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- Safety nets UK visitors. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;5/5/2003, Issue 2562, p41
Reports on the increase of tourism revenues in Madeira. Improvement of the hotels; Attraction of investment in infrastructure.
- The Possible Dream Williams, David // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing);May1979, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p574
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- A cure for the winter blues. Dunford, Jane // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals (00