Global Infrastructure Hub's latest report, Global Infrastructure Outlook, revealed that by 2040, USD94 trillion will be needed across the world to close the infrastructure gaps needed to support global economic growth.
The second World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Report on Gastronomy Tourism, presented during the third UNWTO World Forum on Gastronomy Tourism in Spain, emphasised the segment's significant potential in encouraging diverse sustainability, stimulating economies and enhancing inclusion in tourism.
In light of U.S. Travel Association's National Travel and Tourism Week, which coincides with the launch of 2017 Nebraska Passport programme, Nebraska Tourism Commission will host town hall meetings in multiple communities in May.
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.
UNICEF have announced Sharjah as the Middle East's first candidate for the organisation's Child Friendly City Initiative, aimed at guiding cities to include children's rights as a key component of their goals, policies, programmes and structures.
Representatives of 31 countries from the historic Silk Road exchanged ideas on advancing the tourism contribution to sustainability goals during the 7th World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Silk Road Ministers Meeting held at ITB Berlin on March 08.
Following decisions to focus on digital content marketing, the Slovenian Tourist Boards goals yield towards their 2016-2017 digital campaign called Slovenia-Make New Memories which exceeded expectations, leading to the construction of a new tourist information website.