Monday, July 13, 2020

New Danish sales structure

Royal Caribbean International is pleased to announce an all new sales structure in Denmark. For many years the cruise line, owned by parent company, Royal...

New lagoon in Iceland

Visitors to Iceland looking to avoid the crowds at the famous Blue Lagoon will have a new option next year.  Pursuit, an attractions and hospitality...

EU to re-open

European Commission is launching ‘Re-open EU', a web platform to support a safe relaunch of traveling and tourism across Europe. It will provide real-time information on borders...

Swiss ends restrictions Monday

Swiss government announced that most of COVID-19 restrictions  will end next week and the events of up to 1,000 people will be allowed.   “As of...

SAS double price

Ever since the launch of the SAS EuroBonus Mastercard Premium, EuroBonus Diamond members have been able to enjoy half the annual fee. On 15...

LH 380 grounded

LH Airbus A380s won’t operate for at least two years. When the fleet does return, it will be significantly smaller than it was before...

Egypt open for tourism

Egypt is to open to international tourism from July 1. The north African country’s main summer destinations will be Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada and Marsa...

Baltics now open

The three Baltic countries have effective June 1st  2020 opened borders for tourists with no Covid-19 symptoms arriving from the countries of the EU...

See yourself in LEGO

Will you adore yourself as a LEGO Minifigure? Soon you may figure that out by visiting LEGOLAND® New York Resort. Soon to open next year, the LEGO®...

SAS in trouble

SAS has debt to its customers of 6,6 billion SEK, where pax have paid for travels, that has been cancelled. And SAS does not have...

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UK:No to cruises

The UK-government has issued advice against cruise ship travel. The hardened advice follows on from FCO guidance against over-70s and those with existing health conditions...

Hurtigruten back to sea

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