MSC Cruises has introduced a new shipboard property management system to create a seamless link between its shoreside operations and fleet of ships.
The government has confirmed that arrivals from France to England will no longer need to quarantine if they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
The two based aircraft will see the number of routes operated from Newcastle by Ryanair increase from seven to 19, including some new destinations such as Milan and Riga.
Jet skis have been banned from Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Harbour on the authority of the Dubai Maritime City Authority. Fines of up to AED500 are now in place for users who disobey the new rules.
Releasing the annual World Air Transport Statistics publication, the organisation said 1.8 billion passengers flew in 2020, a decrease of 60 per cent compared to the 4.5 billion who flew in 2019.
As part of Carnival Cruise Line’s return to guest operations, Mardi Gras has docked in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The arrival marks the new ship’s first port of call on its maiden voyage.
Aer Lingus has entered into a franchise agreement with Emerald Airlines. The deal, which will commence in January 2023, will run for a period of ten years for the operation of Aer Lingus Regional flights.
Frontier Airlines has confirmed it will offer 15 new non-stop routes. The airline is expanding significantly in Miami with nine new routes, including its first-ever service to Aruba.
Marriott International has reported a net income of $422 million for the second quarter, as the hospitality sector continues to rebound from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The property is located on one of the most luxurious arteries in the city, Avenida da Liberdade, and is the only Relais & Châteaux property in the capital.
The European Commission has outlined new rules for the European Travel Information and Authorisation System. The system is set to debut by the end of next year.
Langham Hospitality Group has welcomed back Brett Butcher as chief executive of the company. He previously served in the same role for five years from 2009.