The potential of China's tourism sector is enormous given the surge in the number of middle-income consumers, says John Woods, APAC CIO at Credit Suisse Private Banking.
Trouble-ridden Malaysia Airlines left analysts puzzled after it banned checked baggage on Malaysia-to-Europe routes, before scrapping the ban Wednesday.
Singapore's success in celebrating its 50th anniversary of independence has spawned a sequel: SJ50. This time Japan's in on the act.
More than 220 flights at Beijing's airport were canceled Friday as pollution caused poor visibility, China's official Xinhua news agency reported.
Michael Denmark, CEO of The Great European Carnival, talks about the Christmas attractions and new rides down at the Central Harborfront in Hong Kong.
A sharply weaker yen and easier visa rules for Chinese travelers are driving tourists to Japan this holiday season.
Tony Nash, chief economist at Complete Intelligence, says James Packer could have various reasons, from hiving off the accountability, diversifying the response to shareholders or even simply moving on.
Macau has made a comeback as a holiday destination as it is no longer seen as a casino hub, says Abhiram Chowdhry, Asia Pacific VP of Hotels.com.
Turismo de Portugal President, Joao Cotrim de Figueiredo, says financing has been available for Portugal’s tourism as its projects prove profitable.
France struck back at foreign "world's best restaurants" listings that ignore French restaurants with a list of its own.
Fritz Joussen, joint CEO of TUI Group, says terrorism attacks around the world have had an impact on tourism but the company is not too concerned.
GoEuro.com has announced the closure of a Series B funding round totalling $45 million, led by Goldman Sachs. Its founder and CEO, Naren Shaam discusses further.
Vail Resorts Chairman & CEO Rob Katz, discusses raising prices 3-5 percent, strong snow conditions in Tahoe and merging Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort.
EU citizens' visa-free travel to the US could end if countries don't share intelligence with the US, according to a draft bill, the FT reports.
H-shares face a tougher 2016 because of a potential Fed tightening as well as a yuan devaluation, explains Daniel So, strategist at CMB International Securities.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday called for sanctions against Turkey, following the downing this week by Turkey of a Russian warplane.
Mehmet Ali Tugtan, assistant professor of international relations at Istanbul Bilgi University, speaks to Hadley Gamble about the Russian military jet which was shot down by Turkey and how this could negatively affect Turkey's economy if Russia retaliates.
Skincare and cosmetics retailer Sa Sa is shaking up its product offering as customers are increasingly buying cheaper goods.
Guy Look, CFO of Sa Sa International, discusses Hong Kong's rental costs as Sa Sa's turnover fell in store locations normally popular by mainland visitors.
There will be stock market implications from the Russian jet downing, because the countries have trade and tourism connections, says Karin Hirn, co-founder and CEO of East Capital.