Northern Ireland News

Grand Central Hotel to open in June

Grand Central Hotel to open in June

25 May 2018 Hotel News

Hastings Hotels has announced that the Grand Central Hotel will open on June 18th and the first guests to check-in will be a group of international delegates attending the prestigious Hosts Global Forum.

NATS signs air traffic control deal with Belfast International

NATS signs air traffic control deal with Belfast International

NATS has signed a nine-year contract with Belfast International Airport for the provision of air traffic control and engineering services. NATS and Belfast International have worked together for many years but this contract signals the start of a strategic partnership, which will ensure the continued future success of air traffic control and engineering services at the airport.

Titanic Belfast crowned World’s Leading Tourist Attraction by World Travel Awards

Titanic Belfast crowned World’s Leading Tourist Attraction by World Travel Awards

Titanic Belfast has been crowned World’s Leading Tourist Attraction at the prestigious World Travel Awards in the Maldives. Having already beaten the Colosseum, the Acropolis and the Eiffel Tower to become Europe’s official Leading Tourist Attraction, Titanic Belfast sailed its way to victory to become the World’s Leading Tourist Attraction, bringing the award back to UK after ten years.

World Travel Market 2016: Ballygally Castle welcomes Game of Thrones fans to Northern Ireland

World Travel Market 2016: Ballygally Castle welcomes Game of Thrones fans to Northern Ireland

Fans of the hit TV series Game of Thrones can follow in the footsteps of the show’s characters and actors at Ballygally Castle, Northern Ireland. Part of the Hastings Hotels group, the hotel features a Game of Thrones Afternoon Tea, Valyrian Steel Style Carving Knives, and a special door which was part of Tourism Ireland’s recent Game of Thrones campaign.

Belfast International Airport hit by delays

Belfast International Airport hit by delays

4 October 2016 Airline News

Passengers are experiencing delays at Belfast International Airport after a freight plane got stuck on the runway. Officials closed the runway for a short time before reopening it at for arrivals at 09:00 BST. However, knock-on delays are expected.