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Garmin® secures title sponsorship for Kansas City Air Show

Garmin® secures title sponsorship for Kansas City Air Show

Garmin® International, Inc. has announced it has entered into a multi-year title sponsorship with the Kansas City (KC) Air Show. Beginning in 2022, the region’s premier air show experience will be rebranded as the Garmin Kansas City Air Show with full integration of the Garmin brand and on-site representation through 2024.

Jamaica set to host World FZO AICE Conference 2022

Jamaica set to host World FZO AICE Conference 2022

Jamaica’s Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett and Director of Tourism, Donovan White, have met with World Free Zones Organization, Chairman, Dr. Mohammed Al Zarooni, in Dubai ahead of World Free Zones Organization Annual International Conference and Exhibition, which is taking place at Montego Bay Convention Centre, Jamaica 13-17 June 2022.

FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour kicks off global journey in Dubai

FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour kicks off global journey in Dubai

The FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour kicked off with a first-stop event in Dubai, where former FIFA World Cup winners Iker Casillas and Kaká came together to send the original FIFA World Cup Trophy on its journey around the world ahead of the tournament later this year.

Unity across the continent will unlock Africa's tourism potential

Unity across the continent will unlock Africa's tourism potential

The African travel and tourism industry has the potential to attract considerable investment if the continent works together as one destination, develops a more sustainable approach and enhances air connectivity, tourism ministers from across Africa have agreed.

Emirates concludes busy ATM with Premium Economy focus and new partnerships

Emirates concludes busy ATM with Premium Economy focus and new partnerships

Emirates has successfully concluded the 2022 edition of ATM, welcoming more than 15,000 visitors to its stand. With an air of optimism, the airline also wrapped up a packed schedule of nearly 200 meetings with industry and trade partners, networking, press briefings, as well as numerous new tie-ups with airlines, tourism boards, free zones and technology partners.