Luis Gallego, executive chairman of Iberia, has joined with mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, to launch a new stopover programme entitled Hola Madrid
Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority has unveiled the Jais Adventure Peak, a collection of adventure attractions perched atop the highest mountain in the United Arab Emirates, Jebel Jais.
Mauritius is set to host a prestigious polo match later in the year following the signing of a new partnership. The news was announced at the annual Snow Polo World Cup, hosted each year in St. Moritz.
Virgin Atlantic has extended the suspension of its services to Shanghai until the end of March. The news comes as the China continues to battle an outbreak of a new coronavirus.
According to ABTA members, the Canary Islands remain the top destination for British tourists looking for sunnier weather, with Fuerteventura, Tenerife, Lanzarote and Gran Canaria seeing strong bookings.
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office has told British nationals in China to leave if they are able to do so. The decision comes as the country continues to battle an outbreak of a new coronavirus.
Travellers from across the globe representing all generations now have a common interest in activities and experiences that are now influencing, indeed in many cases driving, their travel decisions.
Bateel International has opened two new outlets in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to surpass its current portfolio of 25 cafes and 39 boutiques.
The six-weekly service operates Sunday to Friday and offers leisure and business travellers from the north-east of England an affordable and convenient way to explore Bavaria’s capital city.
El Al will be officially launching a new direct route connecting Dublin to Tel Aviv on May 26th. The flag-carrier will become the first airline to operate the route in two decades, with services offered three times a week.
Gulf Air has welcomed the resumption of services to Erbil in Iraq as flight GF233 lands in Erbil International Airport. Various dignitaries, a number of local media, travel industry representatives and airport officials were also on hand for the arrival.
The global travel management company has signed partnership agreements giving it presence in an additional four countries – Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Congo and Ethiopia.