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Icelandair Revolutionises In-flight Entertainment at 35,000 Feet

This September Icelandair has pioneered a new form of in-flight entertainment; an immersive theatre production entitled ‘Ahead of Time’ to mark the airline’s 80th year.

Airline staff and actors starred in the production in the skies on a flight from London to New York.

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New Titanic Hotel Tells Shipbuilding Story of Queen's Island

Belfast's newest luxury hotel, Titanic Hotel Belfast, has opened its doors to the public.

After almost two years of restoration, construction and preservation of the former Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices and Headquarters, the £28m hotel is ready to show the world the amazing history behind Queen's Island and the shipbuilding industry in Northern Ireland.

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BA Launches Free Upgrade to First Campaign

British Airways has launched its Free Upgrade to First campaign, which once again includes On Business fares.

The offer allows customers who book an eligible return Club World fare to upgrade to First one-way for free on either the outbound or inbound journey, and enjoy the luxury of our First suite, personal service and renowned dining.

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Two Thirds of NI Travellers Pay Fees for Overpacking

With UK air traffic set to remain high as holidaymakers seek October breaks and winter sun, new research into packing habits has revealed that UK travellers routinely overpack their luggage - wasting money on unnecessary excess charges.

When surveyed two thirds (66 per cent) were found to pack items in their hold luggage that they didn't end up using while abroad.

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'Recliners' Cause Most Annoyance to Other Airline Travellers

Over a third of UK travellers admit that fellow airline passengers who recline their seats too far back are the most likely to cause annoyance.

In a new survey of almost 5,000 people, 37 per cent regarded selfish passengers who reclined their seats too much as the biggest irritation, with travellers who kick the back of the seat coming in second.

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Highest Number of Larne Ferry Travellers in 14 Years

P&O Ferries saw the highest number of tourists in 14 years travelling between Larne and Cairnryan on its ships in August, with passenger volumes for the month up seven per cent.

The ferry and logistics company - which has operated services across the Irish Sea since 1974 - carried 65,296 tourists between Northern Ireland and Scotland in August, which is traditionally the busiest month of the summer season.

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Belfast International Airport Targets Travellers from The Republic!

Belfast International Airport is embarking on Phase Two of a major advertising campaign aimed at attracting more passengers from the Republic of Ireland.

The hard-hitting advertisements directed at persuading passengers away from Dublin Airport will appear in local newspapers and radio stations throughout the six southern border counties.

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New Service to Agadir With One Way Fares from 70 Euro!

A new air route from Dublin to the Moroccan city of Agadir will begin in early October, with fares starting from a highly attractive 70 Euro, one way, all inclusive.

Air Arabia Maroc is to operate the new twice weekly scheduled service on Wednesdays and Sundays starting on October 4.

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Flybe Cuts Prices on a Million Seats by Up to 20 per cent

Flybe has today announced a limited time seat sale on  a wide selection of routes with discounts of up to 20 percent on one million seats.

Booking is available through to midnight on September 13 on the Flybe website effective for travel between October 3, 2017 and March 24, 2018.

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WOW Air Announces New Dublin Route to Texas

WOW air has announced a new route from Dublin to Dallas, Texas, via Reykjavik.

The first flight will depart Dublin for Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, via Iceland, on Wednesday May 23, 2018, with services operating three times a week thereafter.

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Two Day Travel Fair at Titanic This Weekend

The Oasis Travel Northern Ireland Cruise fair is back, bigger and bigger than ever at Titanic Belfast on September 8 and 9.

The whole range of cruises will be showcased, from Alaska Cruises to the Caribbean, European to Worldwide Cruising and also the fast growing river cruise market.

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