IHG has announced the continued growth of its two global brands, Holiday Inn Hotels and Resorts and Holiday Inn Express, following a flurry of signings and openings at airport locations across Europe.
Loganair, UK’s largest regional airline, has revealed its Summer 2022 schedule in which it will fly to 73 domestic and international destinations.
Cardiff Airport has confirmed plans of Ryanair to start flights between Dublin and Cardiff in October 2021.
Emirates has announced that it will be increasing frequency of flights to Dublin to Daily in October. The UAE carrier says that it is looking forward to connecting more passengers to and from the capital of Ireland via its Dubai hub.
Low-cost carrier Norwegian has announced that it will operate 142 weekly flights to the United Kingdom and Ireland from Scandinavia in 2022. The airline will be adding new flights in the market in Summer 2022.
Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced the opening of Holiday Inn Dublin Airport, in partnership with JMK Group.
The government of United Kingdom has published an update to its list of travel destinations under the traffic light system, via Twitter. Northern Ireland made the announcement first, with England, Wales and Scotland mirroring it.
British Airways has announced that it is launching 4 new routes from Belfast this summer, in order to support important business and tourism links between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom.
Finnair yesterday announced that it will re-start passenger flights from the UK and Ireland to Finland starting 25th January,2021.
United States’ president Joe Biden does not plan to lift the travel ban on non-US citizens arriving from Ireland, the United Kingdom, Brazil and other European countries.