The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) is delighted to announce the 2019 leaders in sustainable tourism at the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards ceremony
Travel & Tourism in South Africa contributed 1.5 million jobs and ZAR425.8 billion to the economy in 2018, making it the largest tourism economy in Africa, according to the World Travel & Tourism Cou...
Last year saw strong growth for Egyptian Travel & Tourism as it became the fastest-growing country in North Africa, growing by 16.5% - second only to Ethiopia when reviewing the whole continent
The global Travel & Tourism sector grew at 3.9% to contribute a record $8.8 trillion and 319 million jobs to the world economy in 2018
A "No Deal" Brexit would have a damaging impact on one of the UK's most important economic sectors.
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and UN Climate Change today showcased how the travel and tourism sector can take steps towards carbon neutrality by 2050
WTTC announces 2019 Global Summit in Seville and extends invitation to wider industry The World Travel & Tourism Council 2019 Global Summit with the theme of ‘Changemakers’ will celebrate and gat...
Ministers and leaders discuss future of tourism at World Travel Market
Today, the WTTC released its annual Cities Report at the WTTC Asia Leaders Forum in Macau, SAR
WTTC are calling on organisations across Asia to showcase their achievements in sustainable tourism
Long term planning with communities at the centre; increasing resilience by preparing for crises; and transitioning to a seamless traveller journey through the use of technology
WTTC calls on Travel & Tourism organisations to showcase their achievements by entering in the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards 2019.
This figure is set to rise by 2.9% per annum and forecast to account for 20% of New Zealand GDP over the next decade.
WTTC today announces that global leaders from the Travel & Tourism industry will meet at the first WTTC European Leaders Forum in Lisbon
Travel & Tourism revenues in Moscow are set to grow at an increasing pace of 6.6 percent per year in the years to 2026
WTTC congratulates EU on adoption of the new European Travel Information & Authorisation System
The agreement, will mean that the two organisations will adopt a common approach
WTTC recognises Australia's leadership on biometric travel facilitation
The Travel Corporation’s Chief Executive Brett Tollman signed declaration to join the fight against illegal wildlife trade
The WTTC Tourism for Tomorrow Awards showcase business practices of the highest standards within Travel & Tourism