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Brits urged to brace for HISTORIC FREEZE, Scandinavian and Siberian system to hit UK

Scotland, England and Wales will be engulfed by a massive swathe of sub-zero air by the middle of next week as per the weather maps. In the past few hours the UK weather models a possibly lengthy... … [Read more...]

Quake revisits Mexico, no casualties yet

Early on Monday a 5.9-magnitude temblor struck southern Mexico early, but it was shorter and less intense than the one that struck in the same area, damaging about 1,000 houses, on Friday.  ... … [Read more...]

Fights lead to removal of 23 passengers from Carnival Line cruise

Nasty fights and uncivilised behaviour on a 10-day Carnival Line cruise in the South Pacific forced the ship to dock early so that Australian police could remove a huge family of 23 people.  ... … [Read more...]

“Red Notice” to the airlines after Mt Sinabung billows ashes more than 16,000 feet

An emergency warning notice was issued by Regional Volcanic Ash Advisory Center of Indonesia to all the airline companies after a deep volcano in Indonesia shot billowing columns of ash more than... … [Read more...]

Gatwick, world’s first major airport to introduce a Cloud-Based Flight Information System

Gatwick is the world’s first major airport to introduce a cloud-based Flight Information Display System (FIDS) – an innovative, cost effective system that is easily scalable, more flexible and... … [Read more...]

Ethiopia travel advice issued by U.K and Canada post state of emergency declaration

After Friday evening’s declaration of a state of emergency after the PM resigned abruptly in Ethiopia the United Kingdom and Canada have issued  travel warning.   In order to curb the rising... … [Read more...]

Titanic hotel in London reopens after £85m makeover

The former Hotel Russell that is based on London’s Bloomsbury has been renamed Principal London and is ready to reopen its doors on 16th April. The Grade II listed building was designed by Charles... … [Read more...]

Tourism industry focuses on American music to draw more tourists

America has always been musically rich and in its new documentary from Brand USA named “America’s Musical Journey”, they will feature it as a destination for the music enthusiasts.... … [Read more...]

Grand Finale at ITB Berlin 2018

A spectacular conclusion to the World’s Largest Travel Trade Show®: the ITB Grand Finale on Sunday, 11 March 2018 will be the official final event of ITB Berlin, featuring dance performances from... … [Read more...]

Post-Brexit anxiety leads to surge in ‘staycation’

  According to tourism experts British holidaymakers are being “more cautious” with their money and are opting for a getaway nearer home.     There is a surge in UK holidays... … [Read more...]

Jamaica’s Tourism Minister stressed on further growth of Jamaica’s cruise

The Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett says that cruise shipping for Jamaica is growing and the development is in rapid stage.     Edmund Bartlett who is currently attending the Caribbean... … [Read more...]

British Airways flight diverted to Los Angeles after runway closes

British Airways flight was about to land at Lindberg Field and instead it had to be diverted to Los Angeles after a FedEx plane blew a tire on the runway on Friday according to a spokesman of the... … [Read more...]

Japan has new ‘weird hotel’ with robot receptionists

A futuristic Japanese hotel is filled with smiling robots greetings guests at the reception.   These friendly synthetic receptionists work in close liaison with humans at the... … [Read more...]

Macedonia’s airport to be renamed, feud with Greece ends

Prime Minister Zoran Zaev announced that the Republic of Macedonia’s Alexander the Great airport will be re-named to help end a 27-year long feud with Greece.     After talks with Greek... … [Read more...]