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With summer approaching and plans for the Platinum Jubilee being finalised, the tourism trade in Aberdeenshire is poised to seize its moment. Here Breaking Travel News chats with VisitAberdeenshire chief executive, Chris Foy, to find out more
Air Canada has announced it will resume a non-stop seasonal service between Edinburgh and Toronto. The carrier will offer the route six times a week from June 1st.
Virgin Hotels has set reservations live for its first European hotel, Virgin Hotels Edinburgh. The property is situated in the landmark India Buildings in the Old Town.
United will resume daily services between Scotland and the United States next year. Starting March 5th, the airline will resume daily non-stop service between Edinburgh and New York.
The Scottish Passenger Agents’ Association celebrated 100 years since its founding with the message that the “fear factor” around international travel must stop.
A survey of its members by the Scottish Passenger Agents’ Association has revealed that the majority of travel agencies have been operating at ten per cent or less of their pre-pandemic revenue.
Until the end of October, flights between Dubai and Glasgow will operate four times a week on Emirates’ Boeing 777-200LR, in a two-class configuration.
Mactaggart Family & Partners has exchanged contracts to purchase the latest location for Resident Hotels. The property, the Resident Edinburgh, is due to open in 2024 after a full repositioning of the building.
The travel industry has welcomed news from Nicola Sturgeon that Scots who have been double-jabbed against Covid-19 will not have to self-isolate if they are coming back from an amber list country.
Scotland first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, yesterday said progress in tackling coronavirus in the UK must not be put in jeopardy with “too lax a position on international travel”.