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About TravelNews.net

TravelNews.net  is the leading online resource centre for travel industry executives. From market intelligence and trend analysis to breaking news and exclusive video interviews, it provides all the information you need to keep your fingers on the travel pulse. It ranks as one of the leading B2B travel sites, attracting over 20,000 industry executives daily. TravelNews.net’s readership includes senior thought-leaders in travel, tour operators, travel agents, airline reservation agencies, incentive houses, events and meetings organisers, as well as the very consumers that keep the wheels of our industry in constant motion. There are over 60,000 registered members who receive a daily TravelNews.net newsletter. Unlike many travel industry newsletters and websites, TravelNews.net’s audience is truly global, from the Asia-Pacific and Australasia to Europe and South America its subscriber base is robust, international and includes senior decision-makers. TravelNews.net began life in 2010 as separate websites covering different sectors of travel – Hotel Weekly, Airlines Weekly, Car Hire Weekly, Destination Weekly and Internet Weekly, to name but a few. As the websites evolved, our growing subscriber base called for a service with instant updates and covering the entire travel and tourism spectrum. So in 2012 we combined all titles into one with the launch of TravelNews.net.

Rundown of TravelNews.net

Breaking News: The latest travel technology news as it breaks
Special Report: Exclusive interviews and hot topics
People: Archive of key industry figures’ portfolios
Opinion: Industry leaders share their views and insights
Research and Analysis: Latest industry research and market trends
Daily Newsletter: TravelNews.net broadcasts daily newsletters to our subscribers. This free service keeps you well informed about industry decisions and in depth information on current issues and trends. By becoming an TravelNews.net user, you will become a part of the worldwide travel community. We appreciate your comments. Should you have any feedback or thoughts on how to improve TravelNews.net, please contact us at http://travelindustrynews.org.net/contact-us/contact-us.html