The future of travel retail is available now as these 5 steps show ways that already exist and could be incorporated to improve the channel and its commercial output.
This year I took the opportunity to visit The Scotch Whisky Experience in the Royal Mile during my annual trip to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It was the perfect start to the whole day and
This surprisingly quirky craft initiative is also a global vodka, funded by Pernod Ricard, made by local entrepreneurs who participate in the economic success of the local brand in cities around the world….and growing.
To celebrate World Whisky Day on 20th May, a group of us from Loch Lomond Group climbed Ben Lomond at dawn to raise a dram!
The list comes courtesy of Mia Taylor from discussions with Industry insiders such as LoungeBuddy CEO Tyler Dikman and Anthony Berklich from luxury travel site Inspired Media.
This is a reference book of bars from around the world as selected by some (225 or so) of the top bartenders.
courtesy of International Airport Review.
If you had the power to trial and test a different approach to the food & beverage (F&B) offer at any given airport, in order to increase revenue and improve the satisfaction of travellers, what
Cathay Pacific is introducing the craft ale made by Hong Kong Beer Co., from next month. The brew, dubbed Betsy after the airline’s first aircraft, is “brewed to be enjoyed at 35,000 feet”, according to
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.