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We may not be able to travel very far at the moment, but Galway is the place to be according to readers of prestigious travel magazine Condé Nast Traveller, who have named it the friendliest city in Europe in the annual Readers' Choice Awards.
InflightFlix International, the Irish provider of destination video guides to the airline industry has announced that it is to distribute its destination video guides promoting great Ireland experiences, which includes Mayo, to the inflight entertainment companies of all 29 airlines with Inflight Entertainment that fly to Ireland.
InflightFlix International, the Irish provider of destination video guides to the airline industry is to distribute its destination video guides promoting great Ireland experiences, which includes Galway city and county, to the inflight entertainment companies of all 29 airlines with Inflight Entertainment that fly to Ireland.
A major tourism push for 2020 kicked off recently when 80 Irish tourism businesses – including Westport House and Hotel Westport – joined Tourism Ireland in London, at this year’s World Travel Market (WTM).
Galway’s novel street entertainment has helped the city be named the fourth best city in the world to visit in 2020 by Lonely Planet – coming in ahead of cities like Vancouver and Denver. The accolade comes just two months before controversial busking bye-laws are introduced in the city. The leading travel media company unveiled the accolade on Monday night in the prestigious Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2020 – its collection of the world’s hottest trends, destinations and experiences for the coming year.
Ireland West Airport announced a major boost for the West of Ireland this week with the news that Ryanair will commence a new direct service from Cologne in Germany, starting in June next year.
It is what we always knew, but now it is official - Galway is one of the most friendly cities in the world.
Representatives of the Castlebar Municipal District and Mayo County Council, who are in New York for the St Patrick’s Day period, met senior executives from Tourism Ireland in New York this week. They were briefed on Tourism Ireland’s extensive promotional programme for 2017, which is in full swing right now.
2016 was a record-breaking year at Ireland West Airport with passenger numbers exceeding 730,000 for the first time in the airport’s 31-year history.
016 has proven to be a record breaking year at Ireland West Airport with passenger numbers exceeding 730,000 for the first time in the airport’s 31-year history. In 2016, the annual number of passengers using the airport increased by seven per cent to 734,031, an increase of 48,563 passengers compared to 2015.