International Ambitions For Flynas

Saudi low cost carrier Flynas outlined its international ambitions with details of upcoming services to London and Manchester. The airline also revealed plans for more long-haul routes to key markets in Africa, Asia and Europe. Jeddah – London (Gatwick) From 8 April 2014, the airline will operate a 3-times weekly, non-stop flight between Jeddah and … Continue reading

Costa Cruises Prepares To Celebrate 65th Anniversary, Highlights 2014 Deployment Plans

Italy’s Costa Cruises is preparing to celebrate 65 years in the industry, which takes place on 31 March 2013. Special events have been planned to take place on all 14 vessels of the fleet and the line has also announced its cruise program for 2014, presenting over 1,000 voyages visiting 250 destinations from 44 different … Continue reading

New Itineraries From Costa Cruises For Winter 2013/2014

Italian cruise line Costa Crociere has unveiled new itineraries for the 2013/2014 winter season. Focusing on emerging markets together with popular destinations, highlights for the voyages include ports in the Canary Islands and North Africa, the Middle East, eastern and western Mediterranean, the Caribbean and South America.   Canary Islands, North Africa and Middle East … Continue reading

Etihad Airways Revamps First Class Dining

Etihad Airways has enhanced the dining experience for guests flying in Diamond First class. The Abu Dhabi-based airline has introduced qualified chefs onboard selected routes and undergone a complete redesign of the menu to offer greater choice and flavours.   First Class Chefs Nearly 110 qualified chefs, trained under reputable culinary institutions and/or apprenticeships with … Continue reading

Hyatt Takes Over Management Of Dar Es Salaam Property

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has expanded its presence into a gateway city in East Africa with the commencement of operations for the Hyatt Regency Dar Es Salaam The Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Located on Kivukoni Street in the heart of the city, the hotel was originally built by the Tanzanian government in 1965, before being purchased by … Continue reading