All posts tagged "Shanghai"

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    Tourism Ireland Wins Gold Award in China

    Tourism Ireland has won a gold award for marketing the island of Ireland at a travel awards...

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    Guiness Storehouse Joins Tourism Ireland Sales Mission to China

    Preparations are well under way for Tourism Ireland’s Chinese sales mission where the Guinness Storehouse will join...

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    Caribbean Princess Sails into Dublin

    Caribbean Princess sailed into Dublin Port on her ‘British Isles’ cruise, under the command of Captain Giorgio...

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    BA London – Shanghai Service to Go Daily

    British Airways has confirmed that it will offer its passengers a daily service to Shanghai from the end of March 2013. The increase from six flights a week to seven comes at a time when BA is extending its network to China, with a new three times a week route to Chengdu...

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    Shanghai to Extend Visa-Free Stays to 72 Hours

    From 1st January 2013, Shanghai is to extend visa-free stays to 72 hours for passengers from 45 countries. The 45 countries covered by the 72-hour visa-free policy are: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan,...

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    Etihad Increases Premium Class Baggage Allowance by 10kg

    Etihad Airways has increased baggage allowances for all Pearl Business class and Diamond First class guests by 10kg, bringing the Pearl allowance to 40kg and the Diamond allowance to 50kg. Members of the Etihad Guest frequent flyer programme travelling in the Diamond First class or Pearl Business class cabins also have additional...

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    Silversea Offers Bridge Sailings for 2012

    In 2012,  Silversea Cruises will offer its most expansive collection of Bridge Sailings ever. Spanning the world from Auckland and Shanghai to Rio and Monte Carlo, 56 voyages will feature a bridge enrichment programme. Though guests are welcome to play bridge on any Silversea cruise, a Bridge Sailing features a formal programme...

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    Set-back for China’s High-speed Train Programme

    Safety systems on China’s much publicised high-speed train network are now under review following Saturday night’s accident near Wenzhou on the Beijing – Shanghai line in which at least 35 people died and 210 were injured. Like many before, a train lost power on a viaduct, but this time the following train...