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London’s Heathrow Airport Blames The Removal Of Tax-Free Shopping For Impacting Retail In 2023 - forbes.com - Eu - Britain - New York - city Copenhagen
forbes.com
23.02.2024 / 04:43

London’s Heathrow Airport Blames The Removal Of Tax-Free Shopping For Impacting Retail In 2023

Britain’s only hub airport, London Heathrow, carried 79.2 million passengers last year, an increase of 29% on the previous year and the third highest in its history, but retail revenue did not keep up. It rose by 24% and the airport blamed the lackluster commercial performance on the removal of VAT-free shopping.

UN Tourism Partners with Newly Rebranded Global Tourism Resilience Centre - breakingtravelnews.com - Spain - Switzerland - Japan - Uzbekistan - Brazil - Saudi Arabia - Jamaica - city Kingston - region Caribbean
breakingtravelnews.com
21.02.2024 / 07:55

UN Tourism Partners with Newly Rebranded Global Tourism Resilience Centre

Jamaica’s position as a leader in tourism resilience building has been further bolstered following the announcement that UN Tourism (formerly UNWTO) has forged a major partnership with the Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre (GTRCMC), which is being rebranded as the Global Tourism Resilience Centre (GTRC). It was also outlined that UN Tourism will continue to partner with Destination Jamaica in hosting the Global Tourism Resilience Day Conference moving forward. The announcements were made jointly by Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett and UN Tourism Secretary-General H.E. Zurab Pololikashvili as they marked the second annual observance of Global Tourism Resilience Day (February 17) at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.

Travel Agencies Set January Record for Air Ticket Sales - travelpulse.com - Usa - county Miami - city Fort Lauderdale - county Lauderdale
travelpulse.com
20.02.2024 / 19:00

Travel Agencies Set January Record for Air Ticket Sales

New data showed that travel agencies in the United States set a new record in January for air ticket sales.

A man managed to board a flight at a London airport without a ticket by tailgating through checkpoints, the 2nd similar incident in 2 months - insider.com - Norway - Denmark - Britain - Usa - New York - city London - city Copenhagen, Denmark
insider.com
20.02.2024 / 17:27

A man managed to board a flight at a London airport without a ticket by tailgating through checkpoints, the 2nd similar incident in 2 months

A man boarded a plane without a ticket at the UK's second-busiest airport, a second such incident in under two months at London airports.

When is the best time to visit Québec City? - lonelyplanet.com - Denmark - city Québec
lonelyplanet.com
20.02.2024 / 15:07

When is the best time to visit Québec City?

With charming cobblestone streets and beautiful architecture around every corner, Québec City looks wonderful no matter the season.

Want to maximise your annual leave? Here’s how to use public holidays to your advantage - euronews.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Eu - Austria - Belgium - Croatia - Denmark - Estonia - Finland - France - Greece - Hungary - Italy - Latvia - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Malta - Poland - Slovakia - Slovenia - Sweden - Switzerland - Ireland - Britain - Bulgaria - Romania
euronews.com
20.02.2024 / 02:11

Want to maximise your annual leave? Here’s how to use public holidays to your advantage

In the EU, all employees are entitled to a minimum of four weeks’ paid holiday per year.

Velocys Raises $40 Million for Jet Fuel Tech - skift.com - Denmark - state Ohio - India - city Seed
skift.com
18.02.2024 / 13:15

Velocys Raises $40 Million for Jet Fuel Tech

Three travel startups have announced fundraises of nearly $90 million over the last week. 

Skiing In Scandinavia: Look North For Your Next Ski Trip - forbes.com - city Amsterdam - Norway - Austria - France - Sweden - Switzerland - city Oslo - city Copenhagen - city Stockholm
forbes.com
17.02.2024 / 16:13

Skiing In Scandinavia: Look North For Your Next Ski Trip

Despite Norway’s dominance at the Winter Olympics, Scandinavia isn’t the first place you might think of for a skiing vacation in Europe. Iconic destinations such as the Alps in France, Switzerland, and Austria often overshadow the Nordic countries when it comes to winter sport getaways.

Officials Investigate How a Woman Flew to Los Angeles Without a Ticket - nytimes.com - Los Angeles - Denmark - Israel - Usa - city Nashville - city Atlanta - state California - city Copenhagen - city Cincinnati - city Tampa - city Los Angeles - Russia
nytimes.com
16.02.2024 / 20:15

Officials Investigate How a Woman Flew to Los Angeles Without a Ticket

An investigation is underway into how a woman boarded an American Airlines flight at Nashville International Airport and flew to Los Angeles without showing a ticket last week, officials said on Friday.

I flew economy on Air India's old Boeing 777-300ER for 15 hours. The broken seat, light, and TV made for a rough journey. - insider.com - state New Jersey - city Newark - India - state Indiana - city Delhi
insider.com
16.02.2024 / 10:37

I flew economy on Air India's old Boeing 777-300ER for 15 hours. The broken seat, light, and TV made for a rough journey.

Air India may be on the rise with its swanky new Airbus A350, but it can't escape the basket case that is its old long-haul economy product.

This Airline Launched a Flight With a Mystery Destination — and a Thousand People Signed Up for It - travelandleisure.com - Germany - Sweden - Usa - city Atlanta - city Boston - Washington - city Copenhagen - San Francisco - city Chicago - county Miami - state New York
travelandleisure.com
15.02.2024 / 19:39

This Airline Launched a Flight With a Mystery Destination — and a Thousand People Signed Up for It

Imagine taking off for a vacation, and having no idea exactly where you are going.  Scandinavian Airlines, a Sweden-based carrier, commonly known as SAS Airlines, offered just that, by recently introducing a special mystery flight called “Destination Unknown.”  SAS sold tickets for the flight exclusively to members of the airline’s frequent flyer loyalty program, EuroBonus. Instead of money, travelers needed to redeem 30,000 miles for a seat. The trip will depart from Copenhagen on April 5 and return back to Copenhagen on April 8. Travelers are only provided a clue that the flight will last “a few hours”, and the exact location of the destination will be revealed at some point during the flight through an announcement.  “The prospect of embarking on an adventurous and mysterious journey with fellow enthusiasts, finding new connections and friendships along the way, is truly exciting,” SAS’s Chief Commercial Officer and Executive Vice President Paul Verhagen said in the news release.  Over 1,000 people submitted interest in joining the flight, and the airline is no longer accepting reservations, a spokesperson shared with Travel + Leisure. Due to the limited quantity of seats on the plane, tickets for the April trip will be distributed randomly to the travelers who signed up. SAS operates flights around the world to 125 destinations, and currently has flights from the US (Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, and Washington) to destinations in Scandinavia and across Europe.  The concept of “surprise” travel has taken off as travelers seek new experiences. Lufthansa, a German airline, offers a program called ‘Lufthansa Surprise’ where travelers select their home airport, and a general theme of what type of vacation they want (such as arts, outdoors, or shopping). Once the trip is paid and ticketed, the airline reveals the destination to the traveler. The surprise bookings cannot be changed or canceled, and the 24-hour flexible booking policy also does not apply. 

The Transport Department reminded fliers they can get a $37,000 fine for misbehaving on planes — after 2 passengers were filmed in a midair fistfight - insider.com - state California - state Hawaii - county Oakland
insider.com
14.02.2024 / 11:24

The Transport Department reminded fliers they can get a $37,000 fine for misbehaving on planes — after 2 passengers were filmed in a midair fistfight

The Department of Transportation issued a reminder to fliers to behave on flights after two passengers had a fistfight in midair.

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