Tourism > Traveling

Asia is the Driving Force for Inbound and Outbound Halal Tourism

8 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

The Muslim travel sector will contribute $183 billion to global GDP by 2020, reveals new research at this year's WTM London, the event where ideas arrive. In 2017, this figure came in at $148 billion.
These statistics come from the ‘Global Economic Impact of Muslim Tourism and Future Growth Projection: 2017-2020' report launched at WTM London, presented as part of WTM's first-ever session dedicated to halal tourism - How are mainstream travel companies and destinations attempting to take advantage of the rise of halal travel?
Muslim travel and halal-friendly travel cover the same areas of...
Read more ...

 

SAS Launches New Campaign: We Are Travelers - The Arrivals

SAS Launches New Campaign: We Are Travelers - The Arrivals

8 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

The new SAS We Are Travelers campaign “The Arrivals” launching on October 30th, 2018 captures the evasive moment of arrival. “The Arrivals” campaign imagery and film are created by award winning photographer Peter Funch and Danish filmmaker Jeppe Rønde.
“The Arrivals” is the name and concept behind the new SAS campaign launching on October 30th, 2018 in the We Are Travelers series.
“We at SAS, together with our travelers, bring a lot back with us from our journeys. We bring home inspiration and courage, perspective and love. Travel changes us, and when it changes us, we change the world...
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Traveling      Tourism      Hotel      Event      Travel      Hotels      Destinations      Idea      Ideas      Asia      London      Airport      Copenhagen      Airports      Inspiration      AIRLINE NEWS      GLOBAL TRAVEL NEWS      SAS  


Welcome to Georgia

Welcome to Georgia

Georgia – Tbilisi has been the capital city since the fifth century, the country of one of the most ancient histories and cultures in the world. Its special geographical... Read more ...

The view from our lodge. Moments later, there was an elephant

The view from our lodge. Moments later, there was an elephant

The view from our lodge. Moments later, there was an elephant drinking from our pool. - pilar guzman singitagrumeti 🌤 Click the link in our bio to read about more about... Read more ...

Vietnamese airlines cancelled 274 flights in first half of 2019

Vietnamese airlines cancelled 274 flights in first half of 2019

Vietnamese airlines has cancelled 274 flights or 0.2 percent of all scheduled flights in the first half of this year, up 0.1 percentage points against the same period last... Read more ...

Thailand new Minister of Tourism and Sports meets with agency heads and...

Thailand new Minister of Tourism and Sports meets with agency heads and executives

Thailand new Minister of Tourism and Sports, Pipat Ratchakitprakarn, met with agency heads and executives on his first day in the office on 18 July. Read more ...

Thailand new Minister of Tourism and Sports meets with agency heads and...

Thailand new Minister of Tourism and Sports meets with agency heads and executives

Thailand new Minister of Tourism and Sports, Pipat Ratchakitprakarn, met with agency heads and executives on his first day in the office on 18 July. He said, “Let's focus on... Read more ...

UK parliament's Environmental Audit Committee to launch an inquiry into the...

UK parliament's Environmental Audit Committee to launch an inquiry into the cost of tourism to the environment

The UK parliament's Environmental Audit Committee will launch an inquiry into the cost of tourism to the environment. The announcement spoke about various effects of... Read more ...

Travellers in U.K. are missing out on £100 million in compensation

Travellers in U.K. are missing out on £100 million in compensation

Unawareness regarding the rights around train delays and cancellations has deprived hundreds and thousands of commuters on getting their money back. According to Transport... Read more ...

Travelodge plans to open more hotels at seaside resorts including Shetland

Travelodge plans to open more hotels at seaside resorts including Shetland

Travelodge has announced plans to open more hotels at seaside resorts, including Shetland. This will help to create hundreds of new jobs. The company said it plans to open 26... Read more ...

Unrest in San Juan leads to cancellation of cruise lines

Unrest in San Juan leads to cancellation of cruise lines

Two cruise lines cancelled their scheduled calls on July 22 due to expected protests in San Juan. However, two other lines affirmed wanted to continue with turnaround on July... Read more ...

Travel Diaries: Chef Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin

Travel Diaries: Chef Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin

Eric Ripert, chef and co-owner of three-Michelin-starred restaurant Le Bernardin in New York, travels far and wide to find inspiration for his menu. Japan holds a special place... Read more ...

Beijing's night economy gets transportation boost

Beijing's night economy gets transportation boost

China's capital city of Beijing has upgraded its transportation to support the development of the night economy, Sina reported on Monday. A new transportation plan for subways... Read more ...