The Pointe at Palm Jumeirah is all set for six weeks of family fun, dining offers and musical entertainment. The showcase includes a stunning, three-night fireworks show – all in celebration of Dubai Summer Surprises 2020.
Travelodge has accelerated its hotel reopening programme, with a further 100 properties returning to market this week. The budget company added it would continue to reopen dozens of properties a week this month.
Vietnam is an assault on your senses. From the moment you get out of the airport, the cacophony of sounds, the vibrant colours and the smells of the food cooking in the street stalls all prove to be very alluring for the intrepid traveler. This can be a great thing to some, but overwhelming to others.
Carnival will sell a total of 13 ships this year as the cruise giant seeks to cut capacity in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak. In total, the ships expected to leave the fleet represent a nearly nine per cent reduction in current capacity.
London Stansted will appeal a decision made by the Uttlesford district council planning committee to refuse an application to increase the current cap on passenger numbers from 35 to 43 million a year.
Now only one week away, boutique hotel Sopwell House will be reopening its doors to guests on Thursday. Located deep within the rolling Hertfordshire hills, the property is an enchanting country estate in the heart of the picturesque St Albans.
As countries transition from lockdowns to reopening their borders, the wearing of face masks helps signal the return of safer travels, while also providing personal protection for users as well as those around them.
International flights have resumed today from London City Airport as quarantine regulations are lifted on a number of destinations. The return of flights to popular European holiday destinations from the airport has been met with strong demand from travellers.
In a rare moment of good news for the cruise sector, Aida will begin sailing operations next month. Following an industry-wide pause in operations in mid-March, three of its ships will restart sailing in August.
Emirates has announced it will resume flights to a host of new destinations in the coming days. The latest routes will take the airline’s network to 58 cities by mid-August, including 20 points in Europe and 24 points in the Asia Pacific.