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The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) have welcomed the move by the Tánaiste Simon Coveney which has ensured Irish tourists currently in Spain and who want to fly home can do so by midnight Thursday. The Tanaiste engaged with his Spanish counterpart and with Aer Lingus and Ryanair to secure this.
Are you planning a dream holiday, a family getaway, honeymoon, a beautiful European or worldwide cruise, or an exciting adventure tour? Then the Holiday and Honeymoon Expo, taking place in the Salthill Hotel on Sunday September 22 from 12 noon to 5pm hosted by Galway’s expert travel agencies Fahy Travel and Corrib Travel, is the place to be. With more than 35 travel exhibitors offering expert advice on the most stunning destinations around the world, holiday seekers will find out about the new trends for 2020 and pick up some ideas for a dream holiday.
A group of Canadian travel agents has been exploring Mayo and the island of Ireland this week – as guests of Tourism Ireland, Fáilte Ireland, Tourism NI and Air Canada.
Leading Tour Operator TUI, today announced they are adding Majorca to their summer programme from Ireland West Airport Knock for summer 2018.
Less than four months since announcing its entry into Ireland, the global hotel industry’s leading cloud platform, SiteMinder, opened its sleek new office in Galway as it gets set to reach its target of creating 100 jobs. The company, considered one of the top 20 technology pioneers to come out of Australia, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its waterfront office space in Dockgate with the Mayor of Galway City, Councillor Noel Larkin.
Irish Ferries had reason to celebrate after making history at the 25th Silver Jubilee Irish Travel Trade News Awards.
The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) has welcomed the growing number of Irish residents heading overseas on holiday, as unveiled last week in the CSO Household Travel Survey. The results of the survey show that 1.5 million outbound trips were undertaken by Irish residents in Q1 2016, an increase of 12.8 per cent over the same period last year.
An Australian computer technology firm has announced 100 jobs for Galway, with more expected to be confirmed should the company hit the ground running as expected.
The Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) has expressed concern that a Brexit could lead to increased regulations for Irish travel agents and higher travel costs for Irish consumers travelling to and from the UK and Northern Ireland.
The promotion of Mayo as tourism destination was given another bump recently with Tourism Ireland arranged visits to the county for a major US tour operator and the Indian edition of the Lonely Plant Magazine which as 100,000 readers.