Tourism Ireland, in collaboration with Tourism Northern Ireland, has launched a new destination brand. The brand will be used to promote Northern Ireland in Great Britain with the aim of helping transform how prospective visitors see the destination.
The sun-drenched and events-filled Caribbean destination of Saint Lucia continues to grab headlines, as its diverse tourism offerings keep resonating with audiences far and wide.
Croatia has big news to share at World Travel Market as the country seeks to highlight the trailblazing cities of Rijeka and Zagreb, as well as raising the destination’s profile further in the UK.
Sticking with its commitment of offering more flexibility and choice for its customers, TUI will reintroduce holidays to the Egyptian resort town from popular airports Gatwick London, Birmingham and Manchester.
Britons have rated the Polish city of Krakow the best in Europe for a short break, beating more well-known destinations such as Amsterdam, Rome and Paris for the third consecutive year, a Which? Survey reveals.
The Chinese province has closed as many as 32 glass attractions over safety fears. The tourism sites, including bridges, walkways and viewing decks, are currently undergoing safety inspections.
The Red Sea Development Company has awarded the design contract for the destination’s international airport, set to serve the one million annual tourists by 2030. After competitive tendering, the contract was awarded to Fosters + Partners.
The Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia has welcomed a series of global heads of state and senior policy makers to the third annual Future Investment Initiative.
Officials in Chile have released a statement attempting to allay fears the tourism sector in the country has been hit by recent unrest. Protests over a hike in metro fares spun out of control earlier this month, prompting president Sebastian Pinerato to pledge sweeping social and economic reforms.
The campaign aims to promote Nicaragua’s widespread tourism offering and create engagement with the travel trade, as well as growing visitor numbers following a period of uncertainty for the country.
Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for Jamaica, who led a delegation to Tourism Expo Japan, spoke to the improvements in the tourism product which would appeal to the market.
American Airlines has unveiled plans to launch the only non-stop service from Los Angeles International Airport to Christchurch, New Zealand, next October.