All posts tagged "Northern Ireland"

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    Hannon Travel Expands into UK with New Belfast Office

    Hannon Travel, a leading corporate travel management company, is now expanding into the Northern Ireland and British...

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    Chinese Travel Agents Learn All About Ireland

    Some 50 Chinese travel professionals have been learning all about the island of Ireland at a training...

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    The Sky’s the Limit as Mount Charles Announces £30m BIA Contract Deal

    Mount Charles, Ireland’s independently-owned catering and support services company, has announced a major contract renewal with Belfast...

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    Finnair Extends ATTS Contract to Represent Airline in Northern Ireland

    Finnair has appointed ATTS Travel Representation Solutions to represent the airline in Northern Ireland, reinforcing its commitment...

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    Consort Travel Group Partners with Advantage Travel Partnership

    Consort Travel Group, an existing member of Advantage Travel Partnership, has appointed Advantage to manage the Northern...

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    Portstewart Golf Club to Host Dubai Duty Free Irish Open

    For the third time in the past six years the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open golf championship...

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    Dublin Airport Grows NI Resident Business by 37% in 2015

    A record 1.2 million Northern Ireland residents used Dublin Airport during 2015, which was a 37% increase...

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    TV3 Explores Why So Many Irish Have ‘Never Been North’

    Exploring Northern Ireland, travel journalist Ed Finn is much closer to home than usual in his latest...

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    Dublin Airport Increases Northern Ireland Business

    The number of Northern Ireland residents using Dublin Airport increased by 52 per cent to a record...

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    Northern Ireland Named in Top Ten in Europe

    Widely read and respected travel bible, Lonely Planet, has declared that Northern Ireland is a cool place to visit. One could be forgiven for thinking that this was a rather fair appraisal of the weather, but no – the magazine has given Northern Ireland its much coveted seal of approval. Together with...

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    Dublin Airport Increases Northern Ireland Passengers

    More than half a million Northern Ireland residents used Dublin Airport last year, a 15% increase on 2011, according to new figures from the Dublin Airport Authority. The growth in northern business was far in excess of the average at Dublin Airport in 2012, as total passenger numbers at the airport increased...

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    RCL Cruises Makes Dedicated Sales Appointment for Northern Ireland

    RCL Cruises Ltd has strengthened its sales support for trade partners in Northern Ireland by appointing Colin Rillie as a Key Account Manager across the Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises brands. Colin joins Lorraine Quinn and Jennifer Callister in maintaining the company’s position across Ireland and will be...

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    British Airways Hosts the NI Travel Trade

    Belfast’s magnificent new Titanic Centre was the venue for the British Airways Northern Ireland travel agents dinner on Wednesday. More than 150 agents enjoyed an evening of dinner, entertainment and lots of prizes to destinations on the airline’s network. Simon Daly, in welcoming his guests, said that British Airways was delighted to...

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    Stormont Assembly Abolishes Long-Haul APD

    The Stormont Assembly has passed the final stage of the Air Passenger Duty Bill, reducing the duty on long-haul flights from Northern Ireland airports to zero from January 2013. John Doran, Managing Director of Belfast International Airport, said: “Given the increasing differential with regard to direct long-haul air passenger duty levels between...

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    DAA Launches Ad Campaign in Northern Ireland

    The Dublin Airport Authority is launching its first major advertising campaign in Northern Ireland. The campaign is aimed at promoting Dublin Airport’s extensive range of direct long-haul and short-haul services to business and leisure travellers in the North. About half a million residents of Northern Ireland currently use Dublin Airport each year,...

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    Airline CEOs Respond to UK Budget

    Responding to the UK Budget, Carolyn McCall of easyJet, Willie Walsh of IAG, Michael O’Leary of Ryanair, and Steve Ridgway of Virgin Atlantic, jointly said: “At a time when the Government talks about creating jobs and growth, its blinkered insistence on further increases in Air Passenger Duty achieves precisely the opposite. “Youth...