Cruise News
Carnival Cruise Line Signs Five-Year Agreement with City of Norfolk

Carnival Cruise Line Signs Five-Year Agreement with City of Norfolk

Carnival Cruise Line today announced that it has signed a five-year agreement with the City of Norfolk to operate seasonal cruises from the Half Moone Cruise Center through 2025. The announcement was made at a

Aviation News
Jetstar Asia to Start Flights to Colombo, Sri Lanka

Jetstar Asia to Start Flights to Colombo, Sri Lanka

Jetstar Asia will become the only low-cost carrier to fly direct from Singapore to Colombo, Sri Lanka when it launches the new flights on 1 July 2020. With fares going on sale today, Colombo becomes

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American Airlines to Connect Monterey and Dallas

American Airlines to Connect Monterey and Dallas

The Monterey Regional Airport announced today that American Airlines will begin daily year-round service from the Monterey Regional Airport to Dallas-Fort Worth on April 8. In addition, a second seasonal flight will be added also beginning April 8. American

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American Express Opens Lounge at Charlotte Douglas International

American Express Opens Lounge at Charlotte Douglas International

American Express has announced that The Centurion Lounge at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) will open on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020, marking the company’s 11th location within its iconic Centurion Lounge network. As the seventh

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AirAsia Resumes Flights to Ho Chi Minh City

AirAsia Resumes Flights to Ho Chi Minh City

AirAsia relaunched its flights to Ho Chi Minh City along with the mounting of more domestic flights in the Philippines ahead of the summertime peak travel period. With the first flight out on 29 March

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MS Roald Amundsen Makes History by Reaching 70º South

MS Roald Amundsen Makes History by Reaching 70º South

Hurtigruten, the world leader in exploration travel, has announced a history-making event: The world's first hybrid electric–powered expedition ship, Hurtigruten's own MS Roald Amundsen, has traveled the furthest south of any company ship in the expedition

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Air India Launches Flights from London to Mumbai

Air India Launches Flights from London to Mumbai

Air India ’s second long-haul route from London Stansted took to the skies this week with the launch of its new three-times a week service to Mumbai, the financial and entertainment capital of India. The

Hotels & Resorts
Radisson RED Opens in Dubai Silicon Oasis

Radisson RED Opens in Dubai Silicon Oasis

Radisson Hotel Group announces the opening of Radisson RED Dubai Silicon Oasis, the latest property in the Group’s rapidly expanding portfolio across the Middle East. Located at Dubai Digital Park, Dubai’s first ever smart city

Hotels & Resorts
Travelodge Opens Two Hotels in London

Travelodge Opens Two Hotels in London

This week, Travelodge, one of London’s biggest hotel chains has opened two new hotels in the Capital and boosted its portfolio to 589 hotels which includes 77 properties in London. Collectively these two hotels which

Destinations
Maldives, Mauritius or Seychelles: What Island Is Right for You?

Maldives, Mauritius or Seychelles: What Island Is Right for You?

Maldives, Mauritius or Seychelles: which country has the best beaches? Where to go diving? What if you’re not a water person? Which is the least expensive and delivers most value for time and money? Here’s

Aviation News
Air Austral to Withdraw from Air Madagascar

Air Austral to Withdraw from Air Madagascar

In Reunion Island, it is being reported that the existing partnership agreement in place between Air Austral of Reunion Island and Air Madagascar of Madagascar are facing ongoing challenges as Air Austral enters into a