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Results found for: March 2009

25 Mar 2009
London Luton airport has opened a priority lane offering direct access to its security search point.The new lane is described as a 'fast and efficient option' for people who want t...
23 Mar 2009
The German National Tourist Office is launching a new marketing campaign this year offering the chance for people to receive holiday information on their mobile phones.Online promo...
19 Mar 2009
A new promotional initiative is being launched by the Northern Territory (NT) government to attract more backpackers to the region.Tourism minister Chris Burns revealed that 92,000...
Sports fans will be heading to Edinburgh this spring as the city hosts its inaugural Festival of Rugby.The first event in this sporting bonanza will be the Rugby League Magic Weeke...
17 Mar 2009
VisitDenmark has celebrated the achievement of Copenhagen's restaurants in this year's Michelin Guide, with a record 14 stars awarded to the city's dining establishments.The Danish...
13 Mar 2009
The South Australia tourist board has revealed that two giant pandas will be brought to Adelaide Zoo at the end of the year.A panda enclosure is currently being built by the Royal ...
The new mPass travel technology option launched by Air New Zealand is proving a big hit with passengers, the airline has claimed.Users of iPhones can download the mPass application...
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has announced that up to £10m of Stansted airport's annual revenue could be at risk as part of an incentive scheme to encourage better servi...
12 Mar 2009
The Singapore Tourism Board has announced that a new attraction entitled River Safari is to be developed by Wildlife Reserves Singapore at a cost of S$140m (£66.4m).Reportedly...
3 Mar 2009
VisitBritain is expecting trips with a literary theme to prove popular across the UK this year.The tourism agency made its prediction ahead of World Book Day (5 March) and British ...