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Travel Matters
TRAVEL MATTERS
June 26-26, 2019
Travel Matters is the travel and tourism industry’s forum for debating the political and policy issues that matter most to our sector. The theme this year is A Vision for the Next Decade.

TTRA International Conference
TTRA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
June 25-27, 2019
Join us in Melbourne, Australia, for TTRA International’s 50th conference. Over the course of the conference, we will navigate the terrain of shifting sands – reflecting not only the great Australian deserts and coastline but also the influence of the external global environment on inter...

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi


Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the first Ferrari-branded theme park in the world opened its doors to fans in November 2010. The Park is a major tourist attraction and an iconic landmark located at the heart of Yas Island, the premium leisure and entertainment destination in the UAE.

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After causing travel headaches across the Midwest this weekend, Winter Storm Xanto is now wreaking havoc Monday on the Northeast. According to Weather.com, the unusual spring storm caused flood warnings in New York City and New Jersey, as well as bringing snow and freezing rain to areas in the Great Lakes and Northeast regions. While the storm is expected to weaken Monday night, meteorologists are calling for heavy rain in parts of the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England, where ...

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The number of foreign tourists visiting Oman in April went up by more than a third compared to the same period last year, according to figures by the National Center for Statistics and Information (NCSI).There were 330,685 foreign visitors to Oman in April this year. The majority of the visitors were GCC nationals, with 152,249 visitors comprising 46 percent of the overall number of tourists in April this year, marking an increase of 41 percent.There were 155,810 non-Arab visitors coming from ac...
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The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), the authority on regional tourism statistics and performance, is forecasting six to seven per cent growth this year, continuing an upward trend which began last September. “We are projecting that tourist arrivals will increase by between six and seven per cent in 2019, as the damaged infrastructure in the hurricane-impacted destinations returns to capacity. Similarly, cruise arrivals should expand by a further four per cent to five per cent,”...
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Australian travel agents and tourism businesses can expect overall growth of around 5% in the number of trips taken by Aussies in the 2018-19 financial year, a new study has found. Analyzing Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data, the IBISWorld study found that more than 11 million overseas trips will be made over the 12 months, compared to the 10.76 million trips made in 2017-18. According to the research, growth is being fuelled by record low international airfares and capacity, which are ...
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For lack of help from Transportation Department regulations, airlines are flocking to update their policies dealing with emotional-support animals ranging from pigs to ducks that occupy the cabin with passengers. Delta Air Lines announced updates Jan. 19 that required 48-hour notice and more documentation for trained service animals and untrained emotional-support animals. The changes taking effect March 1 came after a large comfort dog bit another passenger in a highly publicized incident in Ju...
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Taiwan is recalling passports that mistakenly featured an image of Washington-Dulles Airport — instead of Taiwan’s Taoyuan International Airport. The misprinted passport began distribution last week, and the error was pointed out on the social media network Weibo on Monday. By Tuesday, Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs acknowledged the mistake and recalled the 285 passports that had already been issued to Taiwanese citizens....
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EVENTS

Travel Matters
TRAVEL MATTERS
June 26-26, 2019
Travel Matters is the travel and tourism industry’s forum for debating the political and policy issues that matter most to our sector. The theme this year is A Vision for the Next Decade.

2019 ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
2019 ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
June 25-27, 2019
Join us in Melbourne, Australia, for TTRA International’s 50th conference. Over the course of the conference, we will navigate the terrain of shifting sands – reflecting not only the great Australian deserts and coastline but also the influence of the external global environment on inter...