Miami.- South Florida tourism poised for record in 2013, fueled by gains in international visitors, travel executives predict.
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Havana.- Spanish Meliá Hotels International chain announces plans of new investments in Cuba. A Prensa latina Cuba agency report said that Melia plans to renovate and repair the facilities it runs in Cuba, where they will provide new services, and announced it will start managing other hotels in 2013.
Mexico City.- Claudia Ruiz Massieu Salinas, the new Mexican secretary of tourism will start her job with strategies 100% focused on the 2012 tourism job at hand, said Alfonso Sumano, regional director for North America for the Mexico Tourism Board.
Santo Domingo.- The Sheraton hotel chain will once again managed the Melia Santo Domingo Hotel after nearly 10 years of being operated by Spanish chain Sol Meliá.
The outlook for the tourism industry is expected to be positive next year as there is no talk of airlines increasing fuel surcharges so far, said the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA).
TTC news service. – No human being will travel to the moon to celebrate the end of 2012. But a number of new businesses around the world are working on it.