Globus has unveiled a new look and feel for one of its brands, Cosmos. Nearly 60 years after its 1961 launch, the brand has been updated with a cleaner, more modern logo and new ‘Adventure is knocking’ tagline.
The Croatian National Tourist Board has appointed public relations consultancy Hills Balfour to manage its PR, social media and online communication strategies across Europe.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has stepped in to support holidaymakers who were booked to travel with the Holiday Place. The London-based company ceased trading earlier.
Flexiski has operated tailor-made short-stay ski holidays since 1990, and currently offers five high-quality chalets and over 175 hotels across 48 resorts in France, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Norway, Canada and Japan.
The Tui supervisory board has unanimously elected Dieter Zetsche to the role of chairman. He succeeds Klaus Mangold, who has stepped down from his position after eight years.
Jamaica has been selected to chair the United Nations World Tourism Organisation Regional Commission for the Americas. The Caribbean nation will lead the organisation for the biennium 2019-2021.
On the Beach Group has reported revenue of £63.5 million for the six months ended March 31st, an increase of 41 per cent when compared to the same period last year. Group gross profit increased five per cent, to £47.5 million, while group adjusted prof…
Niel Alobaidi will be taking up the position of chief executive of Newmarket Holidays in September. Alobaidi is currently managing director of Emirates Holidays in the UK and will become the first person to hold the role with Newmarket.
New analysis from KPMG UK finds the rising prominence of so-called ‘zombie firms’ – companies under sustained financial strain – is threatening to cause a significant drag-effect on the UK economy.
Two new appointments have added wide experience to Saga’s travel division, which provides holidays, cruises and city breaks for the over-50s.