Scotland’s national tourism organisation, VisitScotland, is encouraging visitors, especially young people, to travel to the Scottish Borders by train this summer to experience the region’s annual Common Ridings and festivals.
A new shared transfer platform, named Kariba Transfer Schedule, has been introduced in Zimbabwe to make it both easier and more affordable for tour operators and travel agents to book transfers for their clients.
Australian operators who register for World Youth and Student Travel Conference (WYSTC) will automatically be added to Tourism Australia’s Australian Village.
New York City (NCY) non-profit think tank, Center for an Urban Future (CUF), says the city has emerged as a leading hub for the travel tech sector.
Norwegian travel agency chain, G Travel, has entered into a new multi-year technology and content agreement with travel commerce platform, Travelport.
United Airlines is working with national animal welfare organisation, American Humane, to improve the wellbeing of all pets travelling on the US carrier.
Phocuswright, a US-headquartered global travel industry research authority, suggests US consumers are ripe for a more personalised experiences while making online travel arrangements.
All top 25 global tourism source markets reported higher spending in 2017, as highlighted within the latest World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) World Tourism Barometer.
Adelaide, Australia recently welcomed over 2,200 delegates from across the country and more than 30 international tourism markets at Australian Tourism Exchange 2018 (ATE18).
Christopher Nassetta, chairman, World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) announced that WTTC members are set to invest USD1.9 billion into Argentina over the coming years.