Germany in shock

The crash of a Germanwings plane on Tuesday (March 24) killing 150 passengers and crew has left Germany in shock, raised many unanswered questions about the country’s worst-ever plane crash and hit the Lufthansa group amid its most serious industrial dispute for decades. more


German demand slumps

Demand on the German market for holidays in Tunisia has slumped following last week’s terrorist attack in Tunis, which left 23 people, including 20 tourists, dead. more


News in Brief

Partnerships and acquisitions

TUI, Eurowings, Novasol and Hotelplan have announced various partnerships and acquisitions. more


Destination trends

Egypt surge continues on German market

Egypt was again the clear winner among top destinations on the German outbound holiday market last month, Turkey improved well but Greece and Tunisia are both down, according to new figures. more


TUI Group

Slight growth for summer bookings

TUI Group has a slight overall increase in bookings for summer 2015 driven by exclusive offers and cruise sales. more



Massive blow to tourism

Tunisia’s tourism industry has been dealt a massive blow by yesterday’s terrorist attack on the country’s national museum that left 21 people dead, including 17 international tourists. more


Management changes

Arrivals and departures

Aldiana, Alltours, FTI, Schauinsland-Reisen, Unister Travel and V.Ö. Travel have announced management changes in Germany and Switzerland this month. more


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