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Results found for: February 2014

26 Feb 2014
Tourism integral to Cyprus recovery, says minister
Tourism should be at the heart of Cyprus' plans for economic recovery, the country's finance minister has said. Speaking e...
24 Feb 2014
Abu Dhabi hotels to get graded on social media feedback
The Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) is currently working on proposals to integrate social media feedback into t...
19 Feb 2014
PPI compensation being spent on holidays
Almost a quarter (24%) of those who have received compensation as a result of being mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) spent s...
13 Feb 2014
A380 to take-off from Glasgow for 10th anniversary
The world's largest airliner is set to make a one-off journey from Glasgow Airport. An Emirates Airbus A380 will take-off for ...
12 Feb 2014
New Indonesian Komodo dragons found
Indonesia has reinforced its reputation as a top wildlife destination after a new population of the endangered Komodo dragon was discov...
11 Feb 2014
Abu Dhabi ice cream on sale
The searing heat of the Emirates is not somewhere you'd normally associate with ice cream making, but a new company is out to chang...
Celebrate French culture in Canada
Despite its ties to the USA, there are some 9.5m French speakers living in Canada, accounting for almost a third of the total populatio...
Heathrow to develop business centre
Businessmen who regularly fly in and out of Heathrow will no doubt be pleased to learn that the hub airport will develop its first inde...
10 Feb 2014
Comedians to perform world's highest stand-up gig on Everest
A team of six adventurous comedians are to attempt to set the record for the world's highest stand-up gig in aid of Save the Childr...
7 Feb 2014
Europe's airports witness passenger growth
The number of passengers using European airports rose by 2.8% in 2012, according to a new report.Figures from ACI Europe reveal that th...