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Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 21 No. 4

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   A slew of international developments around the globe could impact the travel retail business in the Americas and worldwide. Globally, the outbreak of the new respiratory virus that originated in Wuham, China has already caused the lockdown […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 21 No. 3

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link. International aviation took an interesting turn in 2019. Passenger travel as measured by journeys grew faster than global economic growth but significantly slower than the trend over the past decade, according to flight tracking agency ForwardKeys.  […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 21 No. 2

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   We wish all our readers the world over a very happy, healthy, peaceful and prosperous 2020.   Our first issue of the new year starts off with the somber news of war rumblings in […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 21 No. 1

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   We at TMI send all our readers around the world wishes for a very happy holiday season and wonderful year in 2020.   Today’s issue begins with the latest PaxFlash report from Airports Council International, which finds that passenger […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 20 No. 50

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   With the Holidays just days away for much of the world, travel retailers are particularly busy as they work to tempt the millions of travelers to buy just a few more gifts.   […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 20 No. 49

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   The spotlight this week is squarely focused on PEOPLE news. Alain Maingreaud was unanimously re-elected for a second term as president of TFWA. Page 1. Two major travel retail executives take new roles: Dan Cappell, whose career […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 20 No. 48

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   Canada’s Frontier Duty Free Association held its annual Convention in Toronto on Nov. 11-14, welcoming attendees with its renowned warmth and good spirits in an atmosphere that FDFA Executive Director, Barbara Barrett says fostered “meaningful connections.” TMI here […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 20 No. 47

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   The first ASUTIL/CEFSU Border Conference that took place last week in Porto Alegre, Brazil was deemed a complete success by the organizers, and attracted some 170 registered delegates. See full report from John Gallagher beginning on page […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 20 No. 46

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   TMI’s spotlight is on Canada this week, as Canada’s Frontier Duty Free Association prepares to welcome the industry to its annual Convention in Toronto next week. Today and tomorrow, however, members of the industry are meeting in Porto […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 20 No. 45

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   U.S. airports and concessions were squarely in the news this week, with new contracts, new openings and new terminals all in the headlines. But first, Interbrand issued its respected brand valuation survey this month, showing that luxury and […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 20 No. 43/44

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   This jam-packed double issue of Travel Markets Insider starts off with the sad news that Concessions International Vice President Charles “CJ” Johnson has passed away. TMI add its condolences to those of the US airports industry. Page 1. BREAKING […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 20 No. 42

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   The 2019 TFWA World Exhibition in Cannes appears to be a success on all counts: record numbers of attendees at all events; a world class conference – even with a somewhat controversial keynote speaker; a […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 20 No. 41

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   As many of us are now en route to Cannes for the 2019 TFWA Tax Free World Exhibition, we wish all our industry colleagues safe travels and a very successful week ahead. TMI here presents some […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 20 No. 40

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link. The Frontier Duty Free Association has revealed details of its Convention taking place in Toronto in November. FDFA Executive Director Barbara Barrett also speaks with TMI about the Association’s legislative priorities for the coming year, led by its efforts to have the Visitor […]

Travel Markets Insider Newsletter Vol. 20 No. 39

The Travel Markets Insider newsletter is attached to this post as a PDF file. To open the PDF file, please click on this link.   It is now two weeks since Hurricane Dorian devastated the northern Bahamas. The official death toll stands at 50, although 1,300 people are still listed as missing. Preliminary reports estimated Dorian caused some $7 billion […]

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