Non-passengers can now spend the day browsing the shops, having a meal or just watching the planes.
Here are some of the remarkable natural and cultural landmarks UNESCO has awarded special status to this year.
Entrepreneurs living in Rio de Janeiro's favelas are fighting stereotypes by offering unique and safe tourism opportunities, and social media is helping.
Global operators must start tailoring travel experiences more specifically in order to hand control back to communities.
The huge bloom of sargassum algae is causing big issues for the country’s tourism industry.
There is a slow but sure trickle of city-dwelling Japanese citizens that are swapping the city life for a quieter - and cheaper - life in the country.
As its middle class grows and consumer spending increases, Chinese tourists are making a huge impact on the world. Spending 258 billion U.S. dollars abroad (around 20% of the world’s tota...
As the global aviation industry continues to soar, a World Economic Forum initiative aims to speed up the passenger experience.
The collision of two trends - globalization and the experience economy - has sparked a new approach to travel with cultural curiosity at its heart.
By understanding the different types of interaction we have with nature and how they affect our mood, we can replicate their effects using virtual representations too.
Outbound Chinese tourists spent nearly a quarter of a trillion US dollars in 2017 - around a fifth of the global total.
TomTom's 2018 Traffic Index has highlighted which 15 countries have the most congestion rates.
The eastern region of Lusatia has been transformed from a mining graveyard to Europe’s biggest lake region.
A Swedish movement wants people to cut out air travel. And the latest figures show the idea is taking off.
Air travel is set to get faster, with the aviation industry working on supersonic and even hypersonic flights.