Airlines have been in rocky place for quite some time now. What can be done to return the industry to a more customer service-focused mindset and restore certainty to the business travel experience?
Natural disasters such as Hurricane Fiona can impact flights, power, water and so many other infrastructural necessities. As meeting professionals, what can we do to protect our programs and aid the partners living in these areas?
Tucson is a city of 500,000 and known as one of the country’s darkest-skied cities. It's also the epicenter of Arizona's wellness boom. What else makes Tucson so different from its nearby counterparts? Let's find out.
PLANETech World 2022 in Tel Aviv, Israel, will be the first global event to reduce its own construction’s carbon footprint, made possible by bio-based thermoplastic creator UBQ.
SITE Classic, Society of Incentive Travel Executives Foundation’s annual fundraiser at The Boca Raton in The Palm Beaches, Florida, unveiled the latest trends to 230 global attendees.
In an effort to keep Indigenous traditions alive in Canada, annual ceremonies and historical sites are replete, but there are also plenty of enlightening experiences for groups to engage in, as well as hotel properties and venues currently owned and operated by First Nation tribes.
The United States retains its top position in travel and tourism marketing and United Airlines threatens to pull out of John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK).