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  • An international air traveler is cleared by a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer inside the U.S. Customs and Immigration area at Dulles International Airport.

    The U.S. doesn't yet have a "definitive data picture" on its ranking as a destination under Trump, NBC News reports.

  • That means that Mexico- long a reasonably priced destination for Americans- remains cheap, potentially further boosting a strong inflow of tourists. The number of international tourists in Mexico climbed 9 percent to 35 million in 2016, a year in which the dollar gained around 20 percent against the peso, according to Mexican Tourism Ministry figures.

  • Investing in Thailand for 'the good life'

    Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, Thailand's minister of tourism and sports, says steady economic growth and culture are reasons why investors should choose Thailand.

  • A sign directs travelers to a security checkpoint staffed by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) workers at O'Hare Airport.

    Foreign tourism is a $250 billion-a-year business in the U.S, USA Today reports.

  • Ryanair planes on the tarmac in Stansted, U.K.

    Flights between the U.K. and Europe could be suspended indefinitely if Britain fails to strike a new air travel deal with the EU, says Ryanair CMO.

  • LONDON, March 29- European travel and tourism company TUI reiterated its target of reaching at least 10 percent growth in underlying full-year operating profit after seeing solid demand for Winter and Summer bookings. The group, which has been reorganizing its business to invest in more of its own hotels and cruise ships and has been selling off what it views as...

  • MACAU, March 29- Overseas visitors are an increasingly common sight in Chinas gambling territory of Macau which is trying to diversify an economic model that has depended on mainland high rollers for more than a decade. Now the government has hearkened calls to reposition Macau as a tourism destination, with the number of international visitors growing 8...

  • LONDON, March 28- Foreign holidays remain a top priority for Europeans despite economic and security worries, tour operator Thomas Cook said on Tuesday, reporting a 40 percent jump in bookings to Greece and signs of a recovery in travel to Turkey and Egypt. "After a slow start to the season and a tough year in 2016, we're seeing early signs that customers are...

  • LONDON, March 28- British tour operator Thomas Cook said it expected to hit its full-year operating targets after seeing early signs that tourists were returning to troubled markets Turkey and Egypt. Thomas Cook, which unnerved investors in February when it issued a cautious outlook, said trading for the group was progressing in line with expectations.

  • NEW YORK, March 27- Waiting until you are retired to travel to all your bucket list destinations? That is what helped spur Valerie Jalufka into action. She has also gone on safari in Tanzania, and visited everywhere from Tasmania to Tierra del Fuego, often with the tour operator Abercrombie& Kent.

  • NEW YORK, March 27- Waiting until you are retired to travel to all your bucket list destinations? That is what helped spur Valerie Jalufka into action. She has also gone on safari in Tanzania, and visited everywhere from Tasmania to Tierra del Fuego, often with the tour operator Abercrombie& Kent.

  • NEW YORK, March 27- Waiting until you are retired to travel to all your bucket list destinations? That is what helped spur Valerie Jalufka into action. She has also gone on safari in Tanzania, and visited everywhere from Tasmania to Tierra del Fuego, often with the tour operator Abercrombie& Kent.

  • NEW YORK, March 27- Waiting until you are retired to travel to all your bucket list destinations? That is what helped spur Valerie Jalufka into action. She has also gone on safari in Tanzania, and visited everywhere from Tasmania to Tierra del Fuego, often with the tour operator Abercrombie& Kent.

  • NEW YORK, March 27- Waiting until you are retired to travel to all your bucket list destinations? That is what helped spur Valerie Jalufka into action. She has also gone on safari in Tanzania, and visited everywhere from Tasmania to Tierra del Fuego, often with the tour operator Abercrombie& Kent.

  • NEW YORK, March 27- Waiting until you are retired to travel to all your bucket list destinations? That is what helped spur Valerie Jalufka into action. She has also gone on safari in Tanzania, and visited everywhere from Tasmania to Tierra del Fuego, often with the tour operator Abercrombie& Kent.

  • BEIJING, March 27- China's trade deficit in services narrowed to $17.6 billion in February from $20.9 billion in January, the foreign exchange regulator said on Monday. February's deficit was largely due to a $15.7 billion gulf in spending between foreign tourists and the Chinese, who splurge more abroad than visitors in China, data from the State...

  • A table game stand in a casino area aboard the Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Epic ship on July 2, 2010.

    Cash-strapped nation's maritime push to attract overseas tourists raises eyebrows.

  • Markets only react to terror attacks when they become a pattern

    Mouhammed Choukeir, chief investment officer at Kleinwort Hambros, adds that policymakers and businesses have taken recent terror attacks "on the front foot."

  • Marriott looks to Asia

    Craig Smith, MD of Marriott International, says Chinese tourists remain the top source market for the hospitality chain in Bali and Phuket.

  • Tourism authorities emphasising that  - Asia tourist markets cautious on Europe terrorism threat

    John Strickland, director at JLS Consulting, discusses how the terror threat in Europe is affecting the travel and tourism industry.