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Results found for: January 2009

28 Jan 2009
Holidaymakers planning trips to Barcelona this year will be able to visit some of the Spanish city's museums for free from the beginning of April.Barcelona mayor Jordi Hereu confir...
26 Jan 2009
Travellers can follow in the footsteps of Billy Connolly by taking a trip across northern Canada.Last summer, the popular comedian travelled the route once taken by explorers tryin...
22 Jan 2009
Costa Cruises and Sony Computer Entertainment Italia have announced a partnership that will see the cruise line's ships equipped with PlayStation consoles.The main development will...
Aviation industry representatives have welcomed the decision to build a new runway and a third terminal at Frankfurt airport in Germany.The development project, which got underway ...
20 Jan 2009
Eurostar has confirmed that next month it will increase the speed and frequency of its services through the Channel Tunnel, which have suffered disruption since September last year...
13 Jan 2009
Tourism Queensland is searching the globe for candidates for what it considers 'the best job in the world' – a six-month contract to work as a caretaker on a Great Barrier Ree...
The implementation of the Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (Esta) scheme took place at the beginning of the week and, contrary to some predictions, did not cause any prob...
8 Jan 2009
Austrian Airlines has announced plans to increase capacity on its flights to Dubai this year.From 1 March, the carrier will use a Boeing 767 with 235 seats to operate more than hal...
7 Jan 2009
A large proportion of travellers using the Continental Airlines flight from Bristol airport to New York are taking advantage of connecting services to destinations throughout the U...
6 Jan 2009
Celebrity Cruises made history this week when its Millennium liner became the largest passenger cruise ship ever to dock at the Australian port of Newcastle.The 294-metre-long, Mia...