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Cape Town Tourism’s successful eKasi Sessions, a series of listening events between the organisation’s chairperson, Enver Mally, and members of the tourism industry has now entered its second phase of engagement.

Phocuswright research revealed 2017 witnessed a significant shift in the way US consumers shopped for leisure travel.

Ctrip, a leading Asian online travel agency described as the second largest in the world, renewed its annual strategic cooperation agreement with Tourism New Zealand.

A framework agreement that intends to bring Virgin Galactic spaceflights to Italy was signed by Nicola Zaccheo, CEO, Sitael; Vincenzo Giorgio, CEO, Altec; and George Whitesides, CEO, Virgin Galactic.

The readers of prominent global travel publication, Travel + Leisure, have named Cape Town their number one favourite city in Africa and the Middle East for the 17th year.

Almost two thirds (61 percent) of Brits admit gaining weight after being on a trip, with more than one in three (36 percent) admitting to eating nearly 1,000 additional calories a day when travelling, according to new research.

Tourism businesses across Scotland are being encouraged to tap into dedicated online resources that have the potential to help support their growth.

Starting in July, Jardines del Rey International Airport, Cuba, will increase its operations with a flight from Portugal, which returns every summer, and a second flight from Russia.

Alaska Air Group, the parent company of Alaska Airlines, Virgin America and Horizon Air Industries, will announce its second quarter financial results for this year on July 26.

South African low-cost carrier (LCC) Mango and Amadeus entered an agreement bringing the carrier’s content, including corporate fares, to what is described as the world’s largest and most diverse travel network.