Emmanuel Marill, Airbnb Regional Director for EMEA, will present to members of the European Committee of the Regions including local Mayors, and meet with the European Parliament Cultural Heritage Intergroup this week to champion the benefits of heritage travel for tourism dispersal in Europe and share an update on Airbnb’s support for the EU’s short-term rental proposal.
easyJet, Europe’s leading airline, has launched its Pay Day Sale early this year offering 250,000 seats under £30, with some fares available from as little as £15.99*.
In 2022, 22.6 million passengers passed through Zurich Airport. Compared to last year, this corresponds to more than a doubling; in 2021, 10.2 million passengers were counted. Compared to 2019, passenger numbers are at 72%.
Iberia’s new Head of Communications, the journalist Sonia Sánchez Plaza, was Director of Communication, Brand and Sustainability at Paradores and, most recently, Director of the Cabinet of the Secretary of State of the Cabinet of the Presidency of the Government.
The Italian Capital of Culture 2023 will be an opportunity for the two major northern Italian cities at the centre of the project, Bergamo and Brescia, to present to the whole world a territory of surprising beauty, just waiting to be discovered
Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest growing and most environmentally sustainable airline globally*, announced this week further expansion from Vienna, allocating one more Airbus A321neo aircraft to its base in the Austria’s capital city.
Motto by Hilton marks a major milestone with its international debut in the Caribbean and Europe with the openings of Motto by Hilton Tulum and Motto by Hilton Rotterdam Blaak
The INNSiDE Noto and INNSiDE Cala Rossa make it 4 hotel projects for the company in Sicily Both hotels are expected to open in 2024 and will reinforce the Meliá Hotels International commitment to key Mediterranean destinations
Hyatt to Debut New Inclusive Collection Resort in Portugal With the Planned 2024 Opening of Dreams Madeira Resort Spa & Marina The new deal marks the Inclusive Collection’s entry into a fourth European country, representing the latest milestone in Hyatt’s intentional global brand expansion in the luxury all-inclusive segment
Madeira won, for the 8th consecutive time, the ‘World Travel Awards’ prize as ‘World’s Leading Island Destination’. The announcement was made late this Friday afternoon, in Muscat, Oman, at the WTA World Awards gala that took place at Al Bustan Palace – Hotel Ritz Carlton.
After the first day of the World Travel Market in London tourism professionals from Andalucía are feeling optimistic about the year to come, as British tourists appear to be very keen to travel again following the coronavirus pandemic.