first_imgSource = Tourism Fiji Fiji Trade and Tourism Minister Mr Faiyaz S. KoyaMinister Koya commends the Fijian tourism industryA special session for representatives of the various associations within the tourism infantry, called by the Honorable Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism in Fiji, Mr Faiyaz S. Koya, was held on Saturday (27 February) at the Tanoa International Hotel, Nadi.In his opening address, Mr Koya commended the entire tourism industry for their swift responsiveness to the recent natural disaster.“I am very proud of the resilience of the tourism stakeholders, as they have come together once again in a time of need and strategized on how to ensure that the visitor numbers do not decline,” Mr Koya said.The Honourable Minister also acknowledged the activation of the Tourism Action Group (TAG), saying that the best way to enable all Fijians to rebuild their lives after a disaster is to provide them a continued stream of income and improving tourism can bring those benefits to the people in the form of employment.“We need the visitors to come to Fiji,” he added.The Tourism Advisory Group (TAG), which is made up of key representatives from each sector within the tourism industry will focus on immediate actions to reduce booking cancellations due to the impact of Tropical Cyclone Winston to parts of Fiji.And most importantly, focus on educating travellers that tourism in Fiji is very much active and ready to receive all our guests with the usual “Bula” smile.“We as the Fijian Government also are standing ready to address any concerns and provide the necessary policy support that will enable faster recovery,” Mr Koya said. Tourism Fijilast_img read more

first_imgCheap flights carrier Ryanair is basing new aircraft in Bristol and Liverpool ahead of launching more routes from the airports.From March 28th, the airline will launch flights to Faro, Gdansk, Palma de Mallorca, Venice Treviso and Valencia from the south-west airport, with its number of Bristol-based aircraft increasing to five.Two new aircraft will be based in Liverpool in order to accommodate flights to Lodz, Rimini and Trapani, while further new routes will be introduced from Edinburgh and Glasgow Prestwick.In addition, Ryanair will also increase frequencies on two Bristol and four Liverpool flights.Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said that Ryanair routes at regional airports deliver “millions of passengers” each year.”Ryanair is delighted to announce three new aircraft and ten new routes for Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow Prestwick and Liverpool airports which will deliver 400,000 additional passengers and sustain 400 new jobs while ensuring increased competition and choice for consumers,” he commented.The airline announced earlier this month that the number of passengers travelling on its routes during October increased by 15 percent compared to the same month last year.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedRyanair to launch five new flights from Liverpool in OctoberCheap flights carrier Ryanair will launch five new routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport this autumn.Flights to Ibiza, Nantes and Pisa on offer by RyanairFlights to Ibiza, Nantes and Pisa on offer by RyanairRyanair announces expansion from three of its basesRyanair has announced that it will expand the number of aircraft at its Alicante, Bristol and Edinburgh baseslast_img read more