Sunwing will be returning to London International Airport for the 2021-2022 season, beginning Dec. 15, 2021 until April 20, 2022, with weekly flights to Cancun, Punta Cana and Varadero.
Andrew Dawson, president of tour operations for Sunwing Travel Group, said: “We’re delighted to be... more ›
Agreement Will See Magnifica, Virtuosa Sailing In Saudi Arabian Waters
Cruise Saudi and MSC Cruises are launching Red Sea cruises in the winter 2021/22 season.
Fawaz Farooqui, Managing Director of Cruise Saudi, and Pierfrancesco Vago, Executive Chairman of MSC Cruises, signed a landmark framework agreement in the Saudi capital city Riyadh to mark the beginning... more ›
City Is Upbeat About Its Tourism Prospects, Nothing Can Keep It Down
New York City is again rolling out the welcome mat out for visitors.
NYC & Company, the city's tourist board, said the city is staging a US$30-million advertising campaign reassuring visitors that they can have a safe and enjoyable New York City visit, reports Press Today's Ian... more ›
BC Industry Appreciates New Measures In Provincial Budget, But They May Not Be Enough
Reacting to British Columbia’s provincial budget, BC’s major tourism and hospitality sectors said that while they welcomed tourism-related investments that were announced, those measures may not be enough to save some businesses until such time travel restrictions are lifted and... more ›
State Joins Florida In Lawsuit Against CDC’s Cruise Industry Shutdown
Alaska governor, Mike Dunleavy said his state is joining a Florida lawsuit against the Federal Center for Disease Control (CDC).
That lawsuit challenges the CDC’s “job-killing shutdown of the cruise industry through its Conditional Sailing Order on the grounds that it goes beyond the... more ›
Unveils Plans For Three New Hotels In The Destination
Go big or go home might well have been the headline for this story as Sandals Resorts International (SRI) signals its continued confidence in Jamaica, announcing that it will add three new hotels to its already extensive collection of resorts on the island.
SRI Executive Chairman Adam... more ›
The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation is taking its People-to-People Program to the virtual stage through an online series that will create real-time connections for travellers to experience the hospitality and culture of the Bahamian people.
For over 45 years, the People-to-People... more ›
New Biennial Award Recognizes Community Leaders Who Elevate Destination Jamaica
Today, the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) is honoured to announce the launch of a new commemorative award program established in memory of Edith Baxter, a long-time Canadian publishing icon who passed away in late 2020.
Founded in partnership with the Baxter family, the Edith Baxter Memorial... more ›
St. Vincent and the Grenadines have provided an update on the La Soufriere eruption and the ongoing relief efforts.
Officials report that since the April 9 eruption of the volcano, there have been at least 30 identifiable explosive events since the start of the eruptive phase, and the... more ›
Curaçao has made some changes for travellers arriving from high-risk countries who have not been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past 6 months. As of April 20, those travellers are required to take an antigen test at a local laboratory on the third day of their stay.
Currently, Curaçao is... more ›