FCC said its enforcement bureau has witnessed a "disturbing trend" in which hotels and other commercial establishments block wireless consumers from using personal Wi-Fi hot spots on their premises.More>>