LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE COMPROMISES THE FUTURE OF AVIATION IN LATIN AMERICA

Wayne M. Gore -
Latin America foresees 4% to 6% increase in the number of air passengers for the next 20 years but “with the current infrastructure it will be impossible” to meet that demand, says IATA. Aviation in L...

URBAN TOURISM BOOMING: WHY SHOULD YOU DISCOVER THE CITIES OF LATIN AMERICA?

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Cities such as Bogotá, Quito, Lima and Mexico City have earned a place among world travelers. In Latin America, tourism accounts for 127.4 billion dollars of the GDP (3.1% in total), and that was just...

ATTITUDES TO GAY TOURISM ARE CHANGING WORLDWIDE

Bill Alen -
Gay tourism has become a hot topic in many countries that plan to invest in the LGBT market. Especially in Asia, the sector has been discussed since Taiwan became the first country in Asia to legalize...

COLOMBIA BECOMES POPULAR CONVENTIONS DESTINATION IN LATIN AMERICA

Gregory Dolgos -
Colombia is becoming an attractive destination for the meetings and conventions industry, not just because of its infrastructure and the added value of its cities, but because of its commitment to the...

LATIN-AMERICAN HOTEL SECTOR LOOKING FOR INVESTORS

Tomas Haupt -
For decades, with the exception of major capitals and some sunny and beachy tourist destinations, the Latin-American hotel sector has been lacking a proper development effort....
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