Events
Experts Discuss the Tourism of Tomorrow in Andermatt, Switzerland

Experts Discuss the Tourism of Tomorrow in Andermatt, Switzerland

In Andermatt, Switzerland a course is to be set for the tourism of tomorrow. At the «Innovation Festival», leading personalities from the tourism industry and politics, as well as investors and start-ups will come together

Tourism News
Coronavirus in Africa Could Reverse 30 Years of Wildlife Conservation Gains

Coronavirus in Africa Could Reverse 30 Years of Wildlife Conservation Gains

For wild animals in Africa on the verge of extinction and the tight knit communities who protect them, COVID-19 is a specter, disrupting a delicate balancing act of survival for both humans and endangered species.

Cruise News
Princess Cruises Has Sold Pacific Princess

Princess Cruises Has Sold Pacific Princess

Princess Cruises has announced the sale of Pacific Princess to an undisclosed buyer. The sale of the cruise ship is in line with parent company Carnival Corporation’s plan to accelerate the removal of less efficient

Aviation News
Eastern Airways Announce Nantes & Rennes from Southampton

Eastern Airways Announce Nantes & Rennes from Southampton

Eastern Airways is to introduce the first two of its planned French Regional destinations commencing in April, from the airlines growing Southampton, UK, hub. The UK’s regional airline will commence services to Rennes Bretagne from

Aviation News
Jetstar to Launch Flights to Hamilton Island

Jetstar to Launch Flights to Hamilton Island

Jetstar has today announced new direct flights between Melbourne and Hamilton Island will take off from 29 March, linking Melbournians with the most popular Whitsundays island and gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. To celebrate

Aviation News
Air Seychelles May Fly Domestic Only

Air Seychelles May Fly Domestic Only

Seychelles President Wavel Ramkalawan said Friday his government will relook and take a decision vis a vis the national courier which currently owes $37 million in loans. Ramkalawan explained that the government cannot sustain Air Seychelles

Aviation News
Airlines Impose FFP2 Masks Rules

Airlines Impose FFP2 Masks Rules

A number of airlines have made FFP2 masks mandatory on their flights from February 1. The measure is intended to help contain the spread of coronavirus infection. As hereby communicated by the Board of Airline

Aviation News
Qatar to Offer More Connections to/from Africa

Qatar to Offer More Connections to/from Africa

Qatar Airways continues to be the leading global carrier connecting Africa, operating one of the largest and most reliable networks in the region. Having become the largest international carrier during the early stages of the

Hotels & Resorts
Hyatt Centric to Open in Batumi, Georgia

Hyatt Centric to Open in Batumi, Georgia

Hyatt announced today that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a management agreement with Alliance City LLC for the development of Hyatt Centric Boulevard Batumi. Expected to open in 2025, the hotel will offer 180

Aviation News
Flydubai to Start Service to Malta and Salzburg

Flydubai to Start Service to Malta and Salzburg

flydubai today announced that Catania and Naples in Italy, Salzburg in Austria and Malta will be joining its European network from May 2021. The carrier has grown its network to more than 65 destinations as

Aviation News
Air Arabia to Resume Alexandria – Doha Flights

Air Arabia to Resume Alexandria – Doha Flights

Air Arabia Egypt has announced the resumption of directs flights between Alexandria and Doha, Qatar’s capital, starting February 2, 2021. Customers can now book their direct flights between Alexandria and Doha by visiting Air Arabia’s

Hotels & Resorts
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants to Open in Paris

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants to Open in Paris

Unveiling a new chapter in its European expansion, IHG Hotels & Resorts’ boutique luxury brand, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, will open its first property in Paris this spring. The opening of Kimpton St Honoré Paris