North Korea plans to turn its eastern city of Wonsan into a major tourist hotspot and to build and underwater hotel.
More updates emerge since the tragic incident which claimed the lives of 298 people on board flight MH17.
Malaysia Airlines update: Statement from Malaysia's minister of transport.
The airline works hard to rebuild trust across the world.
Hawaiian airlines records growth in income for the second quarter and announces plans for new aircraft.
Qantas Club passengers are being turned away from the airline's new LAX business lounge due to overcrowding.
TUI Marine’s yacht charter and flotilla sailing brand, Sunsail, celebrates a successful forty years of holidays on the water.
Jetstar has received financial assistance for its expansion, through loans and grants.
Malaysia Airlines' scheduled flights to and from Australia and New Zealand will continue to operate as normal.
Malaysia Airlines stayes focused on well-being of family members affected by MH17, as it offers emotional and financial support.
After days of working to establish contact with those in charge of the MH17 crash site, an agreement is finally established.
Thai Airways has welcomed the delivery of its first THAI Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
TripAdvisor reveals what tourists traveling to Thailand appreciate most about the growing country.
As the world comes to grips with the severity of the incident involving flight MH17, more information surfaces.
P&O Cruises unveiled a new brand message to the public this week, including its new catch phrase.
Chimu Adventures celebrate one MAD decade, as they look back on a multitude of game changer achievements over the past ten years.
More than 1,300 industry representatives attended the AFTA NTIA 2014, as the industry came together to extend condolences and celebrate achievements.
The National Travel Industry Awards will begin in earnest tomorrow night.
Tourism Accommodation Australia honoured the best in the hotel and hospitality trade at the gala awards last night.
Hoteliers have criticised Australia's visa regime from discouraging visits by Chinese tourists.