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Aida Cruises extends cancellations to September

Aida Cruises extends cancellations to September

3 July 2020 Cruise News

Aida Cruises has announced it will extend its pause of operations until August 31st. The Carnival Corporation-owned line confirmed last month it would cancel all North American sailings in 2020, with a number of European departures now axed.

Carnival orders third LNG-powered ship for AIDA

Carnival orders third LNG-powered ship for AIDA

28 February 2018 Cruise News

Carnival Corporation has signed a shipbuilding contract for a third next-generation cruise ship for its rapidly growing AIDA Cruises brand. Featuring Carnival Corporation’s exclusive “green cruising” design, the ship will also be fully powered at sea and in port by liquefied natural gas.

Breaking Travel News investigates: Carnival prepares to debut quartet of new ships in 2018

Breaking Travel News investigates: Carnival prepares to debut quartet of new ships in 2018

8 January 2018 Focus

Carnival Corporation has revealed it will launch four new cruise ships in 2018 across four of its ten brands. Carnival Cruise Line, America’s most trusted and popular line; Holland America Line, one of cruising’s most popular premium lines with a 145-year history; Seabourn, the leader in small-ship, ultra-luxury cruising; and AIDA Cruises, the leading cruise brand in Germany, will all receive new ships.

AIDAprima becomes flagship of AIDA Cruises fleet

AIDAprima becomes flagship of AIDA Cruises fleet

15 March 2016 Cruise News

AIDA Cruises has taken delivery of its first new-build vessel. The ship is a new ship generation from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and was delivered in Nagasaki during a formal ceremony. In the presence of Michael Thamm, chief executive of the Costa Group, and Felix Eichhorn, president AIDA Cruises, AIDAprima was handed over to the cruise line by Shunichi Miyanaga, president Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and Yoichi Kujirai, president, commercial aviation and transportation systems, MHI.