Tool kit to save wildlife

BANGKOK, 9 February 2018: Freeland.org, a frontline counter trafficking organisation, released its latest online took kit to protect wildlife at a presentation in Bangkok, Thursday. The official launch held at the Bangkok-based Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand attracted media and...
SINGAPORE 9 February 2018 The International Air Transport Association and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore will establish a Global Safety Predictive Analytics Research Center (SPARC) in Singapore. SPARC will use predictive analytics to identify potential aviation safety hazards and...
CHIANG RAI, 21 February 2019: The official website for Skal Thailand, a social networking group, has been suspended apparently pending an investigation by Thailand’s police, the immigration bureau and the consumer protection board. Efforts to browse the...
BANGKOK, 13 December 2017: Pacific Asia Travel Association will advocate for better gender equality in the travel and tourism industry in 2018. The decision is in line with United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal Five, that calls for gender equality in...
LONDON 18 February 2019: World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and the International Border Management & Technologies Association (IBMATA) will partner to promote safe and seamless travel across international borders. WTTC represents the global...
LONDON, 28 May 2018: The World Travel & Tourism Council invited transport ministers attending the annual International Transport Forum in Leipzig, Germany, to partner with the tourism sector to implement biometrics to make travel more efficient and secure. Speaking to...
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...
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, 25 August 2017: Pacific Asia Travel Association is offering members access to a monthly China Outbound Tourism Price Index through its online store. PATA members get to save USD900 for a report that has a USD5,999 price tag for 12...
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...