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Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines to Retire Two Ships

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines to Retire Two Ships

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has today confirmed it will retire two classic vessels, Boudicca and Black Watch, as the company prepares to welcome two new ships, Bolette and Borealis, into the fleet. The two new

Aviation News
Fiumicino, Ciampino Received the Airport Health Accreditation

Fiumicino, Ciampino Received the Airport Health Accreditation

Important international recognition for Rome's airports in the fight against the spread of Covid-19. Fiumicino and Ciampino airports are the first airports in the European Union - and third in the world - to receive

Aviation News
Brussels Airport’s Runway Renovation Completed

Brussels Airport’s Runway Renovation Completed

The renovation works on runway 07L/25R at Brussels Airport and the final tests was completed on the 23rd of August at 6 am. The contractors worked day and night, 7 days a week, to limit

Tourism News
The Most Instagrammed Beach Club in the World

The Most Instagrammed Beach Club in the World

If you’re looking for a (socially distanced) holiday with sun, sea, glamour and great music then a chic beach club will certainly be on your research list. With gorgeous views, decadent drinks and stylish clientele,

Aviation News
KLM Will Fly to Hangzhou Again

KLM Will Fly to Hangzhou Again

As of August 27, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will fly again to the Chinese city of Hangzhou. For the time being, it concerns 1 passenger flight per week, which will be operated via Seoul Incheon

Hotels & Resorts
Mar Monte Hotel Debuts in Santa Barbara

Mar Monte Hotel Debuts in Santa Barbara

The new Mar Monte Hotel, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, emerges as Santa Barbara’s newest lifestyle boutique hotel with reimagined guest rooms, two new food and beverage concepts, and programming that reflects

Aviation News
EU Commission Approves Aid to Brussels Airlines

EU Commission Approves Aid to Brussels Airlines

On July 24th, Brussels Airlines announced that it had reached an agreement with the Belgian Federal Government and Lufthansa to secure the future of Belgium’s home carrier and herewith the long-term development of the airline

People
Qantas Axes Its International CEO

Qantas Axes Its International CEO

The Qantas Group has today announced that CEO of Qantas International, Tino La Spina, will leave the Group in light of what is likely to be the extended grounding of this part of the airline.

Cruise News
Carnival Cruise Line Announces the Name of Next Ship

Carnival Cruise Line Announces the Name of Next Ship

With the help of celebrity partners past and present, Carnival Cruise Line today announced that its next Excel-class ship arriving in 2022 to coincide with its 50th birthday celebration will be named "Carnival Celebration." A

Cruise News
Fred Olsen Cruise Lines Verifies St Kitts and Nevis for the 2021/2022 Cruise Season

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines Verifies St Kitts and Nevis for the 2021/2022 Cruise Season

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, a UK-based company, announced that the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis will be a port of call in its 2021/2022 itinerary. The fleet, which averages a thousand passengers a ship, will dock