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Tusk: Brexit Challenge Still Ahead, Next Phase for Talks

Satisfied with the progress made in Brexit talks thus far, European Council President Donald Tusk said the most difficult challenge still lies ahead.

Airline Executives Express Concerns Over Travel in post-Brexit Era

Airline executives are calling on the UK to come up with a post-Brexit regulation policy in order for the industry to continue operating as normal, following the country's exit from the EU.

Trivago Completes Integration of ‘HomeAway’ into Hotel Search Platform

Trivago has completed the technical integration of HomeAway’s vacation rental inventory into its hotel search platform.

Celestyal Cruises Appoints Andrew Magowan as Vice President Commercial Europe

Celestyal Cruises has appointed Andrew Magowan as the company’s new vice president commercial in the European region with a focus on the UK market.

Celestyal Cruises Partners with Hays Travel in UK Market

Celestyal Cruises and Hays Travel have entered into a partnership, which is expected to capture a wide UK audience and meet the increasing demand for cruises.

UK Mulling Over EU Visa-free Travel Post Brexit

The British government appears to be considering allowing EU nationals to travel to Britain without a visa, following UK's exit from the European Union.

Creta Maris Awarded for Staff Excellence

The Creta Maris Beach Resort was awarded by its guests with the “Quality Award 2016”, in the “Staff Service” category, in recognition of its staff excellence.

British Airways: UK Flights to Resume but Delays Still Expected

British Airways has warned of further flight delays and cancellations on Sunday at Heathrow and Gatwick airports in the UK, following a major IT failure.

British Airways Cancels All Heathrow, Gatwick Flights – Update

British Airways has cancelled all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports for the rest of the day (Saturday) due to an IT system failure.

British Airways Cancels Heathrow, Gatwick Flights Due to IT System Failure

British Airways has cancelled all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports in the UK until 6pm on Saturday, due a major IT system failure.

Thessaloniki Significantly Rises as a Business Destination

Thessaloniki, northern Greece registered a significant rise as a conference destination, moving up 65 places, from the 163rd position to the 78th.

Turkish Airlines Inaugurates ‘Stopover’ Service in Istanbul

Turkish Airlines is offering a "Stopover" service in Istanbul, for transfer passengers departing from Pakistan and having more than 20 hours connecting time, before arriving in the US or Schengen Countries.

Study Reveals European Youth Skeptical of EU and Democracy

For most young Europeans, the European Union is more of an economic alliance rather than an institution of shared values, while some believe their country should leave the EU, a study said.

UK Manufacturer ‘Chelsom’ Honored with Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Chelsom has been honored with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the "International Trade" category, in recognition of its outstanding export achievements.

‘Hypnos Contract Beds’ Wins Queen’s Award for Enterprises

Uk's luxury bed manufacturer Hypnos Contract Beds has been honored for its achievements in international trade at the Queen's Awards for Enterprise 2017.

UNWTO: China Remains World’s Top Tourism Spender

Tourism expenditure from major outbound markets reflected an increasing demand for international tourism in 2016, with China, the U.S. and Germany as the world's top spenders.

GfK: Greece Among Top Choices for Germans and Britons

Greece is among the most popular tourist destinations for holidaymakers from Germany and the UK, according to a recent report released by GfK.

UK Votes EU Away, Fears of Domino Effect Linger

Europe appears to be shocked at the decision of UK citizens to leave the EU voting by 51.9 percent for an exit while conservative parties across the 28-member bloc are now calling for referendums in their countries placing European unity at risk.

Half of 1m Refugees Cross into Europe via Lesvos in 2015

More than one million refugees have made their way to Europe this year, with the Greek island of Lesvos, opposite Turkey, bearing the brunt of the massive influx, according to the International Organisation for Migration (IOM).

WTM 2014: Pre-Bookings From the UK To Greece On The Up For 2015

An increase in pre-bookings from the United Kingdom to Greece for 2015 has been recorded, following a 16 percent increase in arrivals and a 20 percent rise in revenues in 2014, compared to 2013.