Download: BTN newspaper from ITB in Berlin

The Breaking News team are in Berlin for the International Travel Bourse (ITB). We are the only company to produce an English language daily newspaper. Download them now.

You can download each of the five magazines for the consecutive days that ITB was active.

It is free of charge below, please click on the links below.

First Edition, 7th March 2007—First Half: Sun International grows beyond South Africa with a new resort in Egypt. One-on-one with the UNWTO Secretary General, Francesco Frangielli. An in-depth look at Etihad’s growth plans for the year ahead.

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First Edition, 7th March 2007—Second Half: South Africa spearheads tourism with FIFA World Cup Football in 2010. Marketplace in Aruba pushes One Caribbean. New mantra for Sandals & Beaches: Rennovate and innovate. Calendar 2007 events. Swissotel Bangkok’s CEO.

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p> Second Edition, 8th March 2007—First Half: Rotana at the forefront of Middle East growth. Jammin in Jamaica, BTN talks to the Caribbean island’s forward looking Tourism Minister. Jumeirah excels at staying different,. An in-depth look at ITB.

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Second Edition, 8th March 2007—Second Half: Caribbean Airlines arises from BWIA, a chat with CEO, Peter Davies. Roving around South Africa with private train Rovos Rail. Caribbean islands and St Lucia look forward to Cricket World Cup.

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Third Edition, 9th March 2007—First Half: Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi targets European travellers. Trident Gaugon hotel is the envy of Delhi. Air Berlin spreads wings across Europe: Low-budget yet full service. One-on-one with Jean-Claude Baumgarten, head of WTTC.

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Third Edition, 9th March 2007—Second Half: The future of GDS. OneWorld grows biz travel network. Delta to emerge from bankruptcty ashes.

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