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89. Mekong Tourism Forum to Take Place in Danang 16-19 June 2015
The 2015 Mekong Tourism Forum will be hosted in Danang by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Vietnam in Danang City from 16 to 19 June 2015. Under the theme, 'Unlocking the Potential of the Mekong Region via Innovative Partnerships', the event will showcase emerging tourist destinations and trends in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS). The six member countries of the G
90. What Travel Trends Will We See In 2015?
The travel experts at Cheapflights.com.au have predicted what lies ahead in 2015s travel sphere. Manners whilst travelling, 'airtiquette' will be a big thing in 2015 as airlines take a zero-tolerance approach to air rage and disruptive passengers. Unruly and inconsiderate passengers have caused a spat of inflight incidents as passengers take matters into their own hands with devic
91. South Korean Passengers Love Tech But Not For Airline Trips
According to the findings of a 2016 Passenger IT Trends Survey by SITA, airline passengers in South Korea are less likely to use smartphones along their journey than passengers in other parts of the world - despite the fact that 98% carry a smartphone. The survey, which was conducted across international airports in South Korea and representing 93% of South Korean travelers - shows
92. Travelport Survey Provides Insights into Travel Trends and Technology
Travelport has released the findings of an international survey providing insight into how digital leisure travellers plan and book their trips: from the frequency of their holidays to how they go about researching and planning their journey. The study also explored their use of technology and social media and how travel agents can rise to the challenge of their evolving needs thro
93. IPK Shares Latest Travel Trends with Results from World Travel Monitor
Despite a number of Black Swan events in many parts of the world such as trouble in some parts of the Middle East, the tsunami in Japan, flooding in Thailand and ongoing bank or national debt crises, the recovery in consumer travel demand that began in 2010 also continued in 2011. The preliminary results of the World Travel Monitor from IPK International show a 5% rise in global ou
94. Airbnb Served Over 1,151,000 Guest Arrivals in Thailand in 2017
Airbnb has released its annual look-back at the years travel trends that reveals new insights into travel in Thailand - from up-and-coming neighbourhoods and trending cities, to the most popular outbound destinations for Thais. Airbnb served over 1,151,000 guest arrivals in Thailand in 2017, a year-on-year growth of 67%.
95. HD Video Interview with Pan Am International Flight Academy
HD Video Interview with Pan Am International Flight Academy. At the Asian Aerospace 2011 which took place in Hong Kong between 8-10 March 2011, ASIA Travel Tips.com had the opportunity to sit with Mr. Gregory Darrow, the Senior Director of Sales at Pan Am International Flight Academy. In the interview, we discuss the company's plans for Asia Pacific, trends within the simulator mar
96. Aisle or Window Seat? BA Reveals the Latest Trends
New research from British Airways has uncovered some surprising yet distinct patterns when it comes to where people prefer to sit on a plane. The results also show that the four sets of twin-seats, 51/52B, 51/52C, 51/52H and 51/52J, in a British Airways Boeing 747 are the most popular place in economy to pre-book, with more than half of our customers travelling as a pair opting to

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