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Sushisamba coming to the Palm Tower, Palm Jumeirah

Nakheel has confirmed the Sushisamba restaurant is to open on the 51st floor of the Palm Tower, 220 metres above the world-famous Palm Jumeirah in Dubai.Sushisamba, which currently operates in London, Miami, Las Vegas and Amsterdam, has partnered with Dubai’s…

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South African Tourism meets with Riyadh travel partners

South African Tourism’s Middle East, India and South East Asia (MEISEA) hub recently concluded a visit to the Saudi Arabian capital, Riyadh, where they met key travel partners.The engagements come after the recent visa waiver announcement by the Department of…

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Candela appointed chief executive at Level

Fernando Candela, currently the chief executive of Iberia Express, is to become the new chief executive of Level.He has been in his current role at Iberia Express for six years and was previously director of planning and management control at…

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in South America

Trans Guyana Airways launches new Amsterdam connection

Trans Guyana Airways has announced a new route to Guyana from Amsterdam International Airport Schiphol.Launched in in collaboration with KLM, the route will launch on Sunday.Flying to Eugene F. Correia International Airport (Ogle, Guyana) through Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport…

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in Oceania

Eleven Experience signs for Cedar Lodge, New Zealand

Eleven Experience has acquired Cedar Lodge on the South Island of New Zealand.The property will be operated as an Eleven Experience Lodge in collaboration with the previous owners for the upcoming fishing season.Cedar Lodge has long been renowned for its…

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in North America

American Cruise Lines honoured by Time magazine

American Cruise Lines’ latest modern riverboat, American Song, has been selected for Time magazine’s World’s Greatest Places list.The annual list highlights 100 destinations around the world that are breaking new ground, leading industry trends and offering visitors an extraordinary experience,…

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CAA warns schools to ensure ATOL protection for overseas travel

As schools begin the academic year and consider organising school trips, the UK Civil Aviation Authority is warning parents and teachers to check any overseas travel is ATOL protected before booking.The Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing scheme financially protects package trips,…

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