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Occupancy in January fell 1.1% from a year earlier, even as Europe-wide occupancy advanced 3.4%.
Delta continues to challenge JetBlue, Boston's largest carrier.
The piece on CheatSheet.com plagiarized a years-old article from The Daily Telegraph and incorrectly attributed information to Travel Weekly.
The AmaMagna will enter service in May 2019.
The company felt the time was right to relaunch the "Welcome to the show" marketing campaign it suspended immediately following the mass shooting on the Strip last fall.
Royal Caribbean is going all-in with its short cruises from Florida, betting on more demand generated with upgrades to its ships on the route, and its private island, CocoCay.
The 528-room hotel will be renovated with design touches to its furniture, art, lighting and finishes that will reflect the history of the area's local industries, including oil and cattle.
In his new role, Adam Goldstein will continue to oversee RCCL's global government relations and destination-development efforts, and will represent the company in industry associations.
ARC's settlement data will be integrated with the marketplace for airline product sales.
The MSG Sphere is Madison Square Garden Company's vision of a new Las Vegas arena. Announced last month, the project is an ambitious departure from traditional venues, both in its design and its technology.
Princess said guests will gain a deepened understanding of a destination "through a small-group, sensory journey of authentic culinary experiences drawing from the life of locals."
On April 5, the Comedy Cellar will debut inside the Rio, bringing a bit of New York's Greenwich Village — low ceilings, brick walls, stained glass — to a 300-seat theater inside the Flamingo Road casino-hotel.
Las Vegas' latest disguise is the south of France, channeled via the new pool at Sydell and MGM Resorts' Park MGM resort.
The airline CEO on what U.S. travel agents can expect from the Mexican ultralow-cost carrier.
Disney has a slew of new attractions and products coming down the pike that are driving interest from potential clients. I asked some specialists for their best advice on successfully selling Disney products.
Speaking as part of a CEO panel at the Seatrade Cruise Global convention, Carnival Corp. CEO Arnold Donald disclosed that lines have agreed to coordinate their schedules this summer in the Croatian city.
A study fronted by Oxford Economics claims that online travel agency-sourced hotel guests not only spend more during trips but also stay for longer in a property.
The company is ramping up recruiting efforts to let small hotel owners know just how exactly they benefit with Airbnb over the other mega brands by listening and appealing to the hotel owners directly.
The courses cover topics like product information, sales advice and benefits of the Eurail Pass, a train pass system that connects 28 European countries.