Mexico's tourism bureau Fontaur has partnered with Australia based EarthCheck to promote sustainable tourism.
Virgin Australia launched a new online check-in system for domestic flights yesterday.
Qantas Airways has finalised a deal with China Airlines for direct flights from Sydney and Brisbane to Taiwan's Taipei.
Air New Zealand has posted a 30 per cent increase in its before tax earnings to $NZ 332 million.
Accor has signed a management agreement for the new ICC hotel to operate under its Sofitel brand.
Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises are preparing for a busy 2014/15 cruise season.
Tourism Australia has chosen the first 31 China travel agents for its Key Distribution Partners program.
Qantas customers will now be able to use their phones, tablets and music players from boarding to disembarkation.
Etihad Airways is comfortable with the process of review by Switzerland's Federal Office of Aviation.
Allianz Global Assistance's #HELPME study has revealed the key concerns Australians have before travelling.
A government advertising campaign to promote ATAS begins today.
Qantas Airways will increase its services to Los Angeles and Santiago in 2015.
Visit California will be making industry updates about what new tourism developments in the Golden State on the 25 and 26 August.
APT and Travelmarvel have jointly announced two new cruise ships.
The Western Australian Parliament has abolished tourist agent licensing.
Qantas Airways will hold off on a partial sale of its loyalty program, after the end of a strategic review.
Webjet has nearly tripled its full year profit, citing the acquisition of Zuji and focusing on higher margin business streams as driving factors.
At an exclusive event in Sydney last night, KTO announced X-Factor 2013 winner Dami Im as the new face of Korea in Australia.
Melbourne Airport's July traffic results have been released.
A new advertising campaign for Lord Howe Island portrays it as "Just Paradise".