Turkish Airlines is set to commence its eagerly awaited services to Australia in March, a development poised to exert downward pressure on airfares leading up to the European summer. Commencing from March 16, the airline will initiate three weekly flights from Istanbul to Melbourne, incorporating a stopover in Singapore.

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Dear readers, friends and partners!

The Tourism-Insider team would like to thank you for a successful 2023. Together we were able to withstand the global Corona crisis and come back afterwards. We would like to thank you for the good cooperation and hope to be able to continue it in the coming years.

We wish you a prosperous and healthy New Year 2024 !

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The latest edition features 447 establishments from Bangkok, Phuket and Phangnga, Chiang Mai, Ayutthaya, Isan, and two newest additions – Ko Samui and Mainland Surat Thani. Ms. Thapanee Kiatphaibool, TAT Governor, said: “TAT has enjoyed a fruitful strategic partnership with The MICHELIN Guide since 2018, as it has made a significant contribution and positive impact to Thailand’s tourism industry. The MICHELIN Guide, an influential gastronomic reference to many people around the world, has effectively contributed to putting Thailand in the global spotlight as an international gastronomic destination.”

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Melbourne Airport has achieved a significant aviation milestone by surpassing 100 per cent of its pre-pandemic capacity for international flights, marking a pivotal moment for Australian aviation and overseas travel. In December 2019, there were 1.29 million available seats, and in Dec. 2023, Melbourne Airport will offer over 1.31 million seats

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Commencing this week, Azamara welcomes Shannon Morgan to its esteemed team as the Key Account Manager within the international sales division. Azamara underscores Morgan’s appointment, citing his extensive background as a valuable asset to the role. His professional journey includes noteworthy tenures with renowned entities such as coach touring and river cruising specialist Globus family of brands, and Pandaw River Cruises, where he served in a leadership capacity within the sales team.

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In total, Austria’s mountain railways are the country’s second largest provider of electric mobility. The energy required for this comes 100% from renewable energy sources in the vast majority of regions. In order to be able to use this sustainable form of energy in the future, the Skicircus Saal-bach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is increasingly relying on its own production of electricity from water, solar and wind power.

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