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Egypt: Guest of honor at Tourism-A in Florence, Italy

Mario Masciullo, eTN Italy

The Egyptian Tourist Authority’s participated in Tourism-A, the international Archeology Exhibition in Florence, Italy, where it exhibited an exact replica of the famous tomb of Tutankhamun.

Nothing but promising speakers at TEDxBrussels 2017 edition

TEDxBrussels is back for its 8th edition at Bozar in Brussels on the 6th of March 2017 from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Wine Tourism: Italy investing more into marketing

© Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

To encourage Americans to buy more Italian wines, the Ministry of Economic Development has instructed the Italian Trade commission to study and implement the largest promotional project of Italian ...

Car attack injures three in German city of Heidelberg

A man has injured three people by driving his car into a crowd at a square in the central German city of Heidelberg, as police reject speculations that the incident could be of terrorist ...

Azores: Exploring a story I’ve heard that never changes. Ever.

Maria G. Yates

“I was working that day. I met a friend who had been to the house. He told me I should go home. I did. Walking home I looked across the ocean. I could see large plumes of smoke.

ITB Berlin: Sexual exploitation, tourism, children and UNWTO - make a date World Tourism Network on Child Protection invites to public event during ITB Berlin

The upcoming ITB trade show in Berlin, Germany is not only the largest travel and tourism event in the world, but also the place to show support in the fight against exploitation of children ...

Barcelona nightclub in hot water over "sexist & humiliating" advertising

The Catalan Nightlife Association (FECASARM), member of the nationwide association SPAIN NIGHTLIFE, today reported the club which operates under the commercial name of "El Bailódromo" for ...

Second Lufthansa A350-900 has landed in Munich

Today Lufthansa welcomed its second A350-900 to Munich. Flight LH 9921 from Toulouse landed at around 11:00 at Munich Airport.

Malta Tourism announces particularly special Fireworks Festival this year

The Malta International Fireworks Festival will be taking place in three different locations around the Maltese Islands, namely Xagħra (Gozo), Marsaxlokk and Valletta.

Unforgettable events against a magnificent backdrop at Frankfurt Airport

The advantages are clear: like the entire airport, the Visitorsʼ Terrace at Frankfurt Airport is centrally situated in the Rhine-Main Region and easy to reach by car and public transportation, ...

Brussels Card again includes public transport option

Brussels Card, the all-in-one Brussels museum pass, is now on offer again with a formula including a public transports option.

Valencia celebrates British tourist surge

Valencia received a record 95,106 British visitors in 2016, 19.9% more than in 2015 and, with new direct flights from London Luton, Birmingham, Glasgow and Edinburgh being launched in the next few ...

Cologne Tourist Board to present expanded city tour program at ITB Berlin

From March 8 to 12, 2017, the Cologne Tourist Board will appear jointly with the neighbouring Rhineside cities Bonn and Düsseldorf at the ITB, the world’s leading travel trade show, in Berlin. ...

Second Lufthansa A350-900 - welcome to Munich

The world's most advanced long-haul aircraft doubles in number: Following the first A350-900 flight from Munich to Delhi two weeks ago, the second aircraft is already being welcomed in.

Made in Asia will take place in Brussels Expo

From March 3rd until March 5th 2017, Made in Asia will take place in Brussels Expo, it is the biggest event in the Benelux dedicated to the Asian pop and manga culture.

UNWTO Headquarters hosts the launch of Spanish stamps of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017

UNWTO Headquarters in Madrid hosted the presentation on Tuesday of two Spanish stamps commemorating the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017.

New food enterprise enters world series of “Eataly” mega shops

Mario Masciullo, eTN Italy

FICO will replace an 80,000-square-meter old fruit and vegetable wholesale market space in Italy.

Mundell: Scotland is leaving European Union, independent or not

Scotland is leaving the European Union (EU) whether or not it becomes an independent state, according to British Secretary of State for Scotland David Mundell.

Moderate decrease in visitor numbers: Cologne Tourism releases 2016 figures

Cologne tourism year 2016 lagged behind the record-breaking year 2015, posting a total of 3.35 million arriving guests and 5.8 million overnight stays.

Protestors block Heathrow tunnel causing chaos for airport passengers

Climate change protesters have blockaded a motorway tunnel leading to Heathrow Airport in protest against a planned third runway being built.

1.8 million signatures and counting: Brits say Trump should not be granted a state visit

British Members of Parliament are debating US President Donald Trump's planned state visit later to the UK as protests are set to take place across the country over the controversial trip.

This year ITB Berlin is booked up again

The entire world in 26 display halls: this year, ITB Berlin is booked up again.

