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Radisson Opens Two New Hotels In Middle East

Radisson Opens Two New Hotels In Middle East

Radisson Hotel Group announces the introduction of its first Radisson Collection hotel in Istanbul with the re-branding of the previously known Radisson Blu Hotel, Vadistanbul Radisson Hotel Group announces the transformation and re-opening of Radisson

Tourism News
Russians Are Banned from Entering Estonia with Estonian Schengen Visas

Russians Are Banned from Entering Estonia with Estonian Schengen Visas

Starting from today, August 18, 2022 citizens of Russia with Schengen visa issued by Estonia will not be permitted entry into the country. Apart from banning Russians who hold a valid visa issued by Estonia,

Tourism News
Russian Tour Operators Launch Shopping Tours to Belarus

Russian Tour Operators Launch Shopping Tours to Belarus

The current economic conditions in Russia have shaped a new trend in the tourist demand of Russians – shopping tours to Belarus for branded items and international bank cards. Stores and salons of other foreign

Aviation News
Qantas Confirms New Flight Training Centre in Sydney

Qantas Confirms New Flight Training Centre in Sydney

The Qantas Group will train pilots at a new purpose-built centre in Sydney across its current and future fleet including the aircraft that will operate non-stop flights from the east coast of Australia to London

Tourism News
Geographer Created a Map with the Most Famous People of Every City in the World

Geographer Created a Map with the Most Famous People of Every City in the World

Finnish geographer and cartographer Topi Tyukanov has created an interactive map showing the birthplaces of the most famous people in the world. In total, 2.3 million people are marked on the map. The map shows

Cruise News
Quark Expeditions Offers Camping in Greenland

Quark Expeditions Offers Camping in Greenland

Quark Expeditions has expanded its overnight camping opportunities for guests in Greenland as part of this season’s portfolio of immersive experiences. “Camping overnight in the Polar Regions has long captured the imaginations of our guests,”

Aviation News
Ryanair to Add 500 Flights from London

Ryanair to Add 500 Flights from London

Ryanair announced that it will add over 500 flights to and from its main base at London Stansted Airport for the Autumn Mid-Term Break, providing an additional 100,000 low-fare seats to/from London to family destinations

Aviation News
easyJet Resumes Flights to Geneva

easyJet Resumes Flights to Geneva

easyJet has resumed its service between Newcastle International Airport and Geneva, with tickets on sale from today at easyJet.com and via the mobile app from just £24.99. Flights will take off from 10 December 2022

Aviation News
Mavi Gök Aviation, New Airline, Announces Plans for Winter Season

Mavi Gök Aviation, New Airline, Announces Plans for Winter Season

The new airline Mavi Gök Aviation (MGA) has announced its plans for the autumn-winter season.  There are currently three Boeing 737-800 aircraft in the MGA fleet. By the end of 2022, three more Boeing 777-300ER

Cruise News
Princess Cruises Joins Trackhouse Racing

Princess Cruises Joins Trackhouse Racing

Daniel Suárez dreams of “cruising” through the next few regular season races as well as the upcoming 10-race NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs on his way to capturing the championship title in 2022. So, it’s appropriate

Tourism News
Ukraine Launches Military Tourism

Ukraine Launches Military Tourism

Visit Ukraine confirms this idea and launches military tourism in Ukraine. Brave people from any part of the planet can now see with their own eyes what happened in the destroyed cities of Ukraine, the

Aviation News
Four Seasons Private Jet Journeys for 2024 Unveiled

Four Seasons Private Jet Journeys for 2024 Unveiled

As the desire for personalized, one-of-a-kind experiences continues to grow, leading luxury hospitality company Four Seasons announces the first set of 2024 itineraries for the Four Seasons Private Jet Experience. Expertly curated to include exceptional

Aviation News
Russia to Legalise the Cannibalisation of the Fleet of Foreign Aircraft

Russia to Legalise the Cannibalisation of the Fleet of Foreign Aircraft

At the request of the local Association of Air Transport Operators (AEPT), the Russian Ministry of Transport will develop amendments to local legislation that will allow Russian airlines to transfer aircraft components from one aircraft

Aviation News
Delta Resumes Nonstop Flights from LAX to Haneda

Delta Resumes Nonstop Flights from LAX to Haneda

Delta will resume flights from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Tokyo International Airport (HND) beginning Oct. 30 in anticipation of Japan’s easing travel restrictions. The route will start operating three times weekly before moving

Aviation News
Air Moldova Launches Flights to Leipzig

Air Moldova Launches Flights to Leipzig

Today Air Moldova operated the first Chisinau-Leipzig-Chisinau flight! Flights to Leipzig/Halle airport are operated twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays, with a possibility of increasing of a number of weekly frequencies up to 3.