Cycas Hospitality recently signed a hotel management agreement to take over the management of the design-led Bankside Hotel - part of Marriott International’s Autograph Collection.
On June 03, Portland, Oregon became the newest destination on the British Airways (BA) route map as flight BA0267 touched down at Portland International Airport (PDX) at 17.05 local time.
Hyatt Corporation recently announced the opening of the 225-room Hyatt Regency London Stratford and the 127-room Hyatt House London Stratford in the heart of London’s luxury shopping and popular entertainment complex, Westfield Stratford City. The openings further demonstrate Hyatt’s commitment to growing its brand presence in Europe and strengthening its brands in the UK’s capital.
British Airways (BA) has raised over GBP898,000 for Red Nose Day this year, bringing their total funds to over GBP26 million for Flying Start, through its global charity partnership with Comic Relief that first began in 2010.
Marriott International recently announced that it has signed a management agreement with Cola Holdings and The Westbury Hotel Limited to bring the storied St. Regis brand to the well-heeled area of Mayfair, London.
British Airways (BA) has appointed four new leaders to its management committee as the airline accelerates its recovery and the delivery of its new business strategy following the most challenging period in its history.
Iberia Express and ParkVia have partnered to offer a service to the airline’s passengers to compare and choose a range of parking options at the airports where Iberia Express operates.
The British Motor Museum has announced a schedule of over 30 motoring shows including several new events for this year. This is a sizable increase on previous years and is testament to the popularity and demand for events at the Museum.
WestJet recently announced route details for its new non-stop service to London's Heathrow Airport (LHR), from the airline's largest, global hub, Calgary International Airport.
UK-based domestic airlines will see the reduction in domestic air passenger duty (APD) as a vital boost to the aviation industry. With demand for domestic trips rising, combined with the halving of APD in 2023, airlines could benefit extensively, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.