Airlines are expected to lose US$5.6 billion this year despite improved demand for international air traffic in January, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said today.
The latest Lonely Planet content is now featured on SoutheastAsia.org, the new tourism website for the region created by the ASEAN Tourism Association.
The International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) has recently updated its online database, and now includes several thousand profiles which had been "hidden" previously.
There's a fresh new look to the PATA website.
FCm Travel, the corporate arm of Flight Centre, last week said that it would be focusing on the Asian region in the next few years as it is seeing the markets there maturing its corporate travel sect...
North America is officially no longer the world's largest travel market, with figures showing clearly that Asia Pacific has taken the top spot with 647 million travellers in the past year.
Air transport statistics for the full year of 2009 is in and it appears last year saw worst demand decline in history with passenger aircraft flying 75.6% full and cargo flying with a 49.1% load fact...
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the US have reached an agreement regarding aviation security cooperation initiatives.
The National Business Travel Association (NBTA) - the largest international association of business travel professionals
Figures released yesterday by the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) show that the numbers of international visitors to the Asia Pacific region* grew by 2.2 percent year-on-year in October 2009
While the Copenhagen agreement hammered out between world leaders is a good step, it doesn't specify goals for aviation, says the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
The Pacific Asia Travel Association welcomes and fully support the 'Live the Deal' climate change initiative announced yesterday by Professor Geoffrey Lipman on behalf of greenearth.travel
The Skal Asia Mid-term Board Meeting was recently held at the Chaophya Park Hotel, Bangkok between 25 - 30 November 2009.
The Asia-Pacific is this year expected to welcome 360 million travellers for the full year of 2009, a drop of 5% when compared to last year's figures, forecasts an industry body.
A new strategic plan for tourism in the ASEAN countries of Southeast Asia is currently underway.
Every member of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is being called upon to join the battle against climate change in a united front at this year's crucial Copenhagen summit.
The global financial crisis has retracted the airline industry's growth back by two years despite showing improved air traffic results in October 2009.
PATA, the Pacific Asia Travel Association, has forged a partnership with OAG designed to further strengthen the work of the Association's Strategic Intelligence Centre (SIC).