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KLM flies into George Best airport in Belfast

KLM flies into George Best airport in Belfast

6 January 2015 Airline News

One of Europe’s largest airline groups, Air France KLM, is to commence operations from Northern Ireland. George Best Belfast City Airport is the only airport in the UK or Ireland included in expansion plans announced today by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines who will commence a daily service to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport from May 2015.

Ireland to scrap air travel tax

Ireland to scrap air travel tax

16 October 2013 Airline News

Officials in the Republic of Ireland have confirmed they will scrap air travel tax from April next year. The move has been welcomed by business leaders who hope it will boost tourism in the country.

Tourism Ireland launches new website for Middle East travellers

Tourism Ireland launches new website for Middle East travellers

15 August 2013 Tourism News

Tourism Ireland has launched a new and improved website for its GCC audience with an exclusive competition for one lucky winner to experience a ‘road-trip-of-a-lifetime’ along Northern Ireland’s most famous coastal route. Enhancing Tourism Ireland’s online presence in the region, the new website has been developed in response to growing interest in travel to the island of Ireland from the Middle East market. 

World class golf at Adare Manor in Ireland

World class golf at Adare Manor in Ireland

11 March 2013 Focus

Recognised as the World’s Leading Boutique Golf Resort by the World Travel Awards, Adare Manor has carved a niche as one of the finest properties in Ireland. Breaking Travel News tees off for a round on the championship course.

Minister Foster meets Tourism Ireland Board in Belfast

Minister Foster meets Tourism Ireland Board in Belfast

18 October 2011 Press Release Tourism News

Tourism Minister Arlene Foster MLA met with the board members of Tourism Ireland in Belfast last week, ahead of the organisation’s October board meeting.  Tourism Ireland’s remit is to promote Northern Ireland across the world, this year focusing primarily on the four main tourism markets of Great Britain, North America, France and Germany.