Boeing delivered a total of 59 commercial planes in the fourth quarter capping a disappointing year for the American plane manufacturer. In total, the company delivered 157 commercial jets in 2020.
The Ascott added a record of over 14,200 units across 71 properties globally in 2020. Despite Covid-19, the figure exceeds the number of units secured in 2019.
The leisure operator said the decision to cancel all flights until March 25th was the result of uncertainty surrounding travel restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Cheval Collection has announced an expansion in London. From the spring, the company will offer a stylish additional property consisting of 30 apartments at Cheval Lexham Gardens.
Jacqueline Volkart has been appointed dual general manager at the newly re-imagined, 376-room Ritz-Carlton, South Beach and the 95-room Ritz-Carlton, Bal Harbour.
To celebrate the launch of a new Travelmarvel ship from APT this year, Aled Jones will be joining the maiden voyage and offering guests two days of exclusive events.
Sheldon Adelson had recently resumed cancer treatment and was taking a leave of absence from his roles as chairman and chief executive officer of both Las Vegas Sands and Sands China.
New holidays include a 12-night tour following the path of the Great Migration through Tanzania and Kenya and an 11-night tour, tracking gorillas through the jungles of Uganda.
In December, passenger numbers plummeted 83 per cent when compared to 2019, as fears about the new strain of Covid-19 meant countries shut their borders to the UK.
Carnival Corporation has reported a net loss of $2.2 billion for the fourth quarter of financial 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to prevent a return to operation.
Under Britain’s new agreement with the EU, UK residents’ rights to emergency and medically necessary healthcare will continue when travelling in the region.
Stacey Liburd has been appointed to the position of director of tourism at the Anguilla Tourist Board. The move was confirmed by minister of tourism, Haydn Hughes, earlier.