New report explores how Stopover Tourism is positively affecting visitor arrival numbers

BANGKOK, Thailand, 2019-Jan-10 — /Travel PR News/ — Stopovers have a bad reputation. Travellers think of stopovers either as a long and tiring part of a trip or a rushed, stressful experience. However, stopovers do not need be tedious and boring; indeed, they can become an enjoyable part of the trip itself. Governments, tourism organisations, airlines,… Read the full press release

Qatar Airways demonstrates strength and resilience in the face of adversity in its annual report for 2017/18

Qatar Airways’ annual results demonstrate the airline’s determination and commitment to growth in its toughest year in two decades DOHA, Qatar, 2018-Sep-24 — /Travel PR News/ — Following the most challenging year in its 20-year history, Qatar Airways has published its annual report for 2017/18, which demonstrates the airline’s strength and resilience in the face… Read the full press release

The Pacific Asia Travel Association announces the availability of the Annual Tourism Monitor (ATM) 2014 Final Edition

BANGKOK, 2014-11-20 — /Travel PR News/ — The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is pleased to announce that the Annual Tourism Monitor (ATM) 2014 Final Edition is now available. Following the release of the Early Edition this year, the Final Edition includes updated and additional tourism-related information for 2013 that was not available in the Early Edition,as… Read the full press release

Report: Halifax Stanfield International Airport (HSIA) is valuable provincial asset worth $1.27 billion to Nova Scotia economy in 2012

Halifax, N.S., Canada, 2013-10-09 — /travelprnews.com/ — Halifax Stanfield International Airport (HSIA) is a valuable provincial asset worth $1.27 billion to the Nova Scotia economy in 2012, according to the latest economic impact report, released today. This represents an additional $13 million in economic output over the previous year. “Together, the Airport Authority and all of our… Read the full press release