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Latin America trade show attracts record number of exhibitor…

Published on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 Experience Latin America (ELA), Europe’s largest dedicated business-to-business travel event for Latin America, has attracted a 10% increase in exhibitors this year. There will be 61 new exhibitors amongst the 130 tourist boards, airlines, tour operators, local destination management...
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Qatar political row jeopardises Middle East aviation | News

Five Middle Eastern countries have cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing it of destabilising the region. The move has thrown Middle Eastern aviation into chaos, with a number of routes suspended. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Yemen have all cut ties...
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Investigation after Brits injured in NZ tour bus crash

Published on Monday, January 16, 2017 Four people have been seriously hurt and others escaped with minor injuries after their tour bus plunged 10 metres down a river bank on New Zealand’s North Island. An investigation has begun after the coach carrying tourists including British...
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Eurowings takes off for Las Vegas | News

This summer Eurowings passengers can fly cheaply long-haul to Las Vegas. For decades, the fascinating city in the desert state of Nevada has been one of the most important destinations for holidaymakers to the USA. The inaugural flight took off from Cologne/Bonn airport earlier, further...
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Brazil tourism campaign targets London

Published on Friday, June 2, 2017 A group of around 90 travel professionals have participated in a two-day ‘Brasil Junino Seminar’ at the Embassy of Brazil in London. Designed to educate agents about lesser-known Brazilian tourist destinations, the seminar featured Amargosa (Bahia State), Aracaju (Sergipe...
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Etihad Airways goes double daily with A380 on New York JFK r…

Etihad Airways has introduced its flagship Airbus A380 aircraft on its second daily service between the UAE capital and New York JFK. All 14 weekly flights between the two cities are now operated by the double-decker aircraft. The superjumbo has replaced a three-class Boeing 777-300ER...
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Jamaican market traders get tourism training

Published on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 Tour operators are being asked to encourage customers to visit a Montego Bay market in order to boost income for local traders. Under a Travel Foundation initiative, 100 traders at Harbour Street Craft Market have received business training and...
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Dreamland Margate reopens following £25m investment | News

Thousands of fun-seekers have flocked to Dreamland Margate to soak up the sunshine as the doors opened at the iconic park. The UK’s best-loved seaside park unveiled a completely updated and re-landscaped space that brings together historic rides set against a backdrop of interactive art...
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