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DFDS wins global title at World Travel Awards

DFDS wins global title at World Travel Awards

DFDS operates one of the largest networks of passenger and freight ferry routes in and around Europe. Its UK ferry services run from Dover to Calais and Dunkirk, from Newhaven to Dieppe and from Newcastle to Amsterdam.

Jamaica Tourist Board hosts New York diaspora event

Jamaica Tourist Board hosts New York diaspora event

The Jamaica Tourist Board has hosted a diaspora networking reception targeting business and community leaders. Partnering with Campari, owners of Appleton Jamaica Rum, the even also worked with second and third generation Jamaicans.

Expo 2020 Dubai signs Informa partnership

Expo 2020 Dubai signs Informa partnership

Plans for Expo 2020 Dubai have been further strengthened through a wide-ranging agreement with Informa. The deal will bring some of the region’s major business and entertainment events to Dubai Exhibition Centre, co-located at the expo.

Bench Events to launch IDEEA series next year

Bench Events to launch IDEEA series next year

Global hospitality organiser, Bench Events, has launched IDEEA - a series of conferences that will explore and facilitate hotel investment in central and eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

ATM 2020: Indian travellers spur GCC tourism growth

ATM 2020: Indian travellers spur GCC tourism growth

Colliers International has released research predicting more than a fifth of India’s total outbound market will travel to the GCC by 2024 – with business, place of work and leisure underpinning this demand.

Dubai Air Show 2019: Emirates signs $8.8bn Dreamliner order

Dubai Air Show 2019: Emirates signs $8.8bn Dreamliner order

Boeing and Emirates have finalised a purchase agreement for 30 787-9 Dreamliner planes, valued at $8.8 billion according to list prices. It is the second large order at the Dubai Air Show for Emirates, with the airline earlier this week concluding a deal for 50 Airbus A350-900 planes.