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New Orleans tops Which? long-haul poll

New Orleans tops Which? long-haul poll

Britons have rated the Louisiana city of New Orleans as the highest-scoring long-haul city in the world to visit, beating popular destinations such as Las Vegas, Dubai and Tokyo, according to a new Which? survey.

Jordan keen to capitalise on Hollywood role

Jordan keen to capitalise on Hollywood role

With 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' hitting the silver screen and with scenes shot in Jordan’s other-worldly backdrop of Wadi Rum, the country has long drawn filmmakers and producers its dramatic landscapes and landmarks.

Kylie Minogue woos Brits to sunny Australia

Kylie Minogue woos Brits to sunny Australia

Australian pop icon Kylie Minogue has delivered a special musical festive message to the UK as part of Tourism Australia's latest campaign aimed at enticing more Brits down under.

Azerbaijan joins Pacific Asia Travel Association

Azerbaijan joins Pacific Asia Travel Association

The Pacific Asia Travel Association has welcomed the state tourism agency of the Azerbaijan as its newest government member. The agency is the executive authority carrying out and regulating the state policy in the field of tourism.

Brits preparing for record Christmas getaway

Brits preparing for record Christmas getaway

The Christmas Trip Tracker survey from VisitEngland has revealed that 14.5 million Brits are definitely planning an overnight trip in the UK during Christmas and New Year, bringing an estimated £2.9 billion boost to the economy.

First Choice drops exclusive all-inclusive offering

First Choice drops exclusive all-inclusive offering

First Choice has ditched its commitment to exclusively providing all-inclusive holidays, unveiling plans to offer customers more package breaks. The changes will be revealed in a new multi-million-pound ad campaign.

Flight Centre reshuffles global leadership

Flight Centre reshuffles global leadership

Flight Centre Travel Group has expanded its global leadership team to increase its focus on corporate and leisure travel growth. Chris Galanty has been promoted to the newly created role of global chief executive, responsible for Flight Centre’s corporate divisions.