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Jazeera Airways begins financial recovery in Kuwait
In a period which continued to be affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and restrictions on travel, the carrier reported a net profit of US$23 million for the year.
Beck to launch NFT collection at Waldorf Astoria Palm Jumeirah
Heinz Beck will this week host an exclusive dine, wine and art experience at his restaurant Social by Heinz Beck at the Waldorf Astoria Palm Jumeirah to launch his first-ever NFT collection.
One&Only the Palm welcomes fresh menu of spa treatments
A haven for Arabian rituals and French beauty, Guerlain Spa at One&Only the Palm has introduced three unique treatments to its extensive selection of luxury spa experiences.
Palm Jumeirah leads winners at World Travel Awards
Palm Jumeirah, the architectural wonder and flagship master development from Nakheel, has been named World’s Leading Tourism Development Project at the World Travel Awards.
Sofitel Dubai the Palm overhauls culinary team
Sofitel Dubai the Palm has named a host of new members for its culinary team. Appointments include new chef de cuisines for Moana, Laguna and Hong Loong.
Atlantis Aquaventure honoured by World Travel Awards
Thrill-seekers the world over have been unanimous in their praise – two brand-new towers at Atlantis Aquaventure have elevated the location to the best-in-the-business.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Raffles the Palm Dubai
Raffles the Palm Dubai is offering some extravagant surprises for couples this Valentine’s Day. From sumptuous feasts to laid-back jazz concerts, the hotel has you covered.
Spain loosens rules for younger UK travellers
From Monday, UK travellers aged between 12 and 17 can present a negative Covid-19 PCR test, taken within 72 hours of arrival to Spain, as an alternative to having been fully vaccinated.
MAG preparing for bumper half term traveller numbers
Manchester Airport is expecting February half-term to be one of its busiest periods since the pandemic began, as passengers respond to the removal of testing requirements.
ABTA celebrates as testing restrictions loosen
ABTA says hundreds of thousands of people will be heading abroad this half term for winter sun and ski trips, as families look to make the most of the relaxation of travel rules.
Gatwick to reopen south terminal next month
Gatwick Airport has announced it will reopen its south terminal in March - after nearly two years being dormant – to help meet the expected strong demand this summer.
Jet2holidays sees surge in bookings as travel reopens
With a major loosening of travel restrictions for fully vaccinated customers arriving into the UK, Jet2holidays has reported continued demand for flights as travel starts to “return to normal”.