Railway News
Eurostar Partners with Trees4Travel

Eurostar Partners with Trees4Travel

Eurostar, the high-speed rail service linking the UK and mainland Europe, is launching a new partnership with Trees4Travel which offers passengers the opportunity to plant trees when they book their journey via the Eurostar for

Tourism News
What Are the Requirements to Enter Cambodia?

What Are the Requirements to Enter Cambodia?

Cambodia is reopening its borders - this is a boost to its tourism industry, which is an important contributor to the economy. Cambodia is now fully open to foreign travelers although there are still quarantine

Hotels & Resorts
Raffles Reopens Hotel in Siem Reap

Raffles Reopens Hotel in Siem Reap

Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor reopens its doors to guests on 1st June 2022 for the first time in almost three years. First opened in 1932 and widely celebrated as La Grande Dame de Angkor, the

Car Rental
Green Mobility Holding Acquires Europcar Mobility Group

Green Mobility Holding Acquires Europcar Mobility Group

Europcar Mobility Group welcomes the European Commission's decision to approve the acquisition of the company by Green Mobility Holding under its merger control procedure. This authorization was solicited by Green Mobility Holding SA, a special

Aviation News
Air France to Redesign La Premiere Cabin

Air France to Redesign La Premiere Cabin

After unveiling a new standard of comfort in its long-haul Business cabin, Air France today announces that it is working on the design of a completely new La Première cabin. This confirms the airline's commitment

Aviation News
Air Europa to Increase the Number of Flights to South America

Air Europa to Increase the Number of Flights to South America

In June, Air Europa will increase the number of flights on its long-haul routes to South America until it gradually reaches pre-pandemic capacity levels; Lima will add to its daily operations, which it already registers

Tourism News
World Committee on Tourism Ethics Issues Statement on War in Ukraine

World Committee on Tourism Ethics Issues Statement on War in Ukraine

The World Committee on Tourism Ethics, welcoming the statement of UN Secretary-General that “Continuing the war in Ukraine is morally unacceptable, politically indefensible and militarily nonsensical”, in firm belief that tourism is a vital force