Tourism News
VisitEngland Re-launches Entry Level and Taste Schemes Nationally

VisitEngland Re-launches Entry Level and Taste Schemes Nationally

VisitEngland has today, 26 November, re-launched its Entry Level and Taste accreditation schemes for accommodation and food businesses, making them available to businesses across England. From today all accommodation and food businesses in England can

Aviation News
Aeroflot Adds 16 New Routes to Business Pass

Aeroflot Adds 16 New Routes to Business Pass

Aeroflot has expanded the Business Pass fare designed for frequent business fliers to 16 new routes. Business Pass is now available between St Petersburg and Murmansk, and between Moscow and Voronezh, Belgorod, Saratov, Orenburg, Anapa,

Aviation News
Joon to Stop Seychelles Operation

Joon to Stop Seychelles Operation

Air Journal France reports that Air France's low-cost airline, Joon, will not operate the line between Paris and Mahe during the upcoming summer season. Inaugurated in May 2018 between its base in Paris-CDG and the

Aviation News
Norwegian to Launch 24 Days of Savings and Discounts

Norwegian to Launch 24 Days of Savings and Discounts

Norwegian is counting down the days to Christmas by offering members of its loyalty programme 24 consecutive days of fantastic savings on flights, special partner offers and chances to win £2000 worth of points that

Aviation News
Air France Launches Flights to Belgrade

Air France Launches Flights to Belgrade

For the 2019 summer season (March 31 to October 26, 2019), Air France will offer its customers Belgrade (Serbia) on departure from Paris-Charles de Gaulle. This route will be operated with one daily flight from

Aviation News
Aeroflot Launches Pass2U e-wallet Payments

Aeroflot Launches Pass2U e-wallet Payments

Aeroflot has added the Pass2U e-wallet functionality to its Android app, giving passengers a convenient way to store tickets, boarding passes and Aeroflot Bonus cards. Users with Pass2U installed on their device can add tickets,

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British Airways to Recruit More Than 2,000 Cabin Crew in 2019

British Airways to Recruit More Than 2,000 Cabin Crew in 2019

British Airways continues its investment in world-class customer service, today announcing a programme to recruit more than 2,000 cabin crew in 2019. Successful candidates with no prior cabin crew experience will train through the airline’s

Hotels & Resorts
Mandarin Oriental, Geneva Offers ‘Swiss Winter Fun’ Package

Mandarin Oriental, Geneva Offers ‘Swiss Winter Fun’ Package

A launched by Mandarin Oriental, Geneva has launched an accommodation package, Swiss Winter Fun, which offers guests luxurious accommodation and breakfast for two, a dog sled ride in the beautiful Jura Mountains, an authentic Swiss

Taste & Travel
SWISS Brings the Cuisine of the Bernese Oberland Aboard

SWISS Brings the Cuisine of the Bernese Oberland Aboard

Bern will be the guest canton in SWISS’s galleys from 5 December to the beginning of next March. The latest chapter in the award-winning “SWISS Taste of Switzerland” inflight food concept sees Robert Speth, chef

Aviation News
100 Wheelchair Users Pull Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Heathrow

100 Wheelchair Users Pull Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Heathrow

On Friday evening, Heathrow hosted a Guinness World Records® official attempt in support of Aerobility’s mission to help people with disabilities participate in aviation. The airport’s ‘Wheels4Wings’ event saw a team of 100 people in

Sports Tourism
Backward leg allows young cancer survivor to dance

Backward leg allows young cancer survivor to dance

Black farmers in the US’s South— faced with continued failure their efforts to run successful farms their launched a lawsuit claiming that “white racism” is to blame for their inability to the produce crop yields and on

Sports Tourism
Black hair on your tongue? Here’s what that could be

Black hair on your tongue? Here’s what that could be

Black farmers in the US’s South— faced with continued failure their efforts to run successful farms their launched a lawsuit claiming that “white racism” is to blame for their inability to the produce crop yields and on