torsdag, juni 27, 2019

Kenya changes visa

Relentless lobbying by Kenya’s tourism industry and equally relentless digs by the travel media over Kenya’s decision to only permit online e-Visa applications have...

Two workshops on the way

Antor Sweden is on the way around Sweden with the organization’s World Roadshow. Member countries like Estonia, Flanders, Israel, Croatia, Lithuania, Norway, Austria, Poland, Portugal,...

More bagage on Etihad

It claims the move will allow more choice and clarity to passengers, and will also dramatically reduce the cost of excess luggage on the...

Most green hotel

The five-star Corinthia Hotel Lisbon has been recognized by the 2015 World Travel Awards in Sardinia, Italy as Europe's Leading Green Hotel for its...

CLIA warns of a slowdown in European cruise industry growth

CLIA Europe has warned that a lack of port infrastructure, EU environmental laws and Europe's restrictions on tourists from outside the EU are putting...

Amex to drink Carlsberg

American Express Global Business Travel has been selected to provide travel management services to the Carlsberg Group, the fourth largest brewery in the world,...

Destination Asia continues to expand

Destination Asia has appointed Christine Engen, CEO of United Spirit Nordic located in Denmark to represent and promote Destination Asia’s meetings and incentive, corporate...

“It can quickly become violent”

"They threw stones and there was tear gas. There was uproar, and there was panic at the restaurant. There were children who were out...

Egypt on world marketing plan

According to an Al-Monitor report, Ministry of Tourism in Egypt has announced that the country and J Walter Thompson Co., a New York-based advertising...

Center Parcs unveils plans for Ireland’s biggest ever tourism development

Center Parcs has confirmed plans to open a £150 million holiday park in the Republic of Ireland by 2019. It aims to build 500 lodges...

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SAS CEO warns of more delays

SAS's CEO, Rickard Gustafsson, warns that there are currently no required number of air traffic controllers, and that this can have serious consequences for...

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