World Travel & Tourism Council CEO David Scowsill explains why Europe has “has a tough time in the last 12 months”, with comment on terrorism.
World Travel & Tourism Council CEO David Scowsill talks about what travel and tourism into the United States will look like in the year ahead.
Mars One CEO Bas Lansdorp discusses his business proposal to establish a permanent settlement on the Red Planet.
Some public toilets in Beijing are using facial recognition technology to stop toilet paper theft, South China Morning Post reports.
U.S. airlines Silver Airways and Frontier Airlines have become the latest to bow out of Cuba, posing new questions about diplomatic ties.
Countries spurned by China have decided they've had enough, and are heading to places like Southeast and South Asia to turn their fortunes around.
Research firm SkyTrax has named Singapore's Changi Airport the "World's Best Airport" for a fifth consecutive year.
Buoyed by foreign interest in its Thai property projects amid burgeoning tourist arrivals, property developer Sansiri is expanding internationally.
There are plenty of places outside the U.S. where tourists can spend their dollars, NBC reports.
Marriott plans to open up to one hotel per day in the U.S. in the coming year despite President Trump’s controversial travel ban.
Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson explains why U.S President Donald Trump's travel ban has not significantly affected his business as yet.
Sean Treacy, MD of Royal Caribbean, talks about the offerings onboard the Ovation of the Seas cruise liner.
Victor Yeung, CIO of Admiral Investment, says the shift in retail offerings will lead to better results for Hong Kong retailers.
Australian flag carrier Qantas Airways on Thursday announced better-than-expected 1H results, sending share prices rallying to a 10-month high.
CNBC's Nancy Hungerford speaks to Frédéric Gagey, Air France-KLM CFO, to discuss cost-cutting and his hopes for the new French president.
Haitham Mattar, CEO of the Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority in the United Arab Emirates, discusses the tourism industry in the Middle East.
Temasek may be betting China’s consumers will eschew retail therapy in favor of hitting the road, cutting its Alibaba stake and buying Ctrip shares.
A limited number of spaces are available, and tickets must be requested, USA Today reports.
A flotilla of boats carrying people in costumes and masks delights visitors on the first full day of the world famous Venice carnival.
Henry Harteveldt of Atmosphere Research Group talks about the President's airport infrastructure plans and how the travel ban is affecting airlines.