BIG DATA APPLICATIONS ARE USEFUL FOR THE TOURISM INDUSTRY

Andrea Hausold -
Modern tourists are used to the increasingly digital world and are less dependent on traditional travel agencies thanks to the development of booking search engines, online comparison tools, review we...

GERMAN TRAVELERS SHOW NO TRAVELING SHAME

James Morris -
The desire to travel in Germany is unbroken. Above all, it attracts holidaymakers to the Mediterranean - and areas around the Indian Ocean. The trend towards long-haul travel is therefore just as unbr...

ALITALIA TO JOIN OTHER EUROPEAN FLAGSHIP CARRIERS IN BANKRUPTCY

Sara Thopson -
The Italian flagship carrier Alitalia has entered bankruptcy for the third time. During its 70-year history the airline transported popes and politicians, but has also been in the center of various co...

MUSLIMS TRAVELING TO JAPAN IN GREATER NUMBERS

Sara Thopson -
The total number of people traveling to Japan in 2016 was above 24 million, a figure that is more than the 20 million target set by the national government for 2020. This achievement came just 4 years...

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...