Routes Asia will head to the Malaysian state of Sarawak in 2014. Steven Thompson caught up with Tourism Minister, Datuk Amar Abdul Rahman Zohari, to discuss the region’s attractions.
Since taking charge of Tourism Australia in January 2010, managing director, Andrew McEvoy, has been working to update the country’s image to stress blue sky, clean air and vibrant cities; he talks strategy with Peta Tomlinson.
With a second international airport under development and the modernisation of Tribhuvan Airport ongoing, Nepal hopes to offer a more attractive proposition for airlines, writes Mark Smullian.
Brazil’s hosting of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and Olympic Games in 2016 offers plenty of opportunities and challenges for airlines
Gary Noakes reports on the growth potential of one of Colombia’s most prized destinations, Cartagena.
Chris Beanland reports on the prospects for Sri Lanka's tourism market
Alex Coxon reports on the top performing ski regions across the US.
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.
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