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Ryanair Celebrates The Resumption Of Operations In Chania

Ryanair celebrated the official resumption of its post-lockdown flights from Chania after 4 months grounded. A Memmingen to Chania flight, welcomed with a water salute upon arrival, marked the launch of Ryanair’s Summer 2020 schedule for Chania, which now includes over 20 routes from destinations such as Marseille, Brussels or Milan. Following the lifting of […]

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TUI UK announces Covid Cover and adds more destinations to holiday programme

TUI UK announced its new COVID-19 Cover to provide added protection and give customers complete peace of mind while on holiday. The cover – which should be used alongside normal travel insurance – will be included for all customers travelling on any TUI holiday between 11th July and 31st December 2020 and applies to all new and […]

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EasyJet holidays announces take off for this summer

EasyJet holidays has announced plans to start operating its first holidays this summer season from 1 August 2020. The move comes following the news from the UK government on its latest travel and quarantine advice. The holiday company is now readying itself to start taking customers on holiday once more from the beginning of next […]

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TUI UK announces plans to re-start holidays this summer

TUI UK reveals details of its plans to re-start summer holidays with a limited programme when the Government travel advice changes. The leading travel company is ready to take Brits on holiday again to eight destinations in Greece, the Balearics and the Canaries from three UK airports from 11th July in the first phase of its’ […]

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Greece is ready once again to welcome the world

Greece is ready once again to welcome the world according to the new announcement of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Here is how: 15 June to 30 June Aligned with European Commission communication with regard to the ban of non-essential travel from non-EU+ countries. EU+ consists of the European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Lichtenstein and Iceland. […]

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Condor will take off to the most beautiful holiday destinations at the beginning of the summer holiday season as of 25 June

Condor is relaunching its summer flight schedule in time for the start of the summer holiday season from 25 June onwards from eight airports in Germany to initially 29 holiday destinations. Germany’s most popular leisure airline will be flying from Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Munich, Hamburg, Hanover, Stuttgart, Leipzig/Halle and Berlin-Schoenefeld to the most popular holiday regions, […]

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GBR: performance and outlook of the Greek hotel industry

GBR’s newsletter provides a snapshot of the performance and outlook of the Greek hotel industry, within the broader context of the international hospitality industry as well as of Greek tourism and Greek socio-economic developments. On December 8th, 2019 a patient in the city of Wuhan sought medical help for pneumonia-like symptoms. On December 31st Chinese […]

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TUI China starts business again and offers trips in China

TUI China resumes business operations and offers domestic travel for vacationers in China. Three months after the subsidiary of the TUI Group had to completely stop selling travel, TUI is now offering short trips to mountain and Chinese beach resorts under the brand “TUI Selection”. Programs for vacations in larger cities are also included in the portfolio. This […]

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Flight searches may be down but not for countries that ease restrictions, like Greece and Switzerland

Flight searches and bookings remain down, similar to the previous few weeks. As travel is essentially at a standstill, this is expected.  What is interesting is that while down, countries that have announced steps to reduce or ease their lockdowns, are slightly less down when compared to countries that are still in the midst of […]

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Sojern Research: Despite easing of lockdowns flights continue to plateau | Uptick for Greece and Switzerland

According to a new Sojern research while there are signs that some European countries are looking to incrementally relax their lockdowns, global flight searches and bookings continue to plateau. There are some small upticks—such as flight searches to Switzerland, and flight bookings to Greece—but overall, all countries are showing that flight searches and bookings well […]

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