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News: Airbus warns UK government no-deal Brexit could see it leave

Airbus has published a risk assessment outlining the “urgent risks” to its business arising from the UK exiting the European Union without a withdrawal agreement.

 

News: Amerikalinjen set to open in Oslo in March 2019

Opening in March of 2019 in Oslo, the old Norwegian American Line building is being transformed into a small urban boutique hotel called Amerikalinjen.

 

News: Natura Bisse opens second Irish location at The K Club

Natura Bisse, the luxury Spanish skincare brand, has opened a second spa in Ireland, at the prestigious The K Club, located in a rural setting just 30 minutes outside of the bustling city of Dublin.

 

News: Celebrity Cruises unveils designs for new Terminal 25

Celebrity Cruises has unveiled its first ever brand-designed cruise terminal, Terminal 25, located at Port Everglades in Hollywood, Florida.

 

News: Amadeus partners with Adobe for new airline solutions

Amadeus is partnering with Adobe to bring improved capabilities to airlines. The combination of Amadeus solutions and Adobe Experience Cloud will enable airlines to deliver new digital experiences to travellers across any device and throughout the entire journey.

 

News: Residential developer Galbut appointed Norwegian Cruise Line chairman

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has appointed Russell Galbut, an independent director of the board, as chairman of the company. The decision was announced earlier during the annual general meeting of the organisation.

 

News: Marriott International breaks ground on new headquarters

The Bernstein Companies and its joint venture partner, Boston Properties, marked a significant milestone earlier as they broke ground on the future Marriott International headquarters in downtown Bethesda, Maryland.

 

News: VisitPittsburgh hosts stakeholders at US Embassy in London

VisitPittsburgh has hosted tour operators, media and partners at the United States Embassy in London as it seeks to boost its profile as a tourism destination for UK visitors. Guests heard about the city and its story of transformation.

 

News: Belmond La Samanna to reopen in December

Located within the island’s most prestigious French West Indies neighbourhood, overlooking Baie Longue’s mile-long white sands; the resort invites guests to indulge in elegant European cuisine, sip Champagne at sunset and explore the vibrant coastline’s designer boutiques and over 400 restaurants.

 

News: American Airlines launches new Barbados connections

American Airlines has announced the addition of non-stop, daily service from Charlotte Douglas International Airport to Grantley Adams International Airport beginning December 19th.

 

News: InterContinental Hotels Group reaches hotel openings milestone

InterContinental Hotels Group is celebrating the opening of its 1,000th hotel in the Europe, Middle East, Asia and Africa region, with the opening of InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort, in Vietnam.

 

Focus: How to take amazing photos on your Tanzania safari

For many Tanzania safari lovers, the adventure of a lifetime would not be complete without returning home with some amazing photos. Located on Africa’s breath-taking East Coast, it’s estimated that over 1.2 million people visited the country last year. With more and more families turning to holiday specialists like http://www.tanzaniaodyssey.com it’s never been as simple to book a trip either so that number is set to increase for 2018.

 

News: Kreeger to step down as Virgin Atlantic chief executive

Virgin Atlantic has announced that Shai Weiss, currently executive vice president and chief commercial officer and a member of its board, has been appointed as chief executive.

 

Focus: Breaking Travel News investigates: Bagni di Pisa, Tuscany

Bagni di Pisa is splendid five-star resort in Tuscany, where guests are invited to enjoy a refreshing variety of thermal spa services, as well as health and weight-loss programs, relaxation therapies and beauty treatments. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole visits to take the waters

 

Focus: 5 Reasons Rwanda Is Evolving Into The Best Luxury Destination In East Africa?

A country that was more popular for its days of horror, regret and abject misery caused by the climax of the 1994 genocide in which between 500,000 and 1,000,000 Rwandans are reported to have been killed, is undoubtedly today the prime location for sumptuous luxury safari holidays in East Africa. Rwanda now steadily sets the pace for other Nation States in the East African region along “the path called development”.

 

News: Fry to take up vice president, development, role with Hilton in Asia Pacific

Hilton has announced the appointment Matt Fry as senior vice president, development in Asia-Pacific. From August 6th, Fry will oversee the team responsible for the overall development strategy for APAC.

 

News: Ryanair joins with British Airways to call for action on air traffic control strikes

An alarming increase in air traffic control strikes across Europe has wreaked havoc on airlines, their passengers and business, according to Airlines for Europe.

 

News: Financial turmoil hits tourism sector in Argentina

The fall-out from Argentina’s financial turmoil is having a huge impact on travel to and from the country, according to latest figures from ForwardKeys.

 

News: CLIA strengthens communications team with double appointment

CLIA has strengthened its global communications team with two new appointments.

 

News: Norwegian to connect Dublin to Hamilton-Toronto from March

Commencing March next year, the new daily service between Dublin and Hamilton-Toronto will mark the first direct flight between the two cities, providing passengers with greater choice and flexibility at an affordable price.

 


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