Ryanair has launched £21.99 rescue fares on its Belfast – Alicante service to accommodate customers affected by Aer Lingus’ cancellation of September flights to/from Alicante…
The £21.99 rescue fares are on sale now on the Ryanair website, for travel in September and October, but must be booked by midnight Sunday (9 July).
Aer Lingus has apologised to customers after it cancelled all its September flights to Majorca and Alicante from Belfast…
The summertime routes were due to end in late September but due to poor seat sales, the airline is stopping the service at the end of August.
George Best Belfast City Airport is celebrating after winning three prominent awards in the last number of weeks for its ambitious and successful community and employee initiatives…
The airport was named the ‘Right Place to Work’ at the acclaimed Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards, the ‘Responsible Company of the Year 2017’ at the annual Business in the Community Responsible Business Awards and Paula Bittles, Executive Assistant, was crowned the first-ever ‘Unsung Hero’ at the British-Irish Expo Awards.
Nashville in Concert at the SSE Arena was a sell-out, with the super fans of the show snapping up the tickets as soon as they went on sale. LAUREN DEEGAN of Northern Ireland Travel News was among a selection of lucky Travel Trade attendees invited to the sell-out show in Belfast recently…
I was super excited to be invited to attend the concert as I had missed out on getting my hands on some tickets when they went on sale… my aunt and I are both huge country music fans (and she is an even bigger fan of the show than me) so I was thrilled to be able to bring her!
The tourists and their selfies have spoken! So which popular landmarks have made the cut?
With summer holidays just around the corner, the excited tourist within us all is gearing up for a season full of culture, great food, sunshine and sightseeing. As our holidays arrive we are prepared to document the whole journey through our mobile phones; sharing our inspirational travels across our social media platforms.
It all began with the very first holiday customers in June 2007, and yesterday Jet2holidays celebrated its 10th anniversary at Belfast International Airport with customers and staff….
To mark the occasion, Jet2holidays staff and Belfast International Airport staff cut a specially created cake which was handed out to departing customers.
Stena Line, Emirates, Blue Insurance and the Europa Hotel, Belfast were just some of the top travel favourites to take home awards from this year’s Travel Media Awards, which took place in the five-star Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin today…
Stena Line, Emirates, Blue Insurance and the Europa Hotel, Belfast were just some of the top travel favourites to take home awards from this year’s Travel Media Awards, which took place in the five-star Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin today.
Belfast International Airport is expected to deal with a record 2.3 million passengers between now and the end of September…
The peak months of July and August will see the Airport welcome over 1.2 million passengers through its doors en route to and from a wide range of UK and international points.
June 2017 ‘An Agent Abroad’ winner, Golf enthusiast KALLAM CRAIGS from Chaka Travel, says South Africa’s Western Cape needs to be seen to be truly appreciated…
Where to start! What a trip, what a country, what a dream! It’s an understatement to say the pictures don’t do South Africa’s Western Cape justice, it needs to be seen to be truly appreciated.
Our trip started in Cape Town, where we enjoyed the first of many fabulous dinners, at the Radisson Blu in the V&A Waterfront area. The V&A Waterfront is the perfect location to start a trip in Cape Town, with a wide range of top quality hotels, bars, restaurants and shops all with stunning views of the harbour and Table Mountain.
With summer just around the corner, many holidaymakers may be planning to pack up their car and head to the continent for a self-drive holiday…
However, as European driving laws can sometimes vary significantly when compared to those in the UK, many drivers may feel uneasy at the thought of getting behind the wheel.