News

Edinburgh to Istanbul

Turkish Airlines will recommence flights from Edinburgh to Istanbul on 16th July with four flights a week – Mondays, Thursdays Fridays and Saturdays

read more

VisitScotland launches strategy to restart tourism

VisitScotland has announced a new marketing strategy focused on helping rebuild tourism as businesses prepare for opening this month. The strategy, which includes broadcast and digital advertising will target the Scottish domestic market first...

read more

Leger acquires Shearings assets

Leger Holidays has acquired the assets of former competitor, Shearings.  The deal will see Leger Holidays acquire the Shearings brand, website and customer database. The demise of Shearings, after more than one hundred years trading, took place when parent company...

read more

G Adventures releases 2022 Arctic dates early

Global adventure travel expert, G Adventures, has released its 2022 programme of Arctic and Norway departures aboard the 134 passenger G Expedition to travellers and agents ahead of schedule. The 12 new departures, which will run from May to September 2022, will allow...

read more

Barbados hotel offers travel agent prize of five nights

The Soco Hotel in Barbados is giving one travel agent a free five-night stay on an all-inclusive basis for two people. To enter the prize draw all travel agents have to do is make two bookings between now and September and email their booking references...

read more

Celebrity sisters The Nolans go cruising with MSC

MSC Cruises’ newest ship, MSC Grandiosa, stars alongside The Nolans in a new TV series ‘The Nolans Go Cruising’, which first airs on Quest Red and dplay on Tuesday 7th July at 10pm. The eight-part series was filmed on board MSC Grandiosa earlier this year...

read more

Travelport extends AF/KL private channel agreement

Travelport, has extended its private channel agreement with Air France KLM. The deal will ensure the company’s agency partners, selected by Air France KLM, are able to continue to avoid the surcharges that are levied on flight bookings with the Group through global...

read more

Rocco Forte Hotels adds private villas to Sicilian portfolio

Verdura Resort by Rocco Forte Hotels will launch eight new villas this September. Set on the estate’s hillside that slopes towards the resort’s private beach, the new villas will guarantee privacy and security for those who seek independent accommodation, but with the...

read more

CMV wins with digital engagement

Cruise & Maritime Voyages is looking forward to cruising again and has been keeping the CMV experience forefront in consumer’s minds using digital marketing, PPC, SEO, E-marketing and Social Media activity. CMV’s blogs, destination videos and virtual CMV at Home...

read more

Lufthansa Group restarts Scottish flights

Due to the significant changes in booking demands from passengers, the Lufthansa Group Airlines are switching their focus from short to long-term flight planning, and implementing additional services between July and October. As a result, the Lufthansa Group Airlines...

read more

100th birthday of the Grade II listed Scenic Railway

Dreamland Margate celebrated the 100th birthday of the Grade II listed Scenic Railway – the oldest wooden rollercoaster in the UK - with a curiously cuddly experiment – filling the railway’s seats with 28 giant 44” tall teddy bears and capturing their ride...

read more

Naga Cruises launches in Vietnam

Two itineraries are being offered initially by Naga Cruises, operating every weekend from 4th September.A 2-night circular cruise out of Saigon's My Tho port takes guests through the heart of the Mekong Delta to the Cambodian border and back...

read more

Leading public health experts oversee cruise HSS

Royal Caribbean Group and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings are to develop enhanced cruise health and safety standards in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. The companies have asked Governor Mike Leavitt and Dr. Scott Gottlieb to serve as co-chairs of...

read more

Local airports look for quarantine clarity

Derek Provan, chief executive of AGS Airports which owns and manages Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports, has this week asked the Government for clarity regarding quarantine. Said Mr Provan: “We said at the outset that a blanket quarantine policy would be...

read more

Blackpool’s good to go

Blackpool’s tourism industry has reopened – with around 150 businesses already signed up to a new COVID-Safe industry standard.Many of the resort’s key attractions – including Blackpool Pleasure Beach, The Blackpool Tower, Blackpool Zoo, Blackpool Piers,...

read more

Sandals extends 45% off and Booking Bonus

Sandals and Beaches Resorts has extended offers of up to 45% off and an additional Booking Bonus of up to £600 off new bookings made before 31st July. Holidays on sale include Antigua, Barbados, Jamaica, Grenada, St Lucia, the Bahamas and Turks & Caicos, for...

read more

JTA looks to reopen Glasgow office

JTA Travel Group is looking at the feasibility of reopening its office in Glasgow,following the recent announcements concerning the restructuring of Travel2. If plans go ahead, JTA would look to recruit within the region and assist inprioritising any...

read more

Malta opens to Brits from 15 July

From 15th July, Malta will lift restrictions on all flight arrivals including the United Kingdom. Flights will resume from 18 UK airports with routes operated by Air Malta, British Airways, easyJet, Jet2 and Ryanair. British visitors are encouraged to follow their own...

read more

P&O sells Oceana to “fit for future growth”

P&O Cruises has confirmed that Oceana will leave the fleet from this month. PO Cruises president Paul Ludlow said: “Whilst we and many of our guests will miss Oceana, her departure will allow us to focus on our remaining ships in the fleet, as capacity expands...

read more

Download Our App


or

Scan this and download