With Old Man Winter right around the corner, Spirit Airlines (NASDAQ:SAVE) is bringing the heat and its ultra-low fares to Connecticut, western Massachusetts and western Pennsylvania with new seasonal service to Florida's Gulf Coast. For more information on the new routes Click Here
Top Executives discuss how significant tourism is to the economic development in this region. Click Here for more information.
Ultra low cost carrier Spirit Airlines is starting several new routes into and out of Tampa International Airport beginning Thursday. For more on the story Click Here.
Hilsborough Area Regional Transit Authority CEO Katherine Eagan will serve as the Port Authority of Allegheny County, according to the Pittsburgh Business Journal. For more on this article Click Here.
An Editorial in Tampa Bay Times concerning Speaker of the House Corcoran's most recent attack on our industry. Click Here to read more.
At today’s NFL Fall League Meeting in New York City, NFL owners officially awarded Super Bowl LV in 2021 to Tampa. In May, it was announced that Tampa had been offered the Super Bowl on the condition that the city meet certain requirements related to its bid. With today’s announcement, the city now turns its [...]
Tampa, FL (Oct. 6, 2017) … A 2017 survey of the salaries and benefits afforded to employees earning hourly wages at Tampa Bay area hotels indicates most are being paid significantly more than minimum wage. In addition, part time workers could qualify for days off with pay and may have opportunities to achieve career advancements [...]
North American Airports Effectively Navigating Construction, Capacity Challenges, J.D. Power Finds See how TIA ranks. Click Here to read more.
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TAMPA — Now that Hurricane Irma's winds have passed, Tampa Bay's tourism industry is eager to get visitors flying back in. The message: Irma hasn't derailed us. "The tourism industry is resilient," said Leroy Williams, media and interactive director at Visit St. Pete/Clearwater. "It's important to get back to normal as soon as possible." Click [...]