TUI Group reported a wider second-quarter loss on Monday, however its CEO told CNBC that he remained confident performance going forward.
TUI Group CEO Friedrich Joussen comments on the company’s structure, with discussion on the future of its Hapag-Lloyd stake.
TUI Group CEO Friedrich Joussen breaks down the details from its earnings, after the firm posted an underlying EBITA loss of 177.7 million euros in the second quarter, and reaffirmed its guidance.
TUI Group CEO Friedrich Joussen talks about the increased confidence in spending across various countries, with comment on currency fluctuations.
PRAGUE/ ZAGREB, May 11- A native of Croatias Dalmatian coast, Ante Ramljak will be well aware of the importance of the roughly 15 million tourists who will descend on the rocky coastline and green islands of this Balkan country over the course of the summer. The potential collapse of Agrokor, which is the biggest employer in the Balkans and accounts for 15 percent of...
Airbnb is aiming to boost its Japan presence as part of its China expansion, said Parin Mehta, director of the host and homes business.
Airbnb is getting into family users, helping communities and boosting off-the-beaten-track tourism, says Parin Mehta.
Matt Bekier, CEO of The Star, says more Chinese are visiting Australia but the country is losing market share due to a lack of hotel rooms.
If at first you don't succeed, try again--but this time within the continental United States.
Beng Teck Liang, Singapore Medical Group, says Singapore offers the best doctors and latest medical technologies to those traveling for medical care.
Lionel Yeo of the Singapore Tourism Board talks about the event strategy adopted by the city-state in its bid to attract tourists.
From developing its harbor for tourism to hosting international events, Hong Kong still has more to offer tourists, says Allan Zeman, Lan Kwai Fong Group.
High quality events and strategic partnerships are some ways the city-state stays relevant as a tourism hub, notes Lionel Yeo from the Singapore Tourism Board.
Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos discusses earnings, adding that bookings for this summer look positive.
Nearly two-thirds of international holidaymakers surveyed by the bank said they were more interested in holidaying in the UK compared with this time last year. Nearly a third of UK holidaymakers expected to spend more of their holiday time in Britain this year, and 38 percent of those who cited cost as a factor said that the weaker pound had made holidays in the...
"I've noticed a few gas stations around town that are closed," said Rowan Beard of Young Pioneer Tours, a China- based company that takes Western tourists to North Korea. Vehicles which are used for work purposes have special exceptions, "Beard told Reuters in a message from North Korea. Fuel is sold by weight in North Korea.
Paul Donovan, global chief economist at UBS Wealth Management, discusses the investment environment in Turkey following its referendum over the weekend.
CNBC's Susan Li reports that the hotel industry is feeling the pinch of the Trump administration's travel policies.
Singapore's iconic SuperTrees at the city-state's futuristic gardens will be converted into massive Jedi and Sith weapons come May 4.
Spain, France and Germany were ranked the world's most tourist-friendly countries this year, according to the World Economic Forum.