Embracing the latest technology, London City Airport has launched a new service offering automated flight updates to passengers via social media.
World Travel Market (WTM), which will take place from 2nd to 5th November, is the leading global event for the travel industry to network with industry professionals and conduct business deals. Bringing together travel professionals from 186 countries and regions to London, WTM boasts an unparalleled global reach. It only takes 15 minutes to reach WTM’s venue, ExCel London, from London City Airport on the Docklands Light Railway, making it the number one choice for attendees.
London City Airport welcomed a whopping 406,968 passengers in July, marking the busiest month ever in its 28 year history!
A huge congratulations to Emma Walsh who was the lucky winner of a recent Keith Prowse Facebook competition, sponsored by London City Airport.
Cyrielle Wagenfuhr (Marketing Manager London City Airport) is excited to join the impressive line-up of suppliers on the Travel Industry Road Show.
Departures at London City Airport is set is be completely transformed thanks to a £16 million development programme.
A brand new route from London City Airport to Cork Airport will make it even easier for passengers in the South of Ireland to travel to the English capital.
Bon Voyage to the Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) Conference flying out this morning on the Aer Lingus flight direct to Jerez.
After the awards ceremony guests headed downstairs to Balfe’s Bar in The Westbury Hotel for some more networking and fun. A number of guests carried on the partying and dancing in Bruxelles and then in House, Leeson Street. Everyone agreed that the relaxed atmosphere in Balfe’s bar made for great afters.
Martin Skelly (ITAA President) made an excellent speech thanking Travel Media for a great night. “Thank you to the travel media who took the time to vote for their favourite companies in the travel industry. We had a record number of votes this year, which was fantastic to see. Thanks also to our main sponsors, Blue Insurance, as well as our other sponsors: Amadeus, the Italian Tourist Board, the Jamaica Tourist Board, Shannon Airport and Nassau Paradise Island. We’re also very grateful to Alex Gibson and his staff at DIT (Dublin Institute of Technology), who ensured the voting process ran smoothly,” said Michael Collins (MD Travel Media)