Wednesday, 8 Jul 2020

Norwegian secures NOK3 billion in government support

Low-cost carrier Norwegian has secured the necessary approvals to unlock emergency funding. The Norwegian government last week proposed a guarantee of NOK6 billion for the Norwegian airline industry, of which up to NOK3 billion is directed to Norwegian. The guarantee will be up to 90 per cent from the Norwegian government provided that financial institutions […]

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Travel inspiration: Asia holidays – Taiwan’s wild side

Taiwan is famous for dumplings, tea and quirky themed restaurants, but along Taiwan’s east coast you’ll find a wild side to the country well worth exploring. The Taiwanese (pop) culture and history we know and love can be experienced in any of the country’s major cities, which are all on the west coast. Head east […]

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Margaritaville in Nassau to open this summer

The Margaritaville Beach Resort Nassau plans a summer opening. The 284-room property is spread across two towers. The Hotel Tower offers 155 oceanview rooms and suites, and the One Particular Harbour Tower will have 129 residential condos ranging from studios to a four-bedroom penthouse, each equipped with a full kitchen. The condos are privately owned […]

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How British travellers stranded abroad can get back to the UK

Many British travellers are stranded abroad and struggling to get home as air routes continue to be axed and borders close. Here are some escape routes to try if you’re heading back to the UK. Getting home from Europe and the Mediterranean Repatriation flights are continuing from Spain, where the highest number of British tourists are […]

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Caribbean Resorts and Destinations Expand COVID-19 Restrictions

Top Caribbean hotels, resorts and destinations followed through with wider closures and shutdowns as COVID-19 spreads globally. The closures come as more destinations across the tourism-reliant region take action to prevent increasing their own coronavirus infection levels. Two signature Caribbean resort operators were among the most recent COVID-19 victims. Nassau’s Baha Mar resort will suspend […]

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Discover the British Isles' dozen most delightfully remote hotels

From the Channel Islands to Scotland’s Rannoch Moor: Discover the British Isles’ dozen most delightfully remote hotels Little Sark, on the Channel Islands, has a Toytown feel with bicycles and horses and carts standing in for cars Hell Bay is England’s most westerly hotel and is made up of 25 chalets on Bryher on the […]

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