Hola Sun Holidays Unveils New Protection Plan
Hola Sun Holidays has introduced its Safety Ring Travel Protection Plan for 2019. The plan is applicable to Hola Sun Holidays packages, air only and land only, and costs $50 per person.
Beaches Turks and Caicos
Sandals Resorts International has filed a lawsuit against the Turks and Caicos government over a tax-related dispute involving its Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort.
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The redevelopment of Saint Lucia’s international airport is underway as the destination continues to see a positive growth trend in tourism arrivals in 2019.
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The European Travel Commission and STR have signed a partnership which will see them serve the growing needs of European destination management organizations.
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The UK government has confirmed that it will reciprocate the European Union’s arrangements for air travel in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
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In terms of expenditure, no European nation outranks Germany who last year recorded spending of just under $90 billion. That’s over $1000 per person across the country in a year.
airbnb in Montreal
The home-sharing economy in Montreal provides a significant boost to the Quebec economy through Airbnb guest stays.
Barbados airport
The government of Barbados has rubbished media reports that it intends selling the country’s sole airport, saying that its words about the facility have been misunderstood.
24, Mar, 19

Hola Sun Holidays has introduced its Safety Ring Travel Protection Plan for 2019. The plan is applicable to Hola Sun Holidays packages, air only and land only, and costs $50 per person.

21, Mar, 19

Sandals Resorts International has filed a lawsuit against the Turks and Caicos government over a tax-related dispute involving its Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort.

16, Mar, 19

The redevelopment of Saint Lucia’s international airport is underway as the destination continues to see a positive growth trend in tourism arrivals in 2019.

11, Mar, 19

The European Travel Commission and STR have signed a partnership which will see them serve the growing needs of European destination management organizations.

09, Mar, 19

The UK government has confirmed that it will reciprocate the European Union’s arrangements for air travel in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

This confirms that EU airlines will be able to continue to operate flights between the UK and the EU, even in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

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