Brussels South Charleroi Airport (BSCA) concluded June with great success, having handled 12 percent more passengers year-on-year, which contributed to the three percent increase in passenger traffic observed in the first half of the year.
The third annual climb of Vršič Pass using Rog Pony bicycles was held on June 03, during which three records were broken, including the overall number of participants as well as the fastest climb in both the men's and women's categories.
Saudia Airlines achieved a new single month record in April when 2,906,070 passengers travelled on board its aircrafts, confirming the carrier's consistent growth.
Kate Brown, governor, Oregon, announced at Oregon Governor's Conference on Tourism, that 2016 was the industry's seventh consecutive year of increasing growth and economic impact, with travel-related spending generating record revenues for the state.
Carnival Cruise Line denoted healthy results for the year 2016, with net income having soared along with the diluted earnings per share (EPS) in comparison to 2015.
Sharjah International Airport registered a 10 percent year-on-year increase in passengers, handling 11 million passengers from January to December 2016.
Air Charter Service has reported that the company recorded revenue of more than GBP40 million (USD50.24 million) in November 2016, making it a record month in its history.
Dubai International Airport (DIA) has retained its title as what is said to be the world's number one airport for international passengers after near record numbers in December 2016.
In 2016, Jazeera Airways recorded KWD52.8 million (USD173.12 million) in revenue, a year-on-year drop of 10 percent and a net profit of KWD10.8 million (USD35.41 million), down 29.8 percent on 2015, despite carrying 0.3 percent more passengers.
Egypt's State Information Service has unveiled that the country ranked as the number one choice for German tourists on February 13, with the most number of bookings recorded by Check 24, a German comparison website.