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  • The Air Transport Research Society (ATRS) and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University have released the key results of the ATRS 2018 Global Airport Performance Benchmarking Task Force report at their World Conference in Seoul, South Korea. The benchmark project is hosted at the College of Business at Embry-Riddle in Daytona Beach, Fla. (USA).

  • Moscow is proud of a number of fascinating attractions, rich heritage, and friendly locals. However, the Russian capital is also well known for its city metro. The metro system was opened in 1935 and currently has 214 stations all together. Tourism-Review.com presents the five most stunning metro stations worth visiting.

  • TripAdvisor announced the winners of its Travelers' Choice awards for Amusement Parks and Water Parks. Award winners were determined using an algorithm that took into account the quantity and quality of reviews and ratings for amusement parks and water parks worldwide, gathered over a 12-month period.

  • Waves of attacks, coup attempts and much more. Travelers have been avoiding Turkey as a destination in the past years. One sector, however, resisted the crisis: halal tourism.

  • The FIFA World Cup has just ended in Russia resulting in a boost for local tourism. In the past years officials and authorities have paid a special tribute to inbound tourism. The goal of Russia is to increase revenues from tourism by 75% by 2024, to $15.5 billion.

  • Mojtaba Mohammadi: The largest aquarium tunnel of Iran has been opened in the port city of Anzali in Gilan province, northern Iran.

  • Tourists are becoming increasingly interested in vacationing in the Czech Republic. This was confirmed by the latest data from the Czech Statistical Office for the month of May. The overall number of visitors in local hotels increased by 15.6% compared to April. Just in May 1.36 million people stayed in Czech hotels.

  • Ancient sites that have survived centuries, or even millennia, haven't fared so well in the 21st century.

  • With the technology development, the life of tourists has become much easier. For example, if earlier buying a ticket for a train or plane was a whole event and took a lot of time, now it is enough just to open a mobile application, make some simple actions - and the tickets are yours. In addition, the need for paper maps, which used to be irreplaceable helpers of people in an unfamiliar place, is no longer needed; there is no need to pre-compile a list of attractions that you would like to visit and to carry a dictionary with you. Now, the best friend and your guidebook may be your smartphone. It remains only to determine which applications will be the most useful in the journey.