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A writer/editor based in Manila, Philippines backed with a decade of writing experience for the digital platform.
The 2019-nCoV coronavirus is the biggest threat in the travel industry affecting various sectors such as transportation, aviation, tourism and attractions and tours. The fear of the contagion inhibits our mobility.
The new strain of coronavirus, tentatively-known as the 2019-nCoV, is spreading at an alarming rate. In China, the tally jumped to 2,700 cases and the number of deaths climbed to at least 80. 12 countries recorded confirmed cases.
Travellers who love sightseeing always have attractions in their itineraries, but there are some famous attractions that are not worth the money.
Local authorities in Wuhan, China have put the city on lockdown in attempt to contain the new strain of coronavirus that sickened hundreds of people and killed 17 so far.
This week in the travel tech sector, DiDi will launch electric vehicles in Mexico this year. Meanwhile, EaseMyTrip makes flight booking easier via Whatsapp and Kayak makes trip planning easier via TripBuilder.
In collaboration with Empty Esky and local businesses in Australia, AAT Kings is inviting the travel industry and wider community to join them on one of their newly launched not-for-profit Bushfire Relief Giveback Experiences.
Booking.com pioneered a new Quality Rating system similar to the classification rating of hotels that will serve as a guide for consumers when choosing the quality of their accommodations.
Philippine Airlines warned the public on a fake ad circulating online supposedly offering travellers a chance to win plane tickets.
The federal government is allotting AUD 76 million (USD 52m) from its AUD 2 billion bushfire recovery fund to revive the country’s tourism sector.
Remember the six tourists that were arrested for allegedly defecating on the sacred site Machu Picchu in Peru? Well, five of them were deported and one is facing trial.
A YouTuber/influencer faked an injury to get upgraded to business class on a long-haul flight for free.
The mysterious illness that caused an outbreak in Wuhan, China continues to harbour fear in Asia over the cross-border spread.
Booking.com is committed to making it easier for everyone to navigate and experience the world with its new product Citybook. It is a responsive digital guide for cities that seamlessly combines inspiration, planning, navigation and…
For travel tech this week, speaking of making lemonade out of lemons; one start-up in Australia has transformed itself into a travel tech platform that aids businesses affected by the fire to attract customers.
2020 is a year for red carpets, evening dresses and champagne – at least in Oslo. As several projects long in the making are finally getting ready to open their doors to the public, you can hardly pick a more exciting time to visit Norway’s…
Six tourists have been arrested at Machu Picchu after feces was found at a sacred location in Machu Picchu in Peru.
Delta Air Lines’ fourth-quarter profits exceeded the expectations of analysts that boosted the carrier’s result and shares’ price. The increase in profits is due to lower fuel prices and strong travel demand, especially on high-priced,…
What if I tell you that there is a ski operator that will reward you for making ethical choices? Lagom is set to disrupt the luxury ski industry across Europe by giving customers the option to curate their stay and be in control of their…
Air New Zealand new chief executive Greg Foran involves the whole airline staff in shaping the strategic plan for the national carrier by asking them five questions.