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Delta adds more key markets for Boston customers: Chicago, Cleveland, Newark and Washington, D.C. Delta is Boston's fastest-growing carrier by daily departures, and has more...
FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines today launches daily nonstop service between New York's John F.
(eTN) - Information just received from the Seychelles confirms the latest grapevine talk, that Air Seychelles has signed up to another codeshare agreement with Etihad, partner of the Seychellois natio
DUBLIN, Ireland - Criminals preying on tourists are most likely to target young women sightseeing in Dublin during the afternoon, a new report reveals.
Jim Flannery, the UNWTO International Tourism Advisor of Technical Cooperation, had recently overseen a report on the proposed structures of the Seychelles Tourism Board, and now the islands have a Mi
Minister Leo Varadkar, the Irish Minister responsible for Transport, Tourism, and Sports, this week received his Seychelles counterpart, Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism
In a few days, Cape Town will know whether it will be awarded the title of World Design Capital 2014. Cape Town is a finalist along with two other world cities, Dublin and Bilbao.
CHICAGO, Ill. - As part of its new summer schedule, American Airlines will re-launch its daily nonstop flight between Chicago O'Hare International Airport and Dublin, Ireland, beginning April 5.
Over 740 key aviation professionals will meet at Airfinance Journal's 12th Annual European Airfinance Conference next week in Dublin. There will be a record attendance at the event.
DUBLIN – A Slovak man unwittingly carried hidden explosives on board a weekend flight to Dublin after a Slovakian airport-security test went awry, Irish officials announced Tuesday.
United Airlines on Thursday, January 22, announced that it has entered into “an innovative extension of their relationship on select long haul services between Europe and North America” with Dubli
A 17-year-old English tourist lost a finger after being attacked in Dublin city centre on St Patrick's Day. The teenager, a pianist, was walking on O'Connell Street at about 2000 GMT, when a group of youths asked him where he was from. When he told them he was from England the gang attacked him. The victim was able to get away, but not before his finger was severed.
Thousands of tourists packed Dublin as the St Patrick's festivities continued in advance of Monday's mammoth parade. While ominous grey skies hung over the city for most of the day, Met Eireann is forecasting bright and dry conditions for Monday, when tens of thousands are expected to pour into the capital for the two-hour St Patrick's Day parade.
Dublin Tourism has launched a new three year regional tourism plan, which sets a target to increase overseas visitor numbers by one million a year. The plan, entitled 'Making it Happen', also hopes to produce visitor revenue growth of 8% per annum, bringing total revenue to €1.8 billion by 2010.