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Chateau Lou Casteou reveals latest Body Tonic break

Chateau Lou Casteou reveals latest Body Tonic break

Hotel  Spa 

Luxury residence Chateau Lou Casteou in the south of France has revealed its next luxury fitness retreat Body Tonic will be held October on 12-16th. Set in the beautiful French Riviera countryside the fitness retreat at Lou Casteou provides guests with a balance of energetic, fun training and dance classes, stunning coastal and mountain treks, balanced meals and chateau accommodation.

Emirates renews full service agreement with Amadeus

Emirates renews full service agreement with Amadeus

Emirates and Amadeus have announced the renewal of their distribution agreement to ensure that the airline’s full inventory of fares and flights is made available to Amadeus-connected travel agencies and travellers worldwide. The agreement means that Emirates content is made available to the world’s largest network of travel sellers, and Emirates’ customers can continue to search and shop for all Emirates products and services through the channel of their choosing.

Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina opens in Hawaii

Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina opens in Hawaii

Hotel  Spa 

Offering Hawaii’s most memorable holiday experiences for the past 27 years Four Seasons continues to innovate with the opening of its fifth location, the spectacular new Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina. Situated on a pristine stretch of coastline on Oahu’s rugged western coast in the community of Ko Olina, the island’s most luxurious multi-faceted resort experience is completely customised for each and every guest.

IATA 2016: IATA calls for solution on Schengen-US/Canada visa

IATA 2016: IATA calls for solution on Schengen-US/Canada visa

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on EU and North American governments to resolve a looming crisis for the EU–US/Canada visa waiver program. Today, most EU citizens can visit the US and Canada without having to apply for a visa, with US and Canadian citizens being granted similar visa-free access to EU states.

IATA 2016: Airline industry pledges to fight against wildlife trafficking

IATA 2016: Airline industry pledges to fight against wildlife trafficking

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) 72nd Annual General Meeting (AGM) unanimously endorsed a resolution denouncing the illegal trade in wildlife and wildlife products and pledging to partner with government authorities and conservation organizations in the fight against the traffickers of endangered animals.

Thomas Cook Airlines launches direct Boston flights

Thomas Cook Airlines launches direct Boston flights

Thomas Cook Airlines’ inaugural flight to Boston took off earlier, marking its latest milestone as the biggest long haul carrier from Manchester. The Boston Weekender programme, which runs twice a week throughout June to the middle of September, will take culture vultures and explorers to one of the US’s most historic cities, with a flight schedule that makes long weekends available like never before.