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Travel operators discuss financial crisis at meeting

At the first ITB Asia travel show this month, travel operators discussed the financial crisis and global travel.

London hotels affected by economic crisis

The recent collapse of Lehman Brothers and the deepening financial crisis have hit London hotel occupancy rates.

Expedia opens online inventory to travel agents

For the first time, Expedia is giving UK high street agents direct access to the inventory on its website.

Ryanair asks fair trade office to investigate fuel prices

The budget carrier is calling for an investigation into prices for fuel at Belfast City and Glasgow Prestwick airports.

Jumeirah Group plans luxury Glasgow hotel

UAE-based Jumeirah has announced that it will build a 25-story hotel in Glasgow’s Argyle Street.

St Gallen opens first zero star hotel

Fifteen guests stayed the night in a former nuclear bunker, newly decorated and fitted out as a budget hotel.

Prince of Wales urges more attention on tourism impact

The Prince stressed the need for the tourism industry to make heroic efforts to reduce its impact on the environment.

Virtual strip search trial at three Australian airports

Australia’s government invites air travellers to participate in new ‘virtual strip search’ security screening.

Ryanair expands services at Shannon

Ryanair will be increasing its workforce by 100 at Shannon Airport, and adding two new routes, from November.

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