• Britain to be battered with more storms

    Published on : Tuesday, October 24, 2017

    After being hit by Storm Brian, there will be another 10 to 13 named storms that will batter Britain with more gale-force and winds.   The storms are expected to reach UK this autumn and winter, and mild weather is …

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  • Britain warns travellers as plague strikes in the urban areas of East Africa’s Madagascar

    Published on : Monday, October 23, 2017

    Madagascar, an island country in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa is now suffering from deadly plague and the British government warned its tourists to stay away from Madagascar.       This medieval disease is spreading …

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  • Southend Airport sees promising passenger growth

    Published on : Friday, October 20, 2017

    One of Britain’s newest carriers is showing promising results when the other budget and smaller airlines of the country are in a turmoil.   After months of winding down with significant disruption, Monarch Airlines collapsed earlier this month. It was …

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  • Golden Week sees £29m spent by Chinese tourists

    Published on : Friday, October 20, 2017

    Thanks to the cheap pound rate, the Chinese tourists are splashing out more than £29m in shopping centres across the high streets of the UK during the Golden Week holiday.     Worldpay, the expert in payments processor found in …

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  • British Government and tour companies try to rule out holiday sickness

    Published on : Friday, October 13, 2017

    Travel industry leaders and trade organisations are being asked to help the Government put together new rules designed to crack down on false holiday sickness claims.     They are asking the trade to submit evidence in the next four …

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  • Tunisia is in dearth of tourism industry

    Published on : Thursday, August 24, 2017

    Tunisia has the vast opportunity for tourism, but this place even now also is infertile with tourism growth.     Tunisia’s most important hotspot Bulla Regia has many archaeological sites of Roman times. But Tunisia’s tourism is not flourished.   …

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  • Cork sees a decrease in visitors from Britain

    Published on : Sunday, August 20, 2017

    A survey conducted by Cork Chamber of Commerce found that 77% of the respondents endorsed the Irish Tourism Industry Confederation (ITIC) call for a €12m annual fund to minimize the Brexit effect on tourism. West Cork has always seen a …

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  • Heathrow Airport tops in transportation in the month of July

    Published on : Friday, August 11, 2017

    Heathrow Airport in London is recorded best ever in transportation management in the month of July. It is the summer getaway in sending the passenger numbers soaring to record highs.     Breaking all previous monthly records, Heathrow Airport welcomed …

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  • Gardens and zoos remain the top attractions for visitors in Britain

    Published on : Saturday, August 5, 2017

    Gardens and zoos saw the most significant growth in visitors to attractions last year, according to VisitEngland’s Annual Attractions Survey.   The survey, which gathered information from more than 1,500 English attractions, found that historic houses and castles reported a …

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  • Lake District is in UNESCO Heritage List

    Published on : Thursday, July 13, 2017

    Britain’s Lake District is now declared as the 31st UNESCO Heritage Site, for its richness in natural biodiversity. Lake District or the Lakelands is a low region in North West England and it is a popular gateway and a holiday …

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  • Ryanair warns about Brexit’s plunge on Britain’s aviation industry

    Published on : Thursday, July 13, 2017

    Europe’s biggest budget airline’s boss warned that Ryanair planes could start shifting from UK airports to the Continent ahead of Brexit.   Michael O’Leary, Ryanair’s chief executive said that until an aviation deal is finalised between Britain and the EU, …

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  • After Brexit, Turkey is now preferred by Brits

    Published on : Friday, July 7, 2017

    Turkey is now becoming a preferred destination for the people living in UK mostly. Not that, other people living across the globe now having a fancy to visit Turkey as a summer destination.     With the recent changes in …

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  • Protection for online package tours in Britain

    Published on : Monday, July 3, 2017

    The people of Britain will enjoy the security if the travel companies will not work while having their holidays. Britons who are booking their holidays online will receive the same security, which is enjoying by the visitors after booking it …

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  • Britain’s suicide bombing kills 22 at Ariana Grande concert

    Published on : Tuesday, May 23, 2017

    A suicide attack at the Manchester Arena of Britain following Ariana Grande concert killed 22 people including several children, as per the account of the police on Tuesday. The bomber had also died when he detonated an improvised explosive object …

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  • The ‘Crown effect’ likely to boost British tourism

    Published on : Thursday, April 27, 2017

    Britain is likely to witness a smart tourism boom thanks to the ‘Crown effect’.   This is because fans of the Netfix drama about the Queen and her family are motivated to visit their home in real life, according to …

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  • Britain’s inbound tourism rocks this year

    Published on : Tuesday, April 25, 2017

    More than 5.2 million inbound visits to the UK have created a new record in the first two months of 2017 with 6% in visits as compared to the last year. In January and February, international visitors spent £2.7 billion …

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  • EasyJet teams with Wright Electric for smarter future travel with electric plane

    Published on : Friday, March 24, 2017

    Wright Electric has teamed up with easyJet, Britain’s biggest budget carrier and aims “for every short flight to be electric within 20 years”. It is seeking investors to help build a 150-seat passenger aircraft capable of flying 300 miles. this  …

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  • Following the US, Britain has banned carry-on electronic devices on planes

    Published on : Wednesday, March 22, 2017

    Britain has joined the United States in temporarily banning carry-on electronic devices on planes coming from certain airports in Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East and North Africa in response to unspecified security threats.   The move affecting thousands of …

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  • Britain removes travel restrictions for two Kenyan beach resorts

    Published on : Thursday, March 16, 2017

    Giving a major boost to the struggling hospitality industry of Kenya’s Indian Ocean coast, Britain has lifted travel restrictions for the Kenyan beach resorts of Lamu and Manda Islands.   A statement issued by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office …

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  • Egypt sees improved tourist influx in 2017

    Published on : Thursday, February 23, 2017

    Egypt is showing slow but improved growth of tourism and thus easing pressure on a key sector battered by years of turmoil and the 2015 bombing of a plane carrying Russian holidaymakers.   Tourism Ministry spokeswoman Omaima El-Husseini said that …

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