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flydubai LAUNCHES FLIGHTS TO CLUJ-NAPOCA, ROMANIA

flydubai, the Dubai-based airline, today announced the launch of flights to Cluj-Napoca in Romania. The airline will operate twice-weekly flights between Dubai International (DXB) and Avram Iancu International Airport Cluj (CLJ) starting from 20 March 2021.

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Christian Stan, on 25 Feb. 21, No Comments

MANDARIN ORIENTAL TO DEBUT IN DA NANG, VIETNAM IN 2024

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group announces that it will manage a new luxury resort with branded residences in Da Nang, one of Vietnam’s most popular leisure destinations. The project is scheduled to open in 2024.

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PULLMAN DUBAI DOWNTOWN IS NOW OPEN

Twenty14 Holdings, an Abu Dhabi-based hospitality company that owns assets throughout the globe has partnered with Accor, a world-leading augmented hospitality group, to open a new Pullman in one of the most sought-after locations in Dubai, Business Bay.

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Christian Stan, on 24 Feb. 21, No Comments

flydubai PREPARES FOR BOEING 737 MAX TO REJOIN ITS FLEET

Following the announcement by the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) outlining the return to service criteria for the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, flydubai will start the process of preparing the aircraft for passenger service.

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Christian Stan, on 23 Feb. 21, No Comments

HILTON ABU DHABI YAS ISLAND IS NOW OPEN

Hilton Abu Dhabi Yas Island is a 545-room hotel, with multiple dining options, a kids’ club, beach club, and a spa and fitness centre. The property also hosts a multi-purpose conference centre and is designed to help reduce water and power consumption, according to a Hilton press release.

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Christian Stan, on 22 Feb. 21, No Comments

MELIA KOH SAMUI COMES TO RESCUE TO FEED ELEPHANTS DURING THESE TIMES

The first Meliá resort to open in Thailand has provided land for a community farm to help feed elephants rescued from exploitation activities.

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Christian Stan, on 18 Feb. 21, No Comments

EXPEDIA GROUP RELEASES TRENDS AND PREDICTIONS FOR 2021

Expedia Group released its 2021 Travel Trends Report, highlighting the critical role travel will play in bringing people together following nearly a year of relative isolation. The report* contains findings from a study of 2,200 Americans in partnership with data intelligence firm Morning Consult, which explored how COVID-19 has influenced trip plans and the way consumers feel about travel in the year ahead. In combination with proprietary data from Brand Expedia®, Expedia Group™ Media Solutions, Travelocity®, and Vrbo®, the report provides a broad outlook on travel and industry recovery in 2021.

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Christian Stan, on 17 Feb. 21, No Comments

SINGAPORE RESIDENTS TO ENJOY EXTENDED SEASON WITH QUANTUM OF THE SEAS

Royal Caribbean International announced the extension of the Singapore season for Quantum of the Seas, one of Asia’s largest and most revolutionary ships. This follows the success of the safe cruises pilot programme, which launched in December 2020. With this extension, Royal Caribbean will deploy Quantum for an additional three months in Singapore between 22 March 2021 and 21 June 2021.

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Christian Stan, on 16 Feb. 21, No Comments

MOXY SOUTH BEACH CELEBRATES MIAMI’S COSMOPOLITAN CULTURE

Miami’s Art Deco District lights up with the opening of Moxy Miami South Beach. Lightstone, the developers behind three award-winning Moxy hotels in New York City, has created a stylish, playful open-air concept celebrating Miami’s cosmopolitan culture and breezy outdoor living.

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Christian Stan, on 15 Feb. 21, No Comments

SIX SENSES BOTANIQUE DEBUTS IN BRAZIL

Today marks the official entry of Six Senses Botanique into the Six Senses portfolio. This emerald gem is located 2.5 hours from São Paulo and 3.5 hours from Rio de Janeiro. It lies at the confluence of three river valleys in the heart of the Mantiqueira Mountains, known as the “mountains that weep” due to the abundance of springs and rivers. For Six Senses Botanique, however, there is plenty to be happy about.

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Christian Stan, on 12 Feb. 21, No Comments