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Cyprus removed from safe travel list for British holidaymakers

Cyprus removed from safe travel list for British holidaymakers

Aida Cruises cancels sailings in November

Cyprus removed from safe travel list for British holidaymakers

TUI River Cruises to put summer 2022 on sale next week

Heger to return to Swan Hellenic ahead of relaunch

New tourism promotion campaign for Mauritius

UNWTO expects international arrivals to slump 70 per cent in 2019

Princess Cruises cancels Australia trips until May

Jamaica Cares insurance programme to protect against Covid-19

UNWTO expects international arrivals to slump 70 per cent in 2019

Saudi Arabia reiterates call for foreign investment in hospitality sector

Red Sea Development to drive tourism in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia on track to meet visitor ambitions

World Dream arrives in Singapore ahead of relaunch

Saudi Arabia reiterates call for foreign investment in hospitality sector

World Dream arrives in Singapore ahead of relaunch

United States cruise sector could return by December

Palm Fountain recognised as biggest in the world

Virgin Atlantic to return to two more Caribbean destinations

Canary Islands added to UK quarantine-free list

Scottish hospitality industry launches legal action against government

Princess hands over two ships to P&O Cruises Australia

Swan Hellenic orders third Vega-class ship as return nears

South Africa to offer long-term residents post-Covid-19 access

EY reveals sharp increase in travel company profit warnings

Swan Hellenic orders third Vega class ship as return nears

Marella Cruises extends booking flexibility offer

MSC Magnifica returns to service in Europe

MSC Magnifica returns to service in Europe

British Museum holds on to tourism top spot

Red Sea Development signs new Saudi partner

Red Sea Development signs new Saudi partner

Portsmouth welcomes first international cruise in seven months

American Cruise Lines prepares to welcome American Melody

Spanish archipelagos strike tourism deal with central government