French hospitality giant hails impact of Raffles, Fairmont, Swissotel and Onefinestay
Funway Holidays, which set up MoneyCard in July 2013, and Norwegian Cruise Line remain partners and are in talks with new suppliers interested in joining the scheme, which has 6,000 travel agent members.
Carnival UK chairman David Dingle has helped lead the first UK government-backed maritime trade mission to China using Cunard flagship Queen Mary 2 to woo local business leaders.
More than three quarters of the trade body’s members backed such a deal with government
Although investment in the London airport is not in doubt, Ferrovial chairman Rafael del Pino said he saw “no opportunities” in the UK.
The robust state of the UK leisure travel market going into the second quarter of 2017 continues to defy predictions of an adverse reaction following the vote to leave the EU last June. Ian Taylor reports
Hospitality and shipping sectors see contrasting issues as exit process begins
Passenger traffic results for February show a second month of strong demand growth for the start of 2017.
Aircraft that could be capable of flying non-stop from Sydney to London are both on offer from Airbus and Boeing, according to Qantas.
An EU ban on card transaction charges will hit the industry hard, says Gemma Antrobus chairman of Aito Specialist Travel Agents
A bill replacing Air Passenger Duty with a devolved air departure tax is under consideration in Scotland.
The four-star, 35-room hotel is the adjoining property to Elegant Hotels’ Tamarind hotel, which is situated next to Daphne’s and The House, which are also owned by the group.
The demand comes from a Southend airport poll which found that four-out-of-five people expect the price of their summer holidays to increase due to Brexit.
Asia’s biggest carrier achieved a profit of 5.04 billion yuan ($731 million) over the previous year.
Abta chief warns of ‘gargantuan task’ as ‘government has hundreds of priorities’
Abta is to release a report outlining its key priorities for the Brexit negotiations next week.