Saturday, 13 October 2018

Chiang Mai Named One Of Condé Nast Traveller’s World Top 20 Small Cities 2018

TATNEWS-14Dec17After a record-breaking awards haul so far this year, Thailand has once again been recognised with yet another prestigious honour by Condé Nast Traveller’s readers, who voted Chiang Mai among the Top 20 Small Cities in the World in its 31st annual Readers’ Choice Awards.

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John Wayne Airport Posts August 2018 Statistics

John Wayne AirportAirline passenger traffic at John Wayne Airport increased in August 2018 as compared with August 2017. In August 2018, the Airport served 991,112 passengers, an increase of 6.1% when compared with the August 2017 passenger traffic count of 934,515.

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United Airlines introduces new programme to help Hurricane Michael victims

United AirlinesUnited Airlines announced a matching fund and bonus miles programme for the victims of Hurricane Michael.

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Malaysia Airlines’ Delights First-time Fliers to Langkawi

Malaysia AirlinesMalaysia Airlines made the first-time experience of flying on an airplane more memorable for 40 teachers and students from SK LKTP Tenggaroh Selatan, Kota Tinggi, Johor with a surprise send-off by the airline’s Group CEO Capt Izham Ismail who also presented them with exciting goodies.

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Singapore Airlines Launches World’s Longest Flight

SASSingapore Airlines (SIA) has launched the world’s longest commercial flight, between Singapore and New York.

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A new 737 MAX joins Oman Air Fleet

Oman AirOman Air has celebrated the delivery of its fifth of 30 Boeing 737 MAX 8s it has on order. This comes at a time when the airline is continuing its trajectory of rapid growth and expansion. 

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Experience Of A Lifetime For El Prat teenager

IAGTOReal Club de Golf El Prat’s Eduard Rousaud Sabate had the experience of a lifetime when he was part of the European Junior Ryder Cup team at Golf Disneyland, in Paris.

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Course Conditioning Key Factor for Golfing Tourists

IAGTOUnderlining the increasingly key role played by golf course superintendents, course conditioning is the single most important factor in the decision-making process of golfing tourists.

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Bled Demonstrates Value Of Golf Business International

IAGTOVisitors to Royal Bled, during the International Golf Travel Market (IGTM), will be impressed by the appearance and condition of Slovenia’s oldest golf course, the King’s Course – yet they may be unaware of the part played in its renaissance by members of Golf Business International.

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Japan stresses on ‘tourism pollution’ from surges in visitors

visit Japan in holidaysThe throng of international  visitors who are unable to board appeared somewhat resentful as the bus departed, stranding them in scorching heat. Such sights are increasingly common in Kyoto as more and more tourists visit the country.

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Storm Callum: Flight, train and ferry services disrupt in UK and Ireland

Destructive stormsThe UK Met Office has issued warnings across Scotland, Wales, southern, western and northern England ahead of the potentially killer storm.

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Cranbrook to host tourism conference this weekend

tourism conference this weekendKootenay Rockies Tourism Association or KRT, one of five official Regional Destination Management Organizations in B.C., is happy to declare that their association’s yearly Tourism Industry Conference will be take place in Cranbrook at the Prestige Rocky Mountain Resort October 15 and 16.

Kenya promotes East Africa roads authority

Kenya East Africa roads authorityThe Kenyan government has developed ball rolling on expanding connectivity of the East Africa region through the development in nfrastructure.

Its being hoped that Irish tourism will cope with VAT hike successfully

Irish tourismThe primal scream from tourism and hospitality operators in terms of the return of their VAT to 13.5 percent is comprehensible, considering the scale of dissatisfaction among those, particularly the rural people, who expected the 9 per cent would be retained yet again.