Saturday, 17 February 2018

National Parks in the midst of growing tourist number plans to review


National ParksIf by any chance you’re a tramper, a hunter, a mountaineer, angler, a photographer or nature enthusiast in any way – Kiwi will listen up.


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FITUR 2018 highlights the importance of health tourism


health tourismThis year, FITUR, the international tourism fair in Madrid, Spain has broken its historic record with 251,000 visitors, which is 2.5% more than last year.


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Tourism cooperation ties boosted between Qatar and Turkey


Qatar and TurkeyQatari business leaders and the visiting members of a Turkish delegation headed by president of the Middle East Tourism and Travel Agencies Association (OTSAD) Hussain Arif held a meeting at Qatar Chamber headquarters.


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Rodrigo Duterte urges government officials to safeguard the main attractions of PHL


Rodrigo Duterte urges governmentPresident Duterte’s warning to shut down Boracay has been a “wake-up call” to all officials of the government in order to safeguard the tourist destinations of the country, Presidential Spokesman Harry L. Roque Jr. explained on Thursday.


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VisitScotland: Novel destination


unnamed (2)Bestselling crime writer Peter May says his readers have fallen in love with the Outer Hebrides and endlessly request for him to return to the archipelago – with many taking the trip themselves.


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Horror smash in Christchurch kills two British tourists


christchurch-cityTwo British tourists who were aged in their 60’s might have run through a red light at the junction of Blakes Road and Shands Road that are based in the region of Prebbleton.


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Boeing 737 MAX 9 Awarded FAA Certification


Boeing's new 737 MAX 9 has received FAA certification and is now being prepped for first delivery. Paul Weatherman photo. (PRNewsfoto/Boeing)
Boeing announced today that the 737 MAX 9 has received an amended type certificate from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), officially certifying the airplane for commercial service.


Linda Mills joins as VP of communications in Boeing


lindaBoeing  announced the appointment of Linda Mills as vice president of Communications for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, the company’s $58 billion business unit that designs and builds the world’s most advanced and efficient jetliners.


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Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita Unveils Innovative Teen Space


cq5dam.web.press.400.keepaspectratioFour Seasons Resort Punta Mita, a five-star luxury resort tucked into the lush landscape of the Riviera Nayarit, announces the opening of an imaginative and vibrant new teen centre, The Container.


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Titanic hotel in London reopens after £85m makeover


Titanic HotelThe former Hotel Russell that is based on London’s Bloomsbury has been renamed Principal London and is ready to reopen its doors on 16th April.


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Travel Agents Association of India will organise the travel trade show in Kashmir instead of China


kashmirThe Travel Agents Association of India has cancelled in China owing to the tension between India and China over the Doklam land issue and preferred to hold the convention in Kashmir to promote travel and tourism.


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Qantas and Emirates welcome Accc darft determination


qantasQantas and Emirates welcome the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) draft determination that proposes to grant authorisation for their partnership for another five years.


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United Airlines expands security checkpoint lanes


United AirlinesUnited Airlines has undertaken quite an aggressive approach to its automated security lanes at the Chicago O’ Hare International Airport.


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London City Airport back to business after successful detonation of Second World War bomb


LondonLondon City Airport returned to business as usual on Tuesday, welcoming over 13,000 passengers and operating 264 flights, following the discovery of a Second World War bomb submerged in King George V Dock on Sunday morning, which closed the airport on Monday.


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