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Rescuers battle adverse conditions in search for South Korea ferry survivors

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Rescuers are battling against bad weather, murky water and strong currents as they continue to search for survivors following the South Korea ferry disaster. As many as 300 people are still missing following the incident yesterday, with 179 so far pulled to safety. → Read More

Reunion Island Tourism continues to work key European markets

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Vanilla Island member Reunion Island continues a market offensive in key European markets with the aim to capture a greater share of travelers coming to the French Indian Ocean island, which is located between Madagascar and Mauritius. → Read More

Hundreds missing as South Korean ferry sinks

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As many as 300 people are missing following a ferry disaster off the coast of South Korea. The vessel, named Sewol, was carrying 459 people, mainly school students, when it capsized on route from the port of Incheon, in the north-west, to the southern resort island of Jeju. → Read More

Spotlight on Sharjah Islamic Culture Capital 2014 celebrations

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Sharjah is looking forward to expanding its presence in the Saudi tourism market as it heads to the sixth edition of the Riyadh Travel Fair, taking place at Hotel Four Seasons in the Saudi capital from April 15-18. Around 3,500 exhibitors, delegates and trade visitors from across the region and around the world, representing governments and leaders of the tourism and hospitality industry are taking part in the Riyadh Travel Fair this year. → Read More

Sharjah, China vow to boost tourism exchange, economic eooperation

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Sharjah made a strong and successful debut at the COTTM Beijing (Chinese Outbound Travel and Tourism Marketing) exhibition held in the Chinese capital from April 9 to 11, 2014, with the Emirate reaching out to the massive Chinese tourism market and leaders of the industry in the region. → Read More

Six Flags theme park to open in Dubai

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Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, the world's largest regional theme park company, and Meraas Leisure and Entertainment LLC, announced today a new strategic partnership to bring a Six Flags-branded theme park to Dubai. The project is planned to open in late 2017 and will be located within the multi-themed park project in Jebel Ali launched by Meraas. → Read More

Sichuan Tourism promote strong international marketing

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Boao Night for Sichuan, jointly hosted by Sichuan Tourism Administration and Boao Forum for Asia (named as BFA in followings) secretariat, is expected to become a new high spot in BFA this year. Reflecting Sichuan Tourism Administration's new approach to promote its unique tourism resources to a higher level, this event will exhibit a series of tourism related activities to the audience. → Read More

Skyscanner reveals the future of travel

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Skyscanner predicts that planning and booking a holiday will be as easy and speedy as buying a book from Amazon within the next ten years. The Future of Travel 2024 report launched today by the global travel site reveals what’s in store for holiday makers in the 2020s. → Read More

National Geographic Travel and Brand USA team up

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The National Geographic Travel group and Brand USA, the nation's destination marketing organisation, announced a digital campaign developed to showcase iconic road trips across America to the international travelers. → Read More

LEGOLAND Windsor adding smartphone-based queuing

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accesso Technology Group plc, the premier technology solutions provider to the global attractions and leisure industry, has signed an agreement to install its patented smartphone-based queuing solution – Qsmart - at the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort. → Read More

Emirates to bring A380 to Vienna for first time

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Emirates, a global connector of people and places, will operate a one-off A380 service to Vienna next month, celebrating ten years of commitment to Austria. The Emirates’ double decker, which carries over 500 passengers, will make history when it becomes the first ever scheduled A380 service to Vienna International Airport. → Read More

Time more important than money for travellers

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The majority of vacation travellers report that saving time is more important than saving money, according to a joint survey conducted by The GO Group, LLC, an international ground transportation provider and GO Airport Express, a GO Group member company based in Chicago. → Read More

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