The latest sign of the trend: A five-story boutique hotel proposed last week for a 1.3-acre site that has seen Rough Riders, gangsters, club kids and drag queens. To find out more about this legendary sites newest transformation, Click Here!
Delta will offer a third daily nonstop to Tampa International Airport. To read more about it, Click Here!
The Department of Transportation's Inspector General's office said it will assess the the Federal Aviation Administration's process of scrutinizing allegations of improper maintenance at Allegiant Air. For more on why this is happening now, Click Here!
Tourist development taxes collected for the month of March hit $4.8 million, which represents a 13.65 percent increase over the same period last year, according to Visit Tampa Bay. For more on this exciting story Click Here!
Since the fiscal year began on Oct. 1, TPA has served 10,761,239 passengers, jumping 953,684 passengers, or 9.7 percent over the same period the previous year. For more information on these statistics CLICK HERE!
“To be a high-performing airport, you’ve got to do the basic blocking and tackling well—you’ve got to have decent access, good security, restrooms have to be clean,” says Mike Taylor, who leads J.D. Power’s airport research. “But what separates the really high performers from the good airports is the food, beverage and retail.” To find [...]
Today announces new year-round, nonstop service from Nashville, Tennessee to the Tampa Bay area via St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport (PIE) beginning June 14, 2018. To see the other 4 nonstop routes Click Here!
Atlanta’s municipal government has been brought to its knees since Thursday morning by a ransomware attack. Click Here to read more. What are you doing to protect your data?
Tampa Bay’s tourism industry has achieved a long-sought goal – generating more than $600 million in hotel revenue in a calendar year. To find out more about this major win for Tampa hotels Click Here!
Carnival Miracle joins Carnival Paradise which operates year-round four-to-eight-day voyages from Tampa to the Caribbean and Cuba. Together, Carnival Miracle and Carnival Paradise will carry an estimated 280,000 passengers annually from Tampa. To find out what impact that will have on Tampa's Port, Click Here.