With the privatisation of its main airport in its final stages and a vote on independence on the cards, Puerto Rico’s tourism industry is at a critical crossroads, writes Gary Noakes.
While still secretive and isolated by a 60-year-old US embargo, Cuba’s tourism industry looks set for a bright future, writes Gary Noakes.
Abu Dhabi is fast developing into a major tourism destination within the region, writes Oliver Clark.
Visitors to the Big Apple are on the rise and this trend is expected to continue as airlines add new services, reports Chris Kjelgaard.
As Poland and the Ukraine prepare to host the finals of the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship, Oliver Clark finds out how the host’s airports are preparing for the tournament.
Gerard Brown, a senior tourism consultant for ASM, believes the international cruise industry presents huge opportunities for airline route planners.
With new routes opening up the country as never before, Thailand’s tourism market looks set for a bumper year, writes Debbie Ward.
Royal Jordanian (RJ) is cutting five of its routes and reducing the frequencies on a number of others, in a bid to tackle rising costs and a decline in tourism due to events such as the Arab Spring.
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