GERMAN BUSINESS TRAVEL AFFECTED BY AIR BERLIN

Nik Fes -
The insolvency of Air Berlin has changed the national aviation market and German business travel substantially. In the rest of Europe, a trend towards consolidation can be observed. Fewer providers an...

HOTELS IN SINGAPORE BENEFIT FROM THE HONG KONG CRISIS

Samuel Dorsi -
The continuing protests in the Chinese metropolis frighten many business travelers. As a result, the hotels in Singapore benefit from the Hong Kong crisis by receiving more guests. ...

SUSTAINABLE EVENTS GROW IN POPULARITY AMONG MEETING PLANNERS

Laura Loss -
CWT Meetings & Events has published a special report entitled "The Future of Sustainable Events". The business travel giant points out that sustainability is an increasingly important factor for this ...

BELGIAN TOURISM: BRUSSELS NUMBERS STEADILY INCREASING

Samuel Dorsi -
According to the latest figures from the Belgian Statistical Office, Belgian tourism is doing very well. In the Walloon Region, the number of nights booked increased by 5% last year and similar figure...

MOROCCAN BUSINESS TRAVEL NEEDS MORE INVESTMENT

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
The Moroccan foreign exchange office's statistics show that the revenues from international business travel in the country amounted to 3.2 MMDH (about $US 350 000) in 2017, or barely 4.4% of the total...
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