The connections between aviation and tourism

Air transportation and tourism complete each other in many ways. The main way is that tourists use air transportation to arrive at their destinations, so the growth of tourism reflects on air transportation. The number of international tourists has been increased to more than doubled during the last 25 years. The tourism industry expanding hasContinue reading “The connections between aviation and tourism”

Dark Tourism

What is dark tourism? Dark tourism, also known as black tourism, morbid tourism, thana tourism, and grief tourism, is the tourism that includes visiting historical places related to death and grief. One of the reasons for the attraction of this kind of tourism is the value history of these places rather than its relation toContinue reading “Dark Tourism”

Virtual Tourism vs. Traditional Tourism

How the Covid-19 impacts tourism After the pandemic has spread, the countries all over the world applied quarantine. Airport closures, the suspension of incoming and outgoing flights, and nationwide lockdowns are just some of the measures that countries are implementing in an effort to halt the pandemic. This totally affected international tourism and cancelled allContinue reading “Virtual Tourism vs. Traditional Tourism”

How did Aviation Changed Life?

Before inventing planes, people could only travel by foot, buggy, horses, and train or ship. Travel was taking a very long time, about weeks or months. The same in delivering and receiving goods. The invention of airplanes changed the world from different sides. The movement from one country to another became faster and easier, notContinue reading “How did Aviation Changed Life?”

Ireland: The Underrated Emerald Isle Yet To Be Explored

Even though COVID-19 may have halted our travel plans to get away from home. Nonetheless, people are exploring new destinations to escape to once travel opportunities start to recommence. This week we will be exploring Ireland! Ireland is a hidden gem (literally an Emerald!) when it comes to tourism. It’s luscious green landscape stays vibrantContinue reading “Ireland: The Underrated Emerald Isle Yet To Be Explored”