Aviation News
KLM Temporarily Returns to Cairo

KLM Temporarily Returns to Cairo

KLM's flights to Cairo will be operated in the months of September and October. At the beginning of September, KLM will assess whether Cairo can also be added to KLM's network of destinations during the

People
Swiss-Belhotel International Announces Group Restructuring

Swiss-Belhotel International Announces Group Restructuring

Swiss-Belhotel International continues to expand its management in response to the market and the impact of Covid-19. The following Group restructuring has been announced: Mr. Laurent A. Voivenel – who is the Senior Vice President,

Hotels & Resorts
Cambria Hotels Continues Coast -To- Coast Expansion

Cambria Hotels Continues Coast -To- Coast Expansion

Cambria Hotels continues its expansion across popular United States destinations with openings on both the east and west coasts this month. Since January, Cambria Hotels has opened six new hotels in major markets across the

Railway News
SWISS to Introduce Rail Services between Geneva’s Cornavin and Zurich Airport

SWISS to Introduce Rail Services between Geneva’s Cornavin and Zurich Airport

SWISS is to add the Geneva Cornavin to Zurich Airport route to the ‘Airtrain’ rail services which it offers in collaboration with the Swiss Federal Railways. The new services should help keep Western Switzerland optimally

Aviation News
Wizz Air Announces New Base at Gatwick Airport

Wizz Air Announces New Base at Gatwick Airport

Wizz Air today announces a new base at Gatwick Airport, which will be the third base for Wizz Air UK alongside London Luton and the recently announced Doncaster Sheffield. The airline will allocate 1 Airbus

Aviation News
Schiphol Launches Service for Transfer Passengers

Schiphol Launches Service for Transfer Passengers

Schiphol is now offering a new service for transfer travellers with a short connection time to get through the queues faster. New self-service units have been installed at two piers where many connecting passengers arrive.

Cruise News
Holland America Line Extends Pause of Cruise Operations

Holland America Line Extends Pause of Cruise Operations

With the continuation of travel and port restrictions due to global health concerns, Holland America Line is extending its pause of cruise operations and cancelling departures on all ships through Dec. 15, 2020. The pause extension

Taste & Travel
Five Countries That Produce Tea in Europe

Five Countries That Produce Tea in Europe

When you think of tea-growing countries, Portugal, Georgia, Turkey, and Azerbaijan might not immediately spring to mind. But they have a long history steeped in tea production dating back to the nineteenth century. Tea was

Aviation News
United Airlines to Increase Service to China

United Airlines to Increase Service to China

United Airlines today announced it will increase service to China from two to four weekly flights between San Francisco and Shanghai's Pudong International Airport via Seoul's Incheon International Airport. Beginning Sept.4, 2020, United will operate

Videos
SunExpress Unveils Covid-19 Measures Video

SunExpress Unveils Covid-19 Measures Video

SunExpress has put together its new travel standards that has been implemented in line with the regulations imposed by the authorities to allow its passengers to travel smoothly in one video. The video, which describes

Events
Seabourn Targets Charter, Incentive, Meeting & Group Travel

Seabourn Targets Charter, Incentive, Meeting & Group Travel

Seabourn is making it easier for prospective charter, incentive, meeting & group travel clients to understand why a Seabourn ship may be the perfect choice for their next gathering. The brand recently added a substantial

Cruise News
Princess Cruises Announces Maiden Season for Diamond Princess

Princess Cruises Announces Maiden Season for Diamond Princess

Princess Cruises announced a maiden season for Diamond Princess, sailing to South America and Antarctica in fall 2021 and spring 2022, replacing Sapphire Princess on the same deployment from December through March. The itineraries in