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IATA projects US$27.8b revenue loss for carriers in Asia-Pacific region
IATA says its initial assessment of the impact of the coronavirus outbreak shows a potential 13% full-year loss of passenger demand for carriers in the Asia-Pacific region.
Asia, Europe 2018 lineups new from Busabout
Busabout’s new Asia 2018 program includes the new ‘Unlimited Pass’, offering clients the chance to travel once on all Busabout Asia trips within a three-month period.
Goway’s South Pacific Sampler is back
Goway Travel has reintroduced its three-stop vacation to New Zealand, Australia, and Tahiti.
Asia by Goway launches Romance Thailand campaign
Asia by Goway has launched its Romance Thailand Campaign with bonus upgrade offers.
Globus announces new 2018 Asia itineraries and 5% EBB
Globus family of brands is shining the spotlight on Asia in 2018, with several new itineraries to some of the region’s hottest destinations.
India in high demand, says Contiki, after launching new 2018 Asia program
Contiki’s 2018 Asia program keeps getting bigger and better, with the launch of a new 10-day ‘In-Depth Discoverer’ trip to India.
Silk Holidays tees up with Asia’s largest golf company
Silk Holidays has teamed up with Golfasian giving Silk Holiday clients the opportunity to experience some of the world’s best golf resorts, says the tour operator.
Asia deals all through August with On The Go Tours
All Asia group tours are 20% off through the end of August with On The Go Tours.
More Europe plus Asia, South America in the cards for WestJet with new Dreamliner order
WestJet is pushing ahead with international expansion plans, signing on for up to 20 new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.
Four Princess ships heading to Australia, NZ and South Pacific
Princess Cruises will introduce the 3,560-guest Majestic Princess in Australia for its inaugural season, calling Australia home.
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