The Meetings Show to collaborate with Meeting Design Institute

After its successful launch in 2016, Meeting Design Institute is bringing the Future of Meetings concept back to The Meetings Show from 13-15 June 2017.

EU Pilot fatigue rules miss required effect Airline safety questioned: Six out of 10 Pilots are falling asleep in Europe

Pilots are responsible for hundreds of passengers. Their life depends on the man in a cockpit of an aircraft when flying.

German Chancellor not happy with value of euro

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the euro is too low for Germany adding that Berlin had no power to address this 'problem' because monetary policy was set by the independent European Central ...

Viennese cafe owner to tourists: You don't even open your eyes in the morning for free

The owner of a popular café in Vienna has started to bill customers, who use "excess" power to charge their devices.

One killed, dozend ingured in Belgian passenger train crash

A passenger train has derailed on the way from Leuven to Brussels in Belgium, killing at least one person and leaving up to 25 people injured, according to local media reports.

Grand Départ 2017: Düsseldorf awaits the start of legendary French race

Düsseldorf is where the heart of bicycle racing beats in 2017: 30 years after the Tour-de-France start in the divided city of Berlin in 1987, the world's most important bicycle race is finally ...

Belgian Pride Festival to launch 2017 European Pride season

Like every year, the LGBTQI+ community is honored in the month of May.

Green team at Sir Albert Amsterdam hotel charges full steam ahead

The Sir Albert Amsterdam hotel’s Green Team organized a ‘Green month’ to raise awareness with all hotel staff.

fiylo international to transport successful business model around the world

In the German market, fiylo registers a steadily-growing number of providers. “fiylo is the strongest event location portal with 1,600 online presentations,” reports Bernd Fritzges.

Air Canada launches first Boeing 787 Dreamliner service from Montreal

Today marks the launch of Air Canada's daily year-round flights from Montreal to Shanghai, China, the airline's first direct service to Asia from Montreal, offering convenient one-stop access to ...

Cologne Bonn Airport welcomes new airline partner

Cologne Bonn Airport welcomes yet another new airline partner today and confirms that Portuguese flag carrier TAP Portugal will join the German airport later this summer.

Ryanair to launch three new routes from Budapest Airport

Budapest Airport, having already confirmed 12 new routes for 2017, continues to enhance its route network and announces Ryanair will be launching a further three new routes.

Florence tourism presents new marketing and promotional project

The Destination Florence project has been presented in Florence on January 18th by the Major of Florence, Dario Nardella during the press conference in Palazzo Vecchio in Florence.

Cabot Aviation becomes Air Partner

Cabot Aviation, a division of Air Partner plc and a leading aircraft remarketing agent, will be renamed Air Partner with immediate effect.

Airberlin expands long-haul fleet

Airberlin is to add three wide-body Airbus 330-200 aircraft to its fleet as it builds towards its biggest long-haul summer flight schedule to the US.

No more strikes expected at Lufthansa German Airlines Lufthansa Pilot Union: We have a deal

The German aviation industry will wake up Thursday morning with news of a settlement between the cockpit union for Lufthansa and pilots, Vereinigung Cockpit.

Milan: Let's look at the numbers

Mario Masciullo, eTN Italy

In 2015, Milan recorded 11,741,374 total nights spent, of which 7,258,350 listed International (+ 17.1% on 2014) with an average annual rate of occupancy of hotel rooms equal to 69,3%.

Berlin Brandenburg Airport now just 6 years behind schedule

The finance concept of Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH (FBB) has been implemented successfully: the investment pledged by the partners Berlin, Brandenburg and the Federal Republic of Germany ...

Ralf Kunkel named new VP Communications at airberlin

At the beginning of March Ralf Kunkel will become the new Vice President Communications at airberlin, reporting directly to CEO Thomas Winkelmann.

Grand Hotel Kronenhof unveils new rooms by award-winning French interior designer

Grand Hotel Kronenhof in Pontresina has unveiled 13 newly-renovated rooms and junior suites by the award-winning French interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, who has previously worked with other ...

Lufthansa adopts mediation recommendation

Lufthansa accepted the mediation recommendation of Dr. Gunter Pleuger today. His recommendation contains the following key points:

Don't forget to pack some lettuce in your carry-on!

Elisabeth Lang, special to eTN

Some supermarkets are rationing the number of iceberg lettuce and broccoli that customers can buy, blaming poor growing conditions in southern Europe for a shortage in UK stores.

Alitalia cannot continue losing money on domestic routes

Mario Masciullo, eTN Italy

A press conference was the occasion to reiterate the interest of Ryanair to provide feeder services to intercontinental flights for Alitalia.

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