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Dozens killed in Sri Lanka Easter Sunday bombings

Dozens killed in Sri Lanka Easter Sunday bombings

More than 220 people are believed to have died in a series of bomb attacks across Sri Lanka. Three hotels – the Shangri-La, Cinnamon Grand and the Kingsbury – were all targeted, with nine foreign tourists reportedly among the dead.

Ain Dubai to open in celebration of Expo 2020

Ain Dubai to open in celebration of Expo 2020

The tallest observation wheel in the world will be completed ahead of Expo 2020 officials in Dubai have confirmed. Guests on the Ain Dubai will be able to take in panoramic views over the Palm Jumeirah and the winder United Arab Emirates form a height of 250 metres.

Millions of Brits prepare for Easter getaway

Millions of Brits prepare for Easter getaway

Some 7.4 million Brits are definitely planning an overnight holiday trip in the UK this Easter weekend, bringing an estimated £1.8 billion boost to the economy. Tourism is worth £127 billion annually to the UK economy, creating jobs and boosting economic growth across its nations and region.

Emirates launches daily A380 service to Glasgow, Scotland

Emirates launches daily A380 service to Glasgow, Scotland

Emirates has landed its first A380 in Glasgow, launching the first regular service of the aircraft to Scotland. A crowd of local fans gathered to witness the arrival of inaugural flight EK025 as it touched down on Glaswegian soil at 19:34 last night.

ATM 2019: Germany to showcase tourism offering in Dubai

ATM 2019: Germany to showcase tourism offering in Dubai

The German National Tourist Board has announced it will be showcasing a range of key destinations at Arabian Travel Market in Dubai. The GCC is Germany’s third-largest non-European source market behind China and the United States.