The newly-formed Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) bodies in Southeast and North Asia released initial findings from the new Asia Cruise Trends Project: 'Analysis, Assessment, Appreciation'.
Lower gas prices and improved personal finances are prompting more Southern Californians to travel this Thanksgiving, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California, which is predicting 3.5 million local residents and 5.65 million statewide will take a holiday getaway. That's a 3.8 percent increase from last year.
The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) Foundation today announces the results of its second GBTA BTI Outlook India report, a semi-annual analysis that relates unfolding economic events at home and abroad to their resulting impacts on Indias business travel market.
U.S. scheduled passenger airlines employed 384,439 workers in September 2014, 1.1 percent more than in September 2013, the U.S. Department of Transportations Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported today. September was the 10th consecutive month that full-time equivalent (FTE) employment for U.S. scheduled passenger airlines was higher than the same month of the previous year.
The U.S. Travel Association on Tuesday released new data showing that traffic projections for major U.S. airports are even more dire than previously thought, owing to the steady increase in travel demand coupled with continued chronic underinvestment in infrastructure.
The U.S. Department of Transportations Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported yesterday that U.S. airlines carried 69.3 million systemwide (domestic and international) scheduled service passengers in August 2014, 2.4 percent more than in August 2013.
A landmark study of the value of cruising has revealed that cruise passengers spend an average of $371 a day in Australian ports, helping push the cruise industrys total economic contribution in Australia to an impressive $3.2 billion last year.