Following five years of development and €105 million of investment, Wow is a collection of six immersive museum experiences, nine restaurants, bars, and cafes, event spaces, temporary exhibition space, retail outlets and a wine school.
Eurostar is offering travellers more flexibility on bookings, with all fares now available to exchange with no fee, up to 14 days before departure.
Airbus has announced plans to downsize its global workforce with the loss of 15,000 jobs. The move follows the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent sharp fall in demand for new commercial aircraft.
Dubai has unveiled plans to reopen its borders to tourists from July 7th. The city hopes to welcome travellers from around the world while guaranteeing their safety under the guidance of the World Health Organisation.
The Unite union said nearly 1,300 crew members faced losing their jobs in the UK, while Balpa said as many as 700 UK-based pilots could also be made redundant by the decision.
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has been selected by RLH Properties to manage Hotel Villa Magna in Madrid, Spain. The company will take over leadership of the property following an enhancement to be undertaken by RLH.
Celestyal Cruises has announced the suspension of sailings until the 2021 season starts in March. Celestyal was one of the first cruise lines to pause operations in mid-March out of concern for our guests, crew and local communities.
Ryanair will return to flying from today, offering over 1,000 daily flights across Europe. The decision marks the end of a 14-week shutdown of operations in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Aeromexico has become the third Latin American carrier to file for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States. The flag-carrier said it would use the respite to financially restructure, while continuing to serve passengers.
Located on Palm Jumeirah, W Dubai – the Palm has been an immensely popular summer destination since it first opened – boasting a range of food and beverage venues and outdoor activities.
Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority has been certified as a safe destination by Bureau Veritas, a global leader in testing, inspection and certification services.
Antiguan prime minister, Gaston Browne, has wanted LIAT will be liquidated following years of financial losses. The regional airline is expected to be replaced by a new, “leaner” carrier.