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Tourists Cancel Visits to Bangkok

Tourists Cancel Visits to Bangkok

Shooting incidents reported since last Thursday in Bangkok and the Thai Government's crackdown on protesters there on Wednesday have caused in even more Singaporeans cancelling their highly popular holiday destination.

Holidaymakers Can Choose from A Wide Array of Airport Parking Costs

Holidaymakers Can Choose from A Wide Array of Airport Parking Costs

According to the new survey of Which? Car, there are wide variations in the pricing of the Airport parking costs.

As per the reports, Heathrow is the most expensive as the holidaymakers pay nearly three times as much for airport parking than their northern counterparts.

Ottawa-Toronto Trains Service Continue to Remain Disrupted

Ottawa-Toronto Trains Service Continue to Remain Disrupted

Train passengers travelling via Ottawa and Toronto continued to face delays Thursday following a CP freight train derailed in Smiths Falls on Wednesday afternoon, VIA announced in a press release.

Montreal-Area Buses Get a New Design

Montreal-Area Buses Get a New Design

Montreal-region buses are experiencing improvements in their pattern and features, with a blue-and-green color scheme to denote ecological affability, and new visual and sound gear to assist travelers reach their destinations.

Yesterday, the Société de transport de Laval (STL) offered the revised designs.

Scammers Try To Make Money Out Of Travel Chaos

Scammers Try To Make Money Out Of Travel Chaos

It has been reported that scammers are actually trying to make the travel chaos which ensued due to the volcanic ash as an opportunity by putting everything they have into trying to hoodwink as many travelers as possible.

Airspace Closure Brings Revenue to National Express

Airspace Closure Brings Revenue to National Express

The strands of volcanic ash that closed the European airspace for at least six days last months, on the other hand, helped the National Express Group PLC (NEX. LN) to hike up with its services. The company's buses and trains had to repatriate 12,000 travelers across Europe and 6,000 between London and Scotland, through its buses and trains services.

Australian Travel Agents Win Case- Quantas To Pay Millions

Australian Travel Agents Win Case- Quantas To Pay Millions

In an over turn of events Australian travel agents have won the case against Australian airline group Quantas, leading the airline group to pay millions to the agents.

Passengers Still Waiting to Get Back Home

Passengers Still Waiting to Get Back Home

Many passengers have been waiting for a week or so, to get back to their homes as the airlines are still working through the backlog of cancelled flights. Though, British airspace was reopened on Tuesday.

Volcanic Ash Cloud Causes Air Travel Chaos in the European Region

Volcanic Ash Cloud Causes Air Travel Chaos in the European Region

A gigantic ash cloud from an Icelandic volcano created further air travel mayhem in the European region on Friday. The degree of chaos is such, which had not been seen ever since September 11 attacks. Due to this volcanic ash cloud, a whole lot of passengers had been left helpless and marooned.

Bay of Fundy Looks for Surge in Tourists

Bay of Fundy Looks for Surge in Tourists

A worldwide contest amongst some of the world's natural wonders could help produce tourism dollars for Canada's Bay of Fundy.

Canada's Bay of Fundy is turning against the likes of the Amazon rainforest, the Galapagos Islands, Mount Kilimanjaro and the Grand Canyon in the New 7 Wonders of Nature contest.

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