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Ryanair Cancels 190 Flights Grounding 30,000 Passengers on Friday

Ryanair Cancels 190 Flights Grounding 30,000 Passengers on Friday

26.09.2018

Ryanair has cancelled 190 of its 2,400 scheduled flights (8%) on Friday blaming strikes by cabin crew based in Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Portugal, Italy and Germany,reported aviationavoice.com.

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Margus Sameli to start work as director of Enterprise Estonia's tourism development center

Margus Sameli to start work as director of Enterprise Estonia's tourism development center

25.09.2018

Margus Sameli, who has a longstanding international communications business background, is to start work as the new director of Enterprise Estonia's tourism development center.

airBaltic Receives Twelfth Airbus A220-300 Aircraft

airBaltic Receives Twelfth Airbus A220-300 Aircraft

25.09.2018

Latvian airline airBaltic on September 22, 2018 in Riga welcomed its twelfth Airbus A220-300 jet, registered as YL-CSN. By the end of 2018, airBaltic plans to have a total of 14 Airbus A220-300 aircraft in its fleet, informed airBaltic representative.


New, digital, life given to Vilnius’ image of Divine Mercy as Pope’s visit to Lithuanian capital nears

New, digital, life given to Vilnius’ image of Divine Mercy as Pope’s visit to Lithuanian capital nears

21.09.2018

With only 24 hours to go until the arrival of Pope Francis, Lithuania’s capital city is hoping to bring religion into the digital age with their exciting new virtual reality project – a 3D version of the Shrine of Divine Mercy, complete with the world-famous image of Divine Mercy. Different versions of the painting can be found in Catholic churches throughout the world, although few know it originated in Vilnius. Pedro López Quintana, Apostolic Nuncio to Lithuania, and Gintaras Grušas, the Archbishop of Vilnius, have already experienced the project through virtual reality.

Small Planet Airlines will restructure its German business

Small Planet Airlines will restructure its German business

19.09.2018

Small Planet Germany GmbH, a part of Small Planet Group, has commenced a restructuring process. The German Civil Aviation Authority has no objections that the Air Operator’s License will remain in place and therefore, all scheduled flights of Small Planet Airlines GmbH will continue to operate as before, Small Planet Airlines informed BC,


18.09.2018

First Holiday Inn hotel in Latvia to open in Preses Nams high-rise in 2022

The first Holiday Inn hotel in Latvia, located in the Preses Nams high-rise in Riga, is to open in September 2022, British hospitality company InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) representative Liga Tregere told LETA.

18.09.2018

Vilnius: Your New Pilgrimage Destination

In preparation for Pope Francis’ visit to Lithuania on 22-23 September, Vilnius is inviting visitors from all over the world to discover the city’s pilgrimage routes and the hidden gems of its sacral heritage, informed Go Vilinius representative.

18.09.2018

Number of passengers carried by airBaltic grows 18% in eight months

Latvia’s airBaltic carrier flew 2,770,047 passengers in the first eight months of 2018, up 18% against the same period a year ago, BC was told at the company.

18.09.2018

Accorhotels hotel to be built in Tallinn reaches full height

A 12 mln euro hotel building of the French hotel chain Accorhotels to be built on Juhkentali Street in Tallinn has reached its full height, informed LETA/BNS.

17.09.2018

Car travel dominates EU inland passenger journeys – Eurostat

It is European mobility week from 16 to 22 September, 2018, and the focus this year is on mixing different modes of transport within the same journey or on different trips.

14.09.2018

Tallinn opens Tammsaare Park after 6.3 mln euros overhaul

Managers of Tallinn on Friday, September 14, 2018, opened the Tammsaare Park in the city center after a 6.3 mln euro overhaul, informs LETA/BNS.

13.09.2018

Vilnius selected as one of 34 World Heritage sites in the EU featured in ‘World Heritage Journeys’ sustainable travel web platform

Coinciding with the European Heritage Days celebrations, UNESCO will launch the first-ever web platform dedicated to World Heritage and sustainable travel. Supported by the European Union, the platform features 34 selected World Heritage sites spread across 19 European Union countries, and has been developed in collaboration with National Geographic, BK learned from Go Vilnius.

13.09.2018

Kiel marks 150th cruise ship call this season

Kiel, September 11th, 2018: The cruise ship “Aurora”, part of the fleet of the English shipping company P&O Cruises, arrived early Tuesday morning for her first visit to the Kiel Fiord. The ship’s maiden call also marked the 150th visit to Kiel this year by a cruise ship.

13.09.2018

Riga International Airport sees 17% rise in passenger volumes in first eight months

In the first seven months of this year, passenger turnover at Riga International Airport increased by 17% against the same period last year to 4.722 mln people, the airport informed.

12.09.2018

Ryanair Threatens to Cut German Jobs as Strike to Ground 150 Flights

Ryanair says it will cancel 150 flights out of 400 scheduled to fly to and from Germany on Wednesday due to a 24-hour strike by pilots and cabin crew, reported Aviation Voice.

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