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Major hotel groups join forces to secure credit card data

At least sixteen major hotel groups from around the world plan to work together to develop an industry security framework for handling sensitive credit card data.

Seatrade Insider Cruise Awards 2011 winners presented at Seatrade Europe, Hamburg

Cruise Copenhagen Network (Destination of the Year), Port of Falmouth, Jamaica (Port of the Year), Hobart GmbH (Onboard Supplier), Toby Biddick’s Green World Tours for Carnival UK (Environmental ...

What business travelers want from hotels when it comes to mobile

The findings of a new Sabre study are great news for hotel marketers looking to grow their business through mobile: not only do the majority of respondents want to receive location-specific offers at their ...

ERA & EBAA study to assess risk of slots rule change

The European Regions Airline Association (ERA) and the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) have jointly commissioned an independent study to evaluate the potential damage to intra-European ...

France still top for British second home buyers

Research published by Savills International and HomeAway.co.uk shows that France has replaced Spain as the favourite destination for second home owners to invest. Its perception of stability, limited house ...

PATA: Asia Pacific tourism arrivals up 7%

In the latest figures available, the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) reported that the preliminary figures for international visitor arrivals into Asia/Pacific destinations1 for July 2011 show a ...

Delhi celebrates at World Travel Awards gala

As the XIX Commonwealth Games drew to a close, India also stole the show at this year’s World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia Ceremony in Delhi.

Avis celebrates World Travel Awards success

Leading car hire firm Avis Rent a Car has announced it has been recognised for its market leading service after scooping three accolades at the recent World Travel Awards, hosted in Sharm el Sheikh, ...

Foreign Secretary announces change to travel advice for Libya

Foreign Secretary William Hague has announced changes to the Libya travel advice in light of the improving security situation.

Foreign Office sets out support for British nationals overseas

The Foreign Office has published a new guide which contains full details of how the Foreign Office can provide support to British nationals when things go wrong abroad.
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