Fred Olsen Cruise Lines is to embark on its first Indian Ocean islands fly-cruise next year.
Carnival Cruise Line took delivery of its newest and largest ship, Carnival Vista, yesterday ahead of its debut summer in the Mediterranean.
Hays Travel staff made £40,000 worth of Celebrity Cruises bookings following training sessions with the line.
Former Royal Caribbean-owned cruise agency Cruise 1st is seeking to recruit 25 new sales consultants six months after a management buyout.
The captain of doomed cruise ship Costa Concordia is seeking to have his jail term overturned.
Consumer demand for holidays remains high despite uncertainty about the June 23 referendum on Britain’s EU membership fuelling concerns about the economy.
Uncertainty about the economy, terrorism and the EU has not dented consumers’ confidence. Ian Taylor reports on the latest First Rate Holiday Confidence Index
Entries have opened for the 2016 Shine Awards, which celebrate the achievements of women working in hospitality, leisure, travel and tourism, and the individuals and businesses that actively support gender diversity.
The operator's new chief executive tells Hollie-Rae Merrick he has ambitions for his three brands beyond selling Archers through the trade.
The new boss of Cosmos Tours has unveiled plans to shake up commission rates and open up its Archers Holidays operation to the trade for the first time in 21 years.
Cruises offered by luxury line Silversea are to be distributed via Kuoni’s UK retail network.
Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises are poised to switch over to a new intuitive booking system.
Leading figures from the travel and hospitality sectors were honoured at the British Travel and Hospitality Hall of Fame on Monday evening.
Safety abroad is now the single most important factor in holiday destination choice for the majority of consumers, a new study reveals.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is applying to serve Cuba after rival Carnival Corporation got a ban lifted to allow Cuban-born Americans to sail on its new ‘social impact’ brand Fathom.
Carnival Corporation’s new ‘social impact’ brand Fathom will operate to Cuba as planned from next month.