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British Airways to fly first A380 to LA

BA Victoria Hampton
5 March, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

British Airways has confirmed that its first Airbus A380 will make its inaugural flight to Los Angeles this year. The aircraft will become the first A380 to be operated by a UK airline. The double-decker superjumbo is set to be delivered to British Airways in July and tickets for flights ...

Sydney attracting more business events

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Marisa Thomas
5 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

New South Wales hosted 91 business events last year making 2012 one of its busiest events years ever. The minister for tourism and major events George Souris announced today that business events generated nearly $220 million for the state’s economy in 2012. A total of 60,237 delegates came to Sydney ...

First IKEA flat-packed hotel to be built in Milan

Milan Ree Saunders
5 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Plans to open around 50 budget hotels in Europe have been announced by Inter IKEA Group, the parent company of IKEA. The home furnishings giant has teamed up with Marriott International Inc., who have announced plans to open the first hotel in Milan this year. The hotels will use the trademark flat-packed ...

easyJet increases flights to Copenhagen

A-319-photo003 Clemmie
4 March, 2013 by Clemmie

Budget airline easyJet has announced it will be increasing its services between London Gatwick and Copenhagen. The new service will see an additional early morning and evening departure added to its flight schedule. The increased service will mean easyJet will fly to Copenhagen four times a day instead of three ...

Emirates launches its 130th destination

Algiers Jan Moys
4 March, 2013 by Jan Moys

Emirates Airlines launched its newest route today, now flying non-stop from Dubai to Houari Boumediene Airport, Algiers. The new service marks the airline's 130th destination milestone. Travellers to the Algerian capital will fly on Airbus A330-200 aircraft from Dubai and all flights will feature Emirates' standard three class configuration. Passengers ...

Delhi to get new cultural district

Humayun's Tomb Victoria Hampton
4 March, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Plans to turn part of Delhi into a cultural hub have been announced by the minister of state for planning Rajeev Shukla. The minister wants Delhi to rival cultural precincts in other cities such as London’s South Bank and Melbourne’s Federation Square. Though already considered a cultural destination, the minister ...

Australia's Best Jobs in the World 2013: Apply now!

Best Jobs1 Ree Saunders
4 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Back in 2009 Tourism Australia grabbed headlines with its Best Job in the World competition, but now it's back and even better than before, with six amazing six-month, $100k jobs up for grabs! The winner of the 2009 contest, Ben Southall, got to work as Caretaker of the Great Barrier ...

Russian “meteor town” in bid to boost tourism

Meteor1 Marisa Thomas
3 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The Russian town of Chelyabinsk, which was recently struck by a meteor, is looking to use its newfound fame to boost its tourist industry. The town in southern Russia, east of the Ural Mountains, has well and truly been placed on the map by the event, which brought worldwide news ...

Soccer school is Orlando’s newest attraction

Orlando11 Mike Potter
3 March, 2013 by Mike Potter

A brand new training facility, offering soccer coaching camps to tourists, is to open in Orlando, Florida. Travel and tourism entrepreneur John Donnelly is hoping tourists will fly to Orlando for the coaching programme, to be run by Donnelly’s new company, Sunny Soccer. The camps will offer half-day coaching sessions ...

New York museum makes mathematics more fun

NYC1 Marisa Thomas
3 March, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

New York has added a new museum to its already superb cultural offering, with the Museum of Mathematics aiming to turn the tricky subject of maths into a top tourist attraction. While it may seem that a museum dedicated to maths, a troublesome and confusing discipline for so many, doesn’t ...

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