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Results found for: March 2012

28 Mar 2012
EasyJet celebrates launch of Southend airport
EasyJet this week celebrated the launch of the first new airport in south-east England for decades with the introduction of flights to ...
27 Mar 2012
US Airways expands Wi-Fi services
US Airways is extending its Gogo Wi-Fi inflight internet service, making the technology available across the airline's fleet of Air...
15 Mar 2012
Seychelles developing 'personalised tourism'
The Seychelles is developing a new concept dubbed 'personalised tourism', which is based on facilitating genuine connections be...
Campaign to showcase 'new and vibrant' Northern Ireland
Tourism Ireland will aim to showcase some of the new experiences on offer in Northern Ireland and boost the destination's profile t...
14 Mar 2012
Maldives 'will remain on tourists' wish lists'
The Maldives' minister for tourism, arts and culture has predicted that the destination will remain popular among travellers in the...
9 Mar 2012
WTTC: Japan to stage full tourism recovery in 2012
Japan's tourism industry is set to stage a full recovery in the first half of 2012 following last year's earthquake and tsunami...
8 Mar 2012
Etihad increases premium baggage allowance
Etihad Airways has announced a 10kg increase in baggage allowances for its premium passengers.Customers travelling in the Pearl Busines...
7 Mar 2012
Report highlights Iceland's flight connectivity
A new report by Oxford Economics has highlighted the importance of the aviation industry to Iceland.The study gave the country the high...
6 Mar 2012
China's National Museum reopens in Beijing
Travellers staying in hotels in Beijing can now visit the renovated National Museum of China, which officially opened to the public las...
5 Mar 2012
London visitors urged to consider springtime visits
Travellers planning to book hotels in London for a break this year should consider visiting during the spring months, according to a co...
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