New lifeboat loading policy for cruise ships

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) and European Cruise Council (ECC) oceangoing member lines will implement an additional safety procedure regarding the loading of lifeboats as part of cre...

Royal expands Oasis-class dining options

Royal Caribbean International has continued their commitment to enhance onboard dining options for their passengers with the addition of Oasis-class dining across more of their fleet.

Fiji from underwater

Diving under the crystal clear water brings a sense of calm, but not for long. Fish start swarming from every angle.

Experiencing China’s wonderwall

Two large red doors adorned with golden knobs and an ornamental door knock greets me. This is the ‘doorway to heaven’ I am told. Eager to see what is on the other side, I reach up to the heavy door k...

Dreamliner steers towards United

United Airlines has taken ownership of its first 787 Dreamliner, the first of five new aircraft to enter the carrier’s fleet this year.

Carnival’s Dreamy drydock

Carnival Dream set sail on her first cruise post-drydock on 22 September with a host of new Fun Ship 2.0 features including ‘Blue Iguana Tequila Bar’, ‘Red Frog Rum Bar’ and the ‘Cherry on Top’ candy...

Air Canada signs Irish accord, creates new jobs

The Canadian airline has signed an interline agreement with Aer Lingus to complement its existing Toronto-Dublin service and provide greater connections between Ireland and Canada.

Time for tourism to get tweeting

Social media is more than just a means of sharing experiences and thoughts with family and friends; it is a vital tool that can help tourism businesses communicate with the public during times of dev...