• Hard Rock International expands brand in Europe with Dublin hotel debut

    Published on : Thursday, February 27, 2020

    The renowned global brand, Hard Rock International recently announced the plan of opening a new property in Dublin, Ireland. With an international presence across 76 countries and the opening of Hard Rock Hotel Dublin, the brand continues to expand all …

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  • Maldives hosted three city roadshow to promote tourism

    Published on : Thursday, November 14, 2019

    Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC) invited travel agents to wash away the winter blues and experience the ‘Sunny Side of Life’ during a UK and Ireland three-city roadshow from 7th – 11th November 2019.       Visiting …

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  • North Cork’s popular hotel suddenly closes

    Published on : Tuesday, November 12, 2019

    North Cork’s most popular hotel in Fermoy has announced that it has closed its doors this weekend. The owners of the hotel which sits by the bridge going into Fermoy on the old Dublin road made the announcement last night …

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  • Marker Hotel to be rebranded under Anantara name

    Published on : Tuesday, October 29, 2019

    The Marker Hotel in Dublin’s Grand Canal Square will be relaunched under the Anantara brand in the coming months following an agreement with the Marker’s new owners, the German real estate investment group Deka Immobilien.   Minor Hotels, the Bangkok-headquartered …

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  • Deutsche Finance International acquires Central Hotel at Dublin

    Published on : Tuesday, July 23, 2019

    In a joint venture with Dublin-based BCP Capital, London-based Deutsche Finance International (DFI) has acquired the Central Hotel on Exchequer Street – Dublin’s oldest hotels. The 130-year-old hotel was acquired along with nearby Trinity Street Car Park for an undisclosed …

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  • Giant Panda hometown in China promoted in Dublin

    Published on : Tuesday, May 28, 2019

    A meeting was held  by a delegation from the hometown of Giant Pandas in China’s southwest Sichuan province  on Monday to promote their tourism in Ireland.   In the Crowne Plaza Dublin, a four-star hotel in the Irish capital around …

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  • Dublin Tourism: Bloomsday celebration will attract tourists from all over the world to Ireland

    Published on : Tuesday, May 21, 2019

    Dublin’s 2019 Bloomsday celebrations will include an eclectic mix of activities from poetry and pub crawls to breakfasts and burlesque shows.  Dublin, a UNESCO city of literature, will honour the genius of James Joyce in its annual Bloomsday celebrations from …

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  • Aer Lingus launching AerSpace for short-haul economy passengers

    Published on : Monday, May 20, 2019

    Aer Lingus has launched AerSpace, the new premium travel experience for short-haul economy passengers. AerSpace guests flying from select destinations in United Kingdom to Ireland will be guaranteed an aisle or window seat on the first row of the aircraft, …

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  • London and New York are top business travel destinations for U.S. business travellers

    Published on : Wednesday, April 24, 2019

    The top city for U.S. business travellers was London, followed by Frankfurt, Tokyo, Paris and Amsterdam as per ‘2018 Cities & Trends Report’ by BCD Travel which is a global travel management company. New York City topped the list of domestic …

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  • Medical emergency forces United Airlines flight to divert to Dublin Airport

    Published on : Wednesday, March 27, 2019

    A flight from the US to Europe has been diverted to Dublin Airport due to a medical emergency. United Airlines flight UA960 was nearing the end of its journey from Newark, New Jersey to Frankfurt in Germany when it was …

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  • Dublin is the world’s most desirable foodie destination

    Published on : Saturday, December 22, 2018

    As per a new survey, Dublin is the world’s most desirable foodie destination.   According to MasterCard’s Global Destination Cities Index Indulgences report, visitors to the Irish capital spent over a third of their travel budget on dining out in …

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  • Jochen Schnadt  joins flybmi

    Published on : Tuesday, September 25, 2018

    There has been a robust restructure in senior leadership in flybmi where Jochen Schnadt, currently chief commercial officer with the carrier will be taking the role of managing director on October 11.     He has been with the company …

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  • Ryanair pilots to go on strike, cancels 20 flights, 3,500 passengers affected

    Published on : Friday, July 27, 2018

    A fourth one-day strike has been announced by the Ryanair Pilots and Members of the (IALPA) will stop work on Friday, 3 August.  It is expected that more strikes will follow unless the airline’s management made changes and negotiated the …

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  • Norwegian Airlines declares new direct routes from Dublin to Toronto

    Published on : Friday, June 22, 2018

    Norwegian Airlines has announced that they are about to launch their debut Dublin route to Canada.   They have confirmed that this brand new route from Dublin to Toronto would commence next week, from 31st March, 2019. Also, the fares …

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  • Fáilte Ireland awards €2.5m as tourism project to Dublin, Kilkenny & Sligo

    Published on : Thursday, May 31, 2018

    Fáilte Ireland has recently declared that the first three visitor attractions to be ushered with major funding via its Grants Scheme for Large Tourism Projects 2020. It is intended to assist deliver world-class tourist experiences, boost up overseas visitor growth …

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  • Dublin to welcome Ireland’s first ever Hyatt Hotel

    Published on : Thursday, May 24, 2018

    Ireland is ready to receive its first ever Hyatt hotel that would be a 234-bedroom ‘lifestyle’ property that was developed by the Hodson Bay Group in Dublin’s Liberties.   Currently construction is underway on the €50 million Hyatt Centric Dublin …

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  • Coastal pollution is ruining Dublin’s tourism

    Published on : Thursday, May 17, 2018

    Dublin’s tourism is getting hampered by coastal pollution.     The discharges of toxics are contributing to a continuous decline in water quality at most bathing areas stretching from North Co Dublin around to Dublin Bay, and especially in Howth …

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  • UK travel disruption, from passable to impossible, 10,000 flights cancelled

    Published on : Monday, March 19, 2018

    The ‘mini beast from the east’ brought snow and ice to larger parts of UK overnight resulting in further travel disruption on Monday.     The Met office has further warned of snow and ice across the UK as bitterly …

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  • Lake District airport launches debut passenger flights for 25 years

    Published on : Tuesday, March 13, 2018

    Carlisle airport, gateway to the Lake District is on its way to get its debut passenger flights on 4th June when Loganair would be commencing services to Southend, Dublin and Belfast City. The Cumbrian airport that is owned by Stobart …

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  • Tourism suffer over €60m in 2017 due to rolling Brexit fears

    Published on : Monday, February 26, 2018

    Following Brexit vote a drop in the numbers of British tourists visiting the republic cost the hospitality industry more than €60 million in 2017 reflecting that areas could least it felt the maximum pain.     In 2016 the arrivals …

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