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# tourism - Today’s News

'The Ryanair of transatlantic services': Norwegian Air's Irish flights launched after three-year wait

The low-cost airline has announced its long overdue transatlantic services from four Irish airports.

From Business ETC 'The Ryanair of transatlantic services': Norwegian Air's Irish flights launched after three-year wait Transport

'The Ryanair of transatlantic services': Norwegian Air's Irish flights launched after three-year wait

The low-cost airline has announced its long overdue transatlantic services from four Irish airports.

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# tourism - Tuesday 14 February, 2017

Dawn to dusk: This timelapse captures stunning views along Ireland's Ancient East

All the way from Newgrange to the Hook Head.

# tourism - Sunday 12 February, 2017

What tourism officials are doing to lure visitors to Ireland's overlooked north-west

The bulk of Wild Atlantic Way travellers opt to head south – and bypass Sligo and Donegal.

# tourism - Friday 10 February, 2017

'You need to confront customer complaints. The more aggressive they get, the more polite I am'

The owner of one of Ireland’s most famous hotels delivers a masterclass in customer service.

# tourism - Thursday 9 February, 2017

What tourism officials are doing to lure visitors to Ireland's overlooked north-west

The bulk of Wild Atlantic Way travellers opt to head south – and bypass Sligo and Donegal.

From Business ETC Tourism Ireland says turning landmarks green for Paddy's Day is worth €10m in free publicity Tourism

Tourism Ireland says turning landmarks green for Paddy's Day is worth €10m in free publicity

The state agency spent €25,000 on the programme last year.

# tourism - Tuesday 7 February, 2017

Photos of children used in Doonbeg brochure without consent of parents

The photos – taken in pre-Trump days – were used in the brochure for two years before the parents became aware of it.

From Business ETC Clare's Doonbeg golf resort will pay €15k for using children in brochures without permission Tourism

Clare's Doonbeg golf resort will pay €15k for using children in brochures without permission

Parents were unaware The Lodge used pictures of their kids in promotional material for nearly two years.

# tourism - Monday 6 February, 2017

Publicans say Good Friday alcohol ban has no place in a modern Ireland

Publicans have made a fresh appeal for the ban on selling alcohol on Good Friday to be lifted.

More than a third of Airbnb listings outside Dublin aren't lived in by their owners

The figures come as lawmakers consider regulation amid the worsening housing crisis.

From Business ETC Shane Ross won't commit to preserving the tourism sector's reduced tax rate Tourism

Shane Ross won't commit to preserving the tourism sector's reduced tax rate

The tourism minister said the industry would thrive, ’9% VAT or not’.

# tourism - Sunday 5 February, 2017

Ryanair says no to on-board wi-fi, transatlantic routes - and flights from Waterford

The airline’s communications chief said he is still asked when it will return to the troubled airport.

From Business ETC More than a third of Airbnb listings outside Dublin aren't lived in by their owners Policy

More than a third of Airbnb listings outside Dublin aren't lived in by their owners

The figures come as lawmakers consider regulation amid the worsening housing crisis.

# tourism - Saturday 4 February, 2017

From Business ETC What tourism officials are doing to lure visitors to Ireland's overlooked north-west Tourism

What tourism officials are doing to lure visitors to Ireland's overlooked north-west

The bulk of Wild Atlantic Way travellers opt to head south – and bypass Sligo and Donegal.

# tourism - Thursday 2 February, 2017

Royal Caribbean is eyeing up more Irish cruise calls next year

The company’s UK and Ireland boss has been in talks with local ports like Galway.

Ryanair says no to on-board Wi-Fi, transatlantic routes - and flights from Waterford

The airline’s communications chief said he is still asked when it will return to the troubled airport.

# tourism - Wednesday 1 February, 2017

From Business ETC Ryanair says no to on-board Wi-Fi, transatlantic routes - and flights from Waterford Transport

Ryanair says no to on-board Wi-Fi, transatlantic routes - and flights from Waterford

The airline’s communications chief said he is still asked when it will return to the troubled airport.

# tourism - Tuesday 31 January, 2017

Guinness-maker Diageo is building a Dublin distillery to create a 'luxury whiskey'

The drinks giant will release its own Irish blend this March.

From Business ETC Guinness-maker Diageo is building a Dublin distillery to get into the Irish whiskey business Food And Drink

Guinness-maker Diageo is building a Dublin distillery to get into the Irish whiskey business

The drinks giant will release its own Irish blend this March.

# tourism - Sunday 29 January, 2017

€500,000 to be invested in boosting tourism at Ireland's national parks

The funding will focus on the five national parks and five nature reserves along the Wild Atlantic Way, as well as Wicklow National Park.

'Sligo needs a motorway to give it a fighting chance'

Businesses say the north-west has been overlooked when it comes to job-creating infrastructure.

# tourism - Saturday 28 January, 2017

From Business ETC Royal Caribbean is eyeing up more Irish cruise calls next year Tourism

Royal Caribbean is eyeing up more Irish cruise calls next year

The company’s UK and Ireland boss has been in talks with local ports like Galway.

# tourism - Friday 27 January, 2017

From Business ETC Mayo's iconic Westport House has been sold to a local hotelier family Building And Property

Mayo's iconic Westport House has been sold to a local hotelier family

The new owners said they will pump €50m into renovating the attraction.

# tourism - Thursday 26 January, 2017

Michael O'Leary blames Dublin Airport for his airline's dwindling Irish passenger numbers

The Ryanair boss said rising airport charges are driving its business away from the capital.

# tourism - Wednesday 25 January, 2017

From Business ETC London City Airport will be pitched as a hub to connect Ireland with hard-to-reach places Transport

London City Airport will be pitched as a hub to connect Ireland with hard-to-reach places

Chief executive Declan Collier also said there’s ‘real demand’ for a connection between Belfast and Paris.

Skellig Coast tourism plan launched to capitalise on Star Wars interest

The Skellig Islands saw a huge boost in global interest after they were featured in the reboot of Star Wars franchise.

# tourism - Tuesday 24 January, 2017

From Business ETC Michael O'Leary blames Dublin Airport for his airline's dwindling Irish passenger numbers Tourism

Michael O'Leary blames Dublin Airport for his airline's dwindling Irish passenger numbers

The Ryanair boss said rising airport charges are driving its business away from the capital.

From Business ETC CityJet orders 10 new planes as it takes over a Danish airline Transport

CityJet orders 10 new planes as it takes over a Danish airline

The Dublin-based carrier is buying a subsidiary of Scandinavian Airlines.

# tourism - Monday 23 January, 2017

'Resurrecting Ireland's villages': The new plan to get people to return home to rural Ireland

The government’s Action Plan on Rural Development is being launched today in Longford.

# tourism - Sunday 22 January, 2017

From Business ETC 'Sligo needs a motorway to give it a fighting chance' Policy

'Sligo needs a motorway to give it a fighting chance'

Businesses say the north-west has been overlooked when it comes to job-creating infrastructure.

# tourism - Saturday 21 January, 2017

'Rural pubs were hesitant to chase the hen and stag market. Now we need it'

This bar and restaurant owner wanted a new business to kickstart stagnant trade in Sligo.

From Business ETC Why reports of travel agents' demise may have been greatly exaggerated Tourism

Why reports of travel agents' demise may have been greatly exaggerated

The industry is expecting double-digit growth in trade this year.

# tourism - Thursday 19 January, 2017

'Rural pubs were hesitant to chase the hen and stag market. Now we need it'

This bar and restaurant owner wanted a new business to kickstart stagnant trade in Sligo.

# tourism - Wednesday 18 January, 2017

From Business ETC Etihad's boss says the top threats to European airlines are war, terrorism - and strikes Transport

Etihad's boss says the top threats to European airlines are war, terrorism - and strikes

James Hogan told an aviation conference in Dublin that the industry faces ‘significant challenges’ in 2017.

A new Dublin hotel backed by Denis O'Brien will be aimed at tech-savvy travellers

The 202-room Aloft-branded property is planned for the Liberties.

# tourism - Tuesday 17 January, 2017

From Business ETC A new Dublin hotel backed by Denis O'Brien will be aimed at tech-savvy travellers Hospitality

A new Dublin hotel backed by Denis O'Brien will be aimed at tech-savvy travellers

The 202-room Aloft-branded property is planned for the Liberties.

From Business ETC 'Rural pubs were hesitant to chase the hen and stag market. Now we need it' Insights

'Rural pubs were hesitant to chase the hen and stag market. Now we need it'

This bar and restaurant owner wanted a new business to kickstart stagnant trade in Sligo.

How to make your 'escape room' tourist attraction stand out? Build it in a boat

Its backers have spent months sourcing props for the new ship-based attraction, they say.

# tourism - Monday 16 January, 2017

This ad for Ireland will be shown to 255 million Americans

There are cows on the road, of course.

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