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EU and UK reach post-Brexit visa-free travel agreement

The endless debate regarding the forthcoming Brexit rules between Europe and the Unite Kingdom seems to have come to a final agreement that will...

IATA’s chief speaks at CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Affairs Summit in...

Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s Director General and CEO addressed the CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Affairs Summit in Doha, Qatar today: It is a great...

Deal or no deal, EU will allow short-term visa-free travel for...

The European Union council has agreed to allow UK citizens visa-free travel to EU member states, even in the event of the UK leaving...

34 ports in 14 countries: Carnival Legend’s 2020 European schedule released

Carnival Legend will operate Carnival Cruise Line's most diverse European season to date with nine- to 16-day voyages visiting 34 ports in 14 countries...

Explosion injures 12 passengers on Royal Caribbean cruise ship

A fuel tank exploded on a pier in Gibraltar injuring 12 passengers on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship docked nearby, according to the cruise line.

A win at Miss World is a boost for Gibraltar tourism

Gibraltar tourism got its biggest boost since the rock formed.

Gibraltar wins cruise industry award

The Gibraltar Cruise Terminal has won an award at the Seatrade Cruise Shipping convention held in the US city of Miami last week.

Spanish airline suspends flights

Iberia is suspending its flights between Madrid and Gibraltar at the end of the week for economic reasons, the Spanish airline says.

25 Gibraltar monkeys to be culled after causing havoc with tourists

MADRID, Spain - A renegade group of Gibraltar's Barbary apes, the only non-human primates to live in the wild in Europe and a popular symbol of the quirky British colony, has annoyed locals so much that authorities have decided a cull is inevitable.

Two tourist struck by lightning

(eTN) - Two tourist were struck by lightning at 17.40 on Sunday evening as they returned to their cruise ship at North Mole. The two tourist, both female passengers, are reported to have been struck during one of the many strikes that thundered over Gibraltar during a heavy spell of deluge which left parts of Gibraltar without satellite transmission, and many roads flooded.
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