Wednesday, 20 February 2019

Search scaled down for two missing tourists in OZ


Search for a British tourist and his friend, who went missing on Monday in Sydney, Australia, has been scaled back. Items belonging to Hugo Palmer, from East Sussex, and Erwan Ferrieux, a French national, were found on Shelly Beach, near Sydney, on Monday morning.


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Wellington becomes the world’s first gamified city


New Zealand’s innovative capital, Wellington, home to a booming tech and screen industry has transformed itself into what is believed to be the world’s first gamified virtual city.


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Hong Kong set to get creative during Arts Month


From Art Basel Hong Kong and Art Central to local neighbourhood exhibitions, tours and street performances, during the month of March Hong Kong will showcase the destination’s wide cultural diversity across all the arts, creating a kaleidoscope of colour, ambience and creativity for visitors and locals to enjoy.


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To experience manaakitanga, Tourism New Zealand draws on Nat Geo &Travel Advisors!


In the first one-of-a-kind global campaign, Tourism New Zealand is making the most of the advocacy and influence of past visitors, travel advisors, New Zealanders, and National Geographic Travel Explorers to support those actively planning trip to New Zealand and book their holiday.


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To experience manaakitanga, Tourism New Zealand draws on Nat Geo &Travel Advisors!


In the first one-of-a-kind global campaign, Tourism New Zealand is making the most of the advocacy and influence of past visitors, travel advisors, New Zealanders, and National Geographic Travel Explorers to support those actively planning trip to New Zealand and book their holiday.


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Third world connectivity is putting off tourists from staying in Clare


In the draft regional spatial and economic strategy (RSES), tourism was listed as the main asset to the Mid West produced by the Southern Regional Assembly. 


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In 2018, 5.5M tourists visited Cebu!


On February 19th, Tuesday,  in a data published  by the Department of Tourism in Central Visayas (DOT-7) at a press conference at Best Western Plus Lex Cebu, tourist arrivals in 2018 reached almost 5,575,896 in Cebu which is pretty higher compared to 2017 which only had 4,877,047.


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Ryanair Belgian Pilots Vote (98%) For Collective Labour Agreement


Ryanair today (20 Feb) confirmed that its directly employed Pilots based in Belgium have voted by a majority of 98% in favour of a CLA (collective labour agreement) governing pay and conditions for the next 4 years.


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Norwegian Leaps Forward as Largest Non-North American Airline to Serve New York City in 2018


Norwegian, the World’s Best Low-Cost Long-Haul Airline, has sealed its residence in New York City as the largest non-North American airline to serve the New York and New Jersey area with 2,004,896 passengers carried in 2018.


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Delta climbs in Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies rankings


Delta is one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies Worldwide for the second consecutive year – the only airline on the who’s who of tech disruptors including Apple, Microsoft, Google and Rocket Lab​.


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WestJet Dreamliner launches first revenue flight


WestJet’s Dreamliner made its official debut when it pushed back on its first revenue flight today from Toronto Pearson International Airport. 


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Austrian Airlines Offers More Flights to Paris, Amsterdam and Copenhagen


Austrian Airlines will increase frequencies to other European destinations in the upcoming summer flight schedule in addition to the previously announced expansion of its offering primarily to Germany. 


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Ryanair To Open New Toulouse Base in Winter 2019


Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (20 Feb) announced it will open a new base at Toulouse, from October 2019, as part of its Winter 2019 schedule, with 2 based aircraft (an investment of $200m) and 20 routes (11 new – connecting 7 countries) to/from Alicante, Brest, Budapest, Lille, Luxembourg, Marseille, Oujda, Palermo, Porto, Tangier and Valencia, which will deliver 1m customers p.a. at Toulouse Airport.


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For In-Vitro Fertilization, the UAE is the most preferred nation for medical tourists!


For fertility treatments, a growing number of medical tourists are travelling to the UAE, mainly for In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) as disclosed by IVI Middle East Fertility Clinics.


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