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Tourism Exchange Great Britain from VisitEngland goes live

Tourism Exchange Great Britain from VisitEngland goes live

Tourism Exchange Great Britain is a one-stop shop for English tourism suppliers including accommodation providers, visitor attractions and experiences, to link to distributors with international reach and sell their products overseas.

Balearic Island urges visitors to save water with new campaign

Balearic Island urges visitors to save water with new campaign

The government of the Balearic Island has launched a campaign which aims to highlight the importance of saving water in the archipelago. Focused on the islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, the move will encourage visitors and residents to think twice about their water consumption.

Nicholson-Doty appointed chief executive of Saint Lucia Tourism Authority

Nicholson-Doty appointed chief executive of Saint Lucia Tourism Authority

The board of directors at the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority have appointed Beverly Nicholson-Doty to the role of chief executive of the body. She has over three decades of industry leadership experience, including most recently serving as commissioner of tourism at the United States Virgin Islands department of tourism from 2007-2018.

Airlines urged to remove ‘no-show’ clauses from tickets

Airlines urged to remove ‘no-show’ clauses from tickets

Which? is urging the aviation regulator to ban rip-off “no-show” clauses – which airlines can use to cash in when a passenger misses the first leg of a return flight. The consumer champion has seen cases of passengers left stranded and hundreds of pounds out of pocket by carriers exploiting the little-known clauses.

British travellers flock to Jamaica in early 2019

British travellers flock to Jamaica in early 2019

Jamaica has welcomed more British travellers than ever before in early 2019, with visitor numbers increasing by six per cent from January-April when compared to the same period last year. The results follow a trend in steady growth of British travellers to Jamaica.

Tourism Toronto launches new Let Yourself In ad campaign

Tourism Toronto launches new Let Yourself In ad campaign

Tourism Toronto is launching a new destination marketing campaign, Let Yourself In. The move comes fresh on the heels of the Raptors capturing the NBA title and Toronto’s sense of welcome and diversity seizing the world’s attention.