Despite the uncertainty caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and the ongoing threat of COVID-19, the desire across Europe for intra-European travel is undoubtedly strong.
Three in four Europeans intend to take a trip in the next six months, with Mediterranean destinations having the highest appeal. This is according to the latest research on ‘Monitoring Sentiment for Domestic and Intra-European Travel – Wave 11’ by the European Travel Commission (ETC), which provides insights on Europeans' short-term travel intentions and preferences during the COVID-19 pandemic1.
On May 03, Eurowings held a press conference in Athens to reveal its massive expansion across Greece.
In force from March 15, Germany’s Munich Airport’s new summer schedule is expected to include over 250,000 flights by 91 airlines to 246 destinations across 68 countries.
Emirates Palace reported an increase of 20 percent in its occupancy levels during the months of June and July.
Dubai's smiling mascot Modhesh has returned to entertain families and children this summer with an enhanced line-up of activities, as well as the chance to connect with guests on a personal level at edutainment workshops and seminars focussing on promoting happiness and innovation, under the theme My Modhesh. My World.
Finavia, operator of Helsinki Airport, has decided to further enhance its climate programme, with the aim of reducing its carbon dioxide emissions caused by the operations of its 21 airports to zero by 2020.
Egyptair Cargo has signed a memorandum of understanding with va-Q-tec, a provider of advanced containers for the temperature-controlled transport of pharmaceuticals, enabling the carrier to introduce an additional specialised freight service this summer.
Costa Cruises and the City of Turin have partnered to create a unique experience for guests on Costa's flagship, Costa Diadema.