The plans submitted to Belfast City Council propose the development of a state-of-the-art aquarium attraction to be located on the Queen’s Road opposite the Titanic Hotel, a short distance from Titanic Belfast.
As the organisation unveils a new brand at World Travel Market in London, Breaking Travel News catches up with John McGrillen, chief executive of Tourism Northern Ireland.
Hastings Hotels has announced that the Grand Central Hotel will open on June 18th and the first guests to check-in will be a group of international delegates attending the prestigious Hosts Global Forum.
The directors of Hastings Hotels have announced that Stephen Meldrum has been appointed general manager of the new Grand Central Hotel, Belfast.
Virgin Atlantic has commenced its biggest ever season from Belfast International Airport, which is expected to see 20,000 holiday-makers take advantage of the extra flights.
George Best Belfast City Airport has announced a £15 million infrastructure investment that will include a major upgrade of its departure lounge, incorporating its retail, food and beverage offering.
NATS has signed a nine-year contract with Belfast International Airport for the provision of air traffic control and engineering services. NATS and Belfast International have worked together for many years but this contract signals the start of a strategic partnership, which will ensure the continued future success of air traffic control and engineering services at the airport.
Ryanair has launched a new route from Belfast to Malta, with a twice weekly service beginning in October, as part of its winter 2017 schedule.
Titanic Belfast has been crowned World’s Leading Tourist Attraction at the prestigious World Travel Awards in the Maldives. Having already beaten the Colosseum, the Acropolis and the Eiffel Tower to become Europe’s official Leading Tourist Attraction, Titanic Belfast sailed its way to victory to become the World’s Leading Tourist Attraction, bringing the award back to UK after ten years.