CNBC's Susan Li reports on the two hurricanes bearing down on Hawaii and what it could mean for tourism in the state.
Australia is banking on services to make up for losses it's sustained on commodities, but that may be a hyberbole, Goldman Sachs warns.
Several Chinese airlines' management teams are strategically building up key market networks, says Global Market Advisors' Jonathan Galaviz.
Tara Palmeri, Politico reporter, discusses the surge in terrorism, particularly in Western Europe, and the impact its had on tourism.
A failure to secure a transatlantic trade deal would have a "substantial" effect on France, one analyst told CNBC.
Flight Centre CEO Graham Turner says the business was affected by the hammering of the pound and softness in the business travel segment.
Scientists are worried human interaction may be depriving the nocturnal creatures of needed rest.
Tujia CEO Justin Luo tells CNBC why his company is different from Airbnb and Homeaway.
Ctrip Chairman and CEO James Liang talks about Beijing's push to promote tourism and how it benefits China's tourist-related sectors and spending.
Florida health officials have found evidence of likely local Zika transmission in Miami Beach, one of the world's most popular tourist destinations.
Clarisa Jimenez, P.R. Hotel & Tourism Association, provides perspective to the battle to fight Zika in Puerto Rico. And CNBC's Meg Tirrell weighs in on why it's important to take precautions against the virus.
Thomas Flohr, founder and chairman at VistaJet, talks about the business potential for his private jet hire company.
AirAsia is looking to expand the business in China. Its CEO, Tony Fernandes talks about the markets it’s involved in, and the company’s plans going forward.
Low-cost carrier AirAsia Group's chief Tony Fernandes said he would love to have joint venture in China although talks are still in early stages.
Sepang International Circuit would like to position itself as an all-rounded tourism destination, says CEO Razlan Razali.
MBMG Group's Paul Gambles says one of the positives in Thailand's economy is tourism, which might be affected by the recent bombings.
A string of explosions hit a number of popular tourist destinations throughout Thailand.
Thailand is set to begin surveillance on foreigners as an anti-crime tool, but it's unclear just how effective the program will be.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla discusses how medical tourists are travelling to Brazil for cosmetic procedures at discount rates.
CLIA CEO Cindy D'Aoust talks to CNBC about the growing demand for cruise travel, particularly in Asia.