Pulkovo Airport (Saint Petersburg, Russia) has become a prizewinner of the prestigious 2014 Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards by Airports Council International (ACI). The Awards are granted annually based on …

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Corinthia Hotel Budapest, originally the Grand Hotel Royal, launches a new package to celebrate the Oscar success of “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and cinematic past and present of Hungary’s capital. …

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Emirates will restart passenger flights to Baghdad from March 1, 2015. The airline suspended operations to the capital on January 26. Emirates will again operate with six weekly flights to …

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The Kenya Tourism Federation has contracted Strathmore University’s Centre for Tourism and Hospitality to conduct a regional survey on the level of awareness and usage of the Single Tourist Visa. …

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  A regular source from the Seychelles’ capital Victoria has confirmed that ‘The World’, a unique cruiseliner, will be on port call from 26th to 28th of February inclusive. After …

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  While the number of officially acknowledged typhoid cases has now risen to over 500 across some parts of Kampala were health authorities and tourism stakeholders swift to point out …

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Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture, spent time with his two colleagues from the Kingdom of Swaziland, the Minister of Tourism, the Hon. Minister Jabulani Clement …

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US travel in December up 17 percent. Annual 2014/2013 Comparisons U.S. travel to overseas markets totaled 30.8 million, up six percent for the year. Regional results were: • Europe, 11.9 …

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MANILA, Philippines –Philippines airline, Cebu Pacific, has made a deal to sell six of its Airbus A319 aircraft to low-cost carrier Allegiant Air. According to CEB’s President and CEO, Lance …

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A 20-percent drop in the loonie’s value in the past two years has already helped domestic restaurants, hotels and retailers by keeping more of us locals confined within the country. …

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