Every year since it was established in 2009, Viking Line runs its now annual Whisky Fair with great success. In 2017, it took place from Stockholm in Sweden over 4 days (16th to 19th February). But
Annebeth Wijtenburg, Communications Manager at the WTTC, was able to spare some time with us to share an insight into the organisation.
Japan is rolling out signs to help tourists. 26 signs have been rolled out across the Iwate Prefecture, in a campaign titled “Ten ways to make travelers happy.”
The annual International Airlines Group (IAG) Capital Markets Day took place in November 2016, where IAG gave a public presentation for its bondholders on the performance of BA, Iberia, Vueling and now Aer Lingus.
“to make flying suck less” by Mart Virkus at Toggl in infographic form
Apparently hostels are one of the most popular types of lodgings in Europe, so I am now left wondering whether we all should re-consider staying in a hostel whilst travelling.
The famous iconic airline and its history, design and identity is being celebrated through a book released at the end of 2016, by Matthias C. Huhne.
The UK Minister for Aviation, Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, is presenting to Parliament a proposed new Aviation Policy. This consultation is looking for input until May 2017.
Courtesy of Scott Martin, a British Airways (BA) Executive Club member and frequent flier who is seriously questioning the value proposition on offer from BA.
In 1991, I had no choice but to come over from Brazil and I admit that I knew very little about Scotland…I remember reading about the country in a magazine called ‘Speak Up‘ (for people wanting to learn