The elite of the travel industry assembled for the World Travel Awards Latin America Ceremony in the administrative capital, La Paz, to find out who among them would be crowned best-of-the-best.
The Red Arrows will join forces with a specially decorated British Airways 747 at the Royal International Air Tattoo on Saturday, July 20th. The special Boeing 747 has been painted in the airline’s predecessor British Overseas Airways Corporation livery to mark British Airways’ centenary this year.
Bolivia is making final preparations as it steps up to host the World Travel Awards Latin America Ceremony on Saturday. The leading travel industry figureheads from across South and Central America are attending what will mark the inaugural ceremony in the fascinating country.
An independent assessment by the international tourism advisory expert, Martin Jansen van Vuuren, has quantified the significant economic benefits to host countries of the influential Africa Hotel Investment Forum.
Dubai will be hosting the first Accessible Tourism International Summit from November 5th-6th at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre. The event will be held under the patronage of sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, president of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority.
Reem Al Hashimy, United Arab Emirates minister of state for international cooperation and director general of the Expo 2020 Bureau, has welcomed the United Kingdom’s international trade secretary, Liam Fox, to Dubai as the UK becomes the latest country to break ground on its pavilion.
Urban beaches and beautiful beer gardens, inner city surfing, hot sultry evenings in the coolest bars, street parties that last until dawn – welcome to summer in German cities.
Bench Events has acquired south-east Europe’s leading hotel investment conference, Adria Hotel Forum. The move comes as the company expands its global presence as a trusted organiser of hospitality investment forums and business events.
An independent analysis of the economic impact created by AviaDev Africa indicates that it generated R3.3 million (£190,000) of direct expenditure, with R525,000 flowing in tax income to the South African government.
JetBlue Airways will add the A321XLR to its fleet of Airbus aircraft and increase its existing order for Airbus A220s. JetBlue has contracted to convert 13 existing A321neo orders into firm orders for the new A321XLR, which Airbus revealed this week at the Paris Air Show.
Flynas has signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus for ten A321XLR aircraft. The new plane, which was launched at the Paris Air Show this week, is the longest-range variant of the A320.
Continuing a strong week for Airbus, American Airlines has confirmed it will acquire 50 A321XLR aircraft, the new longer-range version of the A321neo. The deal was announced during the Paris Air Show in France.