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Travel Breaking News interview: Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, Philippines tourism minister

Citizens at the World Travel Awards have perceived the Philippines with a pair of top travel titles. Here Breaking Travel News talks with Philippines minister of the travel industry, Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, to discover how the prizes will help the recuperation of the area Breaking Travel News: Congratulations, the Philippines has been regarded as the best...
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News: to launch Bristol base next spring has confirmed it will launch flights and holidays from Bristol Airport next spring, with the city becoming the tenth UK base for the group. The leisure airline and package holiday specialist has now put 33 destinations on sale. For next summer, there are 29 hotspots, including four exclusive to the new base – Izmir...
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News: Hotel investors eye Cambridge deals moving into 2021

Cambridge has become the most attractive UK city for hotel investment in 2021, according to new research from Deloitte. The university city is closely followed by rival Oxford and Scottish capital Edinburgh, which rank second and third, respectively, the in the annual hotel industry survey. In Europe, Amsterdam remains the most attractive city for hotel...
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News: Moxy Taichung takes brand into Taiwan

Marriott has announced the opening of its first Moxy Hotel in Taiwan, shaking up the hospitality scene with its playful spirit. The experiential and next gen-focused Moxy Taichung is located near many of the attractions in the city, including the colourfully quirky Rainbow Village, Zhongshe Flower Market, as well as the street food paradise of...
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News: Light at the end of the tunnel for Marriott

Marriott International has reported an adjusted net income of $20 million for the third quarter as the company continues to battle back from the impact of Covid-19 around the world. The figure compares to an adjusted net income of $488 million in the same period last year. Adjusted EBITDA totalled $327 million in the 2020...
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News: Travellers from Denmark barred from entry to UK

Travellers from Denmark are to be barred from entry to the UK from today over fears of a new strain of Covid-19. The country is currently witnessing a coronavirus outbreak which has spread from mink to humans. UK citizens will be able to return to Britain from Denmark – but will have to isolate along...
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News: Fears for future of UK travel agents

A new report from the Advantage Travel Partnership has found that 61 per cent of travel agents will run out of cash by the end of this year. The travel agent consortium released the findings as the UK enters a second lockdown, which effectively prohibits overseas and domestic travel. The results show the stark reality...
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News: Austrian Airlines expands ÖBB rail partnership

Austrian Airlines and the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) are expanding their AIRail train-to-plane offer with an additional route. From December 13th, four trains with an Austrian flight number will run daily between Graz Central Station and Vienna Airport. The train journey takes just over three hours. Part of the Lufthansa Group, Austrian Airlines existing AIRail...
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Focus: Breaking Travel News interview: Martin Aeberli, acting chief executive, Royal Brunei Airlines

Royal Brunei Airlines’ cabin crew have been recognised as the best in the business by World Travel Awards – here Breaking Travel News talks with chief executive Martin Aeberli to find out more Breaking Travel News: Royal Brunei Airlines has taken the title of Asia’s Leading Cabin Crew at the World Travel Awards  – how...
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