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Michele J. Hooper has been elected as an independent director on the board for United Continental Holdings.

IPK International, a travel data provider, revealed at this year’s ITB Berlin exhibition that 2017 has been an exceptionally strong year for international travel. According to IPK, Europe is the main growth driver as both a source market and destination.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car revealed that it has signed a new three-year agreement to continue as an official UEFA Europa League partner.

Robust revenue growth and cost savings helped European hotels record a 16 percent year-on-year increase in profit per room during January, signalling a strong start to 2018, according to the latest worldwide poll by benchmarking service HotStats.

Customers across Europe are now more hesitant to commit to an online booking than this time last year, as shown by soaring website abandonment rates within the travel industry.

Europe welcomed 671 million international tourist arrivals in 2017, representing an eight percent growth compared to 2016.

Ryanair is due to visit South Africa from February 19 – 21 to recruit local engineers interested in working in Ireland, the UK and across Europe.

Expanding its Middle East operations, Ryanair has launched its first flights to Jordan with 14 new routes to Amman and Aqaba, which are expected to deliver almost 500,000 passengers annually.

easyJet has announced two new summer routes from Edinburgh. The airline will now connect Scotland with Jersey in the Channel Islands and Seville in Spain.

Ryanair released its December 2017 statistics conveying a traffic growth of three percent to 9.3 million passengers.