Archive for December 14th, 2012


British Airways Announces New Seating

British Airways (BA), a premier airline from the UK, is offering new seating arrangements for its new Boeing 787 and Airbus A380 aircraft. The new Boeing 787 Dreamliner can seat around 214 passengers, while the Airbus A380 aircraft, the biggest […]

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Thomas Cook Announces 2014 Cruises

Leading travel company, Thomas Cook, is urging travellers who are keen to go on cruises to book their 2014 cruises now to get maximum bargains. The company is reporting

Monarch Airlines

Monarch Airlines Announces Promotional Partnership with Leeds United FC

Monarch Airlines, a UK-based airline company, has announced a partnership programme with Leeds United Football Club, and has become the official sponsor for the North Stand at Elland


Too much tourism affecting Venice

Reports indicate that too much tourism, especially high-impact, low revenue cruise tourism, is affecting the quality of Venice as a unique, must-see destination. Recently, about two thirds of Venice

City Breaks: Brussels

Brussels is the political capital of Europe but behind the politics of the European Union’s centre is a vibrant city that welcomes millions of tourists every year. Holidays


Nassau Valley Vineyards receives tourism award

eggy Raley-Ward, owner of Lewes-based Nassau Valley Vineyards, has received Southern Delaware Tourism's 2012 Recognition Award. After winning the award, Nassau Valley Vineyards has become one among the distinguished


New Zealand drug rules come into effect on Saturday

New Zealand's new drug rules are to come into effect on Saturday. Especially meant for the adventure-tourism sector, the new rules are expected to prevent accidents that in recent