BANGKOK, 17 April 20290: Despite pessimism surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic and the financial impact it will have on travel organisations worldwide, the Pacific Asia Travel Association welcomed eight new organisations during April. One of them is the...
BANGKOK, 3 April 2020: The Covid-19 crisis has handed the Pacific Asia Travel Association’s CEO, Mario Hardy, a six-month extension of his work contract to 31 May 2021. He was due to step down 31 December...
BANGKOK, 22 December 2017: Thailand’s travel companies will close the year with a respectable 6 to 7%  increase in clients. In its latest assessment the Association of Thai Travel agents noted member companies handled 5,495,806 clients at Bangkok’s two gateway...
BANGKOK, 5 May 4, 2020: The Pacific Asia Travel Association sealed a new partnership with TCI Research, a leading travel data intelligence agency. Under the agreement, TCI Research will be the sole content contributor to the industry-related...
MUMBAI 28 February 2019: Skal International Mumbai South was inaugurated on 22 February at a ceremony hosted at the ITC Maratha hotel, Mumbai International Airport. It’s the second club in Mumbai started with 35 members, who...
KUALA LUMPUR, 15 April 2020: Amid border closures, shutdowns and lockdowns, Asia Pacific airlines are striving to maintain critical air connectivity to transport supplies and serve the needs of people who still need to travel urgently, including skilled medical personnel...
BANGKOK, 4 April 2018: Thailand’s registered travel agencies handled 870,720 Chinese tour clients, January to March 20, according to the latest data released by the Association of Thai Travel Agents. For ATTA member companies trips from China improved 29.49%, while...
MADRID, 4 May 2020: UNWTO warns there is no time to waste as lost working hours are devasting the lives of millions of people around the world who earn their livelihood from tourism. "Our sector gives...
LONDON, 23 April 2018: Two Asian enterprises, Hong Kong’s airport authority and India’s Great Himalayan Expedition, figured in the WTTC’s Tourism For Tomorrow Awards. World Travel & Tourism Council announced the 2018 winners in sustainable tourism at the 2018 Tourism...
LONDON, 16 April 2020: The World Travel & Tourism Council has praised millions of people around the world in the travel and tourism sector for going the extra mile to lend crucial help to combat the global coronavirus pandemic.