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Tunisia launches first ever European ad campaign

Tunisia launches first ever European ad campaign

This month sees the launch of the first European advertising campaign from the Tunisian National Tourist Office. Designed to encourage visitors from across Europe to rediscover the destination, which is just a two to three hour flight from most UK airports, the campaign highlights the depth of Tunisia’s tourism offering and is scheduled to run across a range of broadcast, outdoor, print and online outlets until the autumn.

Travelport extends its reach to Tunisia

Travelport extends its reach to Tunisia

16 March 2013 Travel Technology News

Travelport is extending its footprint in Africa with a new distributor operation in Tunisia. The news follows the appointment of SIR Tunisie SARL as Travelport’s new partner in Tunisia and means that Galileo products and services will become available in the country with immediate effect.

Tunisia visitors continue to climb

Tunisia visitors continue to climb

22 August 2012 Tourism News

UK visitors to Tunisia more than doubled last month, with a 50.7 per cent increase on July 2011. The resilient country saw a 7.2 per cent increase on the country’s record-breaking visitors figures of July 2010.

Hotel performance in MENA region split down the Middle

Hotel performance in MENA region split down the Middle

Key hotel performance indicators for the Middle East and North Africa region are split down the middle, but post very good signs of improvement, according to the latest analysis from MKG Hospitality. Turkey - which will celebrate the arrival of the World Travel Awards later this week - has emerged as a star performer in the region, while Bahrain, Tunisia and Morocco have all seen figures hit by political instability in the region.

Stuck in the Sand: Tunisian tourism seeks way forward

Stuck in the Sand: Tunisian tourism seeks way forward

2 August 2011 Focus

When Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali fled Tunisia in January his departure was greeted with scenes of jubilation across the country. Power, it appeared, was flowing back into the hands of the people. Now, six months later, these first assumptions, while still valid, have been tempered with a hint of cold reality. Breaking Travel News here assesses the situation on the ground as Tunisia seeks out its future.