Tourism News
The World’s Best Passport Revealed

The World’s Best Passport Revealed

Brits and Americans may be surprised to learn that they don’t own the best passport in the world. According to research conducted by world-leading offshore consulting firm Nomad Capitalist, Swedish, Luxembourgish and Irish passports are

Casino
US Casinos to Reopen This Week

US Casinos to Reopen This Week

After more than two months of planning, refining health and safety protocols, reconfiguring the casino floor and employee training, US casinos are ready to open and return to the work of entertaining guests in a

Hotels & Resorts
Mandarin Oriental Eliminates Single-Use Plastic

Mandarin Oriental Eliminates Single-Use Plastic

In October 2019, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group pledged to eliminate all single-use plastic, across its portfolio of luxury hotels, by the end of March 2021. While the original timing for completion is likely to be impacted by

Aviation News
Wizz Air Opens Base in Larnaca

Wizz Air Opens Base in Larnaca

Wizz Air announced today its 28th base in Larnaca. The airline will base 2 Airbus A320 aircraft at Larnaca airport in July 2020. Along with the establishment of the new base, Wizz Air announced eleven

Tourism News
The Ultimate UK Lockdown Bucket List

The Ultimate UK Lockdown Bucket List

During the Covid-19 lockdown over half of Britons (57%) have took pen to paper and created a bucket list of places and activities they want to experience in the UK post lockdown.   The average Briton’s

Aviation News
AEGEAN Restarts Flights from Thessaloniki

AEGEAN Restarts Flights from Thessaloniki

Following the gradual ease of travel restrictions for international flights, to and from Thessaloniki Airport Makedonia, recently announced by the Greek authorities, AEGEAN will be restarting direct operations to/from Thessaloniki, with basic European destinations. As

Aviation News
Austrian Airlines to Resume Flight Operations

Austrian Airlines to Resume Flight Operations

Austrian Airlines’ aircraft will once again take off on regularly scheduled flights on 15 June 2020 after a break of close to 90 days. The first planes will take off for London, Paris and Brussels,

Aviation News
Boeing Resumes 737 MAX Production

Boeing Resumes 737 MAX Production

Boeing has resumed production of the 737 MAX at the company’s Renton, Washington factory. The 737 program began building airplanes at a low rate as it implements more than a dozen initiatives focused on enhancing