Renowned Shanghai hotel Pudong Shangri-La has been in business since 1998, when it was thought to be folly to build a hotel on the Pudong side of Shanghai's Huangpu River
Preliminary estimates released this week show Israel received 3.45 million visitors this year.
Alaskans have always embraced winter, and are increasingly encouraging travelers to do the same with a lineup of participation-required activities around the state.
Ho Chi Minh City welcomed its three millionth foreign visitor with a bang earlier this month, arranging a welcoming ceremony for Russian tourist Nina Fedorava.
Continental Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of United Continental Holdings, Inc. announced that its fleet service employees represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters
Corporate travellers will not return to pre-recession levels Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) research found.
Marriott International is making 2011 a great year to hold a meeting by extending its popular promotion, Marriott’s Meetings Matter.
Corporate and Social VIPs Celebrate Opening of City’s First Crowne Plaza
IndiGo’s A320 is first airliner ever to fly an RNP approach at Cochin Airport
One of Asia’s leading serviced apartment providers moves into Thailand
Pegasus Solutions reported a 30.6 percent growth in booking volumes through the global distribution systems for November compared to last year.
Leading travel retailer Tasa Meng, working closely with Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Authority, has raised nearly US$60,000 in a major initiative targeted at the World Vision charity.
The latest addition to the Cape Hotel Collection, the Cape Nidhra Hotel, Hua Hin is set to open March 1st, 2011.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) is open to any “interesting” opportunity in terms of selling its stake in British airline Virgin Atlantic.
Location, Facilities and Services Target International Business Travellers
Qantas are currently flying five A380 aircraft and are anticipating the delivery of two new planes early next year.
Expects more than 100,000 downloads before the end of this year and reveals the digital marketing strategy for 2011
According to a new survey, the American travelling public believe there ‘has to be a better way’ in regards to the security screening processes currently in place for air travel.
Everyone likes something free.
Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association chairman Keith Overton sent a letter to members last week reporting an influx of remunerations from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill fund.