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These are difficult times for the travel and tourism industry in the Middle East. Euronews speaks with the tourism heads of Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan at the Arabian Travel Market trade show.
The European Parliament has backed sharing airline passenger data across the EU as part of the fight against terrorism. The European Commission first
Thomas Cook has reported its first return to profit in five years, saying it’s positive about the outlook for next year, despite security fears. The
Low cost airline Ryanair shares fell three percent on Monday despite raising its annual passenger growth target to 14 percent. The Irish company is
Social Airways is a social flight search engine that connects people who are on the same flight, assisting travellers in finding a useful method of
Some travellers in Europe may not be aware of it, but there has been special consumer protection for all pre-arranged package holidays booked in the
Yes, it all looks so perfect in the photo: the dream holiday. But how many of us know our rights as travellers, to make sure that we are protected
Thomas Cook is to cut 2,500 jobs from its UK workforce and close almost 200 of its more than 1,000 stores there. The economic downturn has meant a
Wikipedia’s parent company, the Wikimedia Foundation, has launched its twelfth official project: Wikivoyage. Using a similar format to Wikipedia
TUI Travel has said it was on track to meet earnings expectations for the full-year and should deliver a strong performance in its key summer trading