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We're going off the beaten track for today's #DailyEscape! Puerto Armuelles in Panama is today's stunning destinati… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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Emirates Skywards offering trip of a lifetime

Beach Victoria Hampton
19 March, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Emirates’ award winning frequent flyer programme Emirates Skywards has launched the “Meet Me There” competition, picking one winner every week for the next three weeks. The winner of the Skywards competition will win a trip to the destination of their choice for themselves and five friends or family members. The ...

Ryanair places Europe’s largest plane order

Ryanair Cheryl Richardson
19 March, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

Low-cost airline Rynair has made aviation history by placing the largest plane order ever made in Europe. The airline has bought 175 Next Generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft, costing nearly $15.6 billion. The ambitious expansion plans, yet to be approved by Ryanair’s shareholders, would see the airline’s fleet grow to 400 ...

Paris most visited city by Brits in 2012

Paris Kathy McLeman
19 March, 2013 by Kathy McLeman

Paris has come out as the favourite destination for city breaks among Brits. The French capital beat New York, Amsterdam, Las Vegas, Dublin and Rome to be named the most popular city, following a report based on bookings made via Hotels.com. New York was the second most visited city by ...

Fiji flashes a smile for International Day of Happiness

Fiji girl Marisa Thomas
19 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Today is the first ever United Nations International Day of Happiness and Fiji is marking it by celebrating the many reasons its inhabitants and visitors have to be happy and smile! The day was conceived by the UN last year to acknowledge that global happiness is a universal goal and ...

JetBlue and Qatar Airways announce new codeshare

Qatar Jan Moys
18 March, 2013 by Jan Moys

JetBlue Airways has entered a codeshare agreement with Qatar Airways that will connect the carriers’ networks between New York and Washington. The move will see Qatar Airways’ customers offered more choice and access between the two states, now being able to fly on JetBlue operated connections. In 2011 JetBlue and ...

AirAsia wins “Low Cost Airline of the Year”

AirAsia airbus Cheryl Richardson
18 March, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

AirAsia has been named the “2013 Low Cost Airline of the Year” at the Air Transport News Awards ceremony in Montreal, Canada. The low-cost airline has become the first carrier to win the award, which is new to 2013. The Air Transport News Awards was held last week for the ...

Australia hopes Britain’s Barmy Army will boost tourism

Barmy Army Mike Potter
18 March, 2013 by Mike Potter

Tourism officials in Australia are hoping that upcoming sporting events in the country will attract more Brits to the land down under. The number of people arriving from the UK in Australia has continually dropped in recent years but the Lions and Ashes tours are hoped to bring in the ...

Qatar building new city to meet tourism demands

Qatar1 Ree Saunders
17 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Qatar is set to build a whole new city in the desert in order to meet the demands of tourism and the 2022 World Cup, with the country set for a huge increase in visitor numbers. Airport City, to be built adjacent to Doha airport, will be designed by Dutch ...

More people flying to New York for sports tourism

NYCFB Mike Potter
17 March, 2013 by Mike Potter

New York City is renowned as one of the world’s greatest destinations, drawing millions of visitors every year for its iconic sights and unique atmosphere. However, tourists are increasingly grabbing cheap flights to New York for another reason – to watch world-class sport. Sports tourism is a growing market, with ...

China offers its own “best job in the world”

china1 Ree Saunders
17 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

China has followed the example of Australia by launching a competition to award one traveller the “best job in the world”, in a bid to promote its tourism industry. The vacancy will be filled by one lucky competition winner, who will be tasked with the role of “modern Marco Polo” in ...

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