Finnair is doubling its flights to Tokyo with new services to the city’s Haneda Airport now available. The extra daily flights to Tokyo’s second major international airport, are in addition to the Finnish carrier’s existing daily service to Tokyo Narita Airport.
Radisson Hotel Group has signed the first Radisson-branded hotel in Germany. Located in the 800-year-old heart of the Hanseatic university city, directly in the seaport of Rostock, the property is set to open in late 2020.
A sister to the Hotel Gotham, Brooklyn will feature 189 bedrooms, a stylish top floor bar, versatile conferencing space known as Brooklyn Heights, as well as Runyon’s, a ground floor restaurant.
One of the most recognisable board games in the world is about to set foot in the United Arab Emirates, with Monopoly set to launch in Dubai next month. A bustling metropolis full of world-firsts, opulent hotels, and entertainment hotspots, Dubai is in no shortage of must-sees.
Kempinski Hotels has announced a new luxury project in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. A signing ceremony with partner, Umm Al Qura for Development & Construction Company, took place at Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai.
The national flag carrier of Bangladesh has announced its return to Manchester Airport, with a new service to Sylhet and Dhaka set to start in the new year. Biman Bangladesh Airlines will fly three times a week from the airport to the Bangladeshi capital and Sylhet.
The latest independent research figures from Scarborough Tourism Economic Activity Monitor (Steam) for 2018 show, compared to the previous year, the total number of visitors grew by almost 200,000.
As a part of this round, RA Hospitality Holdings will infuse approximately $700 million as primary capital in the company, with the balance $800 million being supplemented by other existing investors.
Campbell Gray Hotels has made two key appointments as it focuses on continued development and expansion, especially in Europe and the Middle East. The group's portfolio includes the newly-opened Alex on Lake Zurich; Le Gray, Beirut, the Machrie Hotel & Golf Links in Scotland and the Merchant House in Bahrain.
The Civil Aviation Authority will complete Operation Matterhorn today following the collapse of Thomas Cook. Since the liquidation of the company on September 23rd, the CAA has repatriated 140,000 passengers in what it brands the largest ever peacetime operation of its kind.