Travel Industry News at since 1997. Interviews, podcasts, videos, pictures and more

Search Travel News Asia for: "Canary Islands"

Search Results
Your search for Canary Islands found the following documents (of 52086 documents searched):
Displaying documents 1-8 of 159, with best matches first:

1. Ryanair to Open 3 New Bases on Canary Islands
Ryanair to Open 3 New Bases on Canary Islands. Ryanair is to open three new bases on the Canary Islands in summer 2011. The low cost airline will base six aircraft across Gran Canaria (2 ac), Lanzarote (2 ac) and Tenerife (2 ac) from February 2011 while also increasing Fuerteventura routes and frequencies. Ryanair will operate 112 routes to/from the Canary Islands
2. HECANSA Partners eRevMax to Improve Hospitality Education in Canary Islands
HECANSA (Hotel Schools of the Canary Islands S.A.) - a company dependent on the Government of the Canary Islands (Board of Tourism) - has signed a partnership agreement with eRevMax to bring new online distribution technologies to the Canaries. HECANSA will utilize RateTiger Suite for its two hotel schools to further the students education in the Distribution and Revenue Managemen
3. Karma Group and Enduria Travel to Acquire and Operate Resorts in Canary Islands
The Karma Group has entered into a strategic alliance with Enduria Travel to acquire and operate resorts in the Canary Islands. The attractive year-round climate of the Islands, especially during the European winter, coupled with their accessibility and natural beauty, has seen tourism flourish as they become the destination of choice for many who may otherwise have visited Morocco
4. SAS to Launch Stockholm-Tenerife and Gothenburg-Gran Canaria in October
SAS has unveiled plans to launch two new routes to the Canary Islands with direct flights to Tenerife from Stockholm, and to Gran Canaria from Gothenburg. The new services are scheduled to take off on 30 October 2021. Published by on 6 August 2021.
5. Ryanair Adjusts Optional Checked-In Bag Fees
Ryanair Adjusts Optional Checked-In Bag Fees. Ryanair has confirmed that its optional checked-in bag fees will return to 15 (per bag) and 25 (for heavy bags) for travel from 1 September 2010 onwards on all routes except international routes to/from the Canary Islands, which will remain at 20 (per bag) and 30 (heavy bag).
6. British Airways Increases Frequencies to Holiday Destinations
Following the UK government's announcement that Britons will be able to travel for leisure to a select number of destinations from 17 May, British Airways has added new services to holiday destinations. The 26 additional weekly frequencies will include destinations across Greece, the Canary Islands and Turkey to popular holiday hot spots including Corfu, Kos, Paphos, Rhodes, Lanzar
7. Binter Orders Six More ATR 72-600s
Spain's Canary Islands airline Binter has signed an agreement for the purchase of six additional new ATR 72-600 aircraft. The order follows its first batch for six ATR 72-600s in February 2014, bringing total orders for ATR aircraft to thirty.
8. Binter Takes Delivery of First of Twelve ATR 72-600s
The Spanish airline Binter, based in the Canary Islands, has taken delivery of the very first of its 12 ATR 72-600s ordered through two different contracts signed in 2014 and earlier this year. With the introduction of these new ATR -600s series aircraft the airline will progressively upgrade its current fleet, consisting of 16 ATR 72-500s. Binter, which is a long-standing ATR op

Documents 1-8 of 159 displayed.

Results Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 [ Next >> ]

Travel News Asia - Home Page

Contact Details | Privacy | About Us | Copyright © 1997 - 2022 - - All rights reserved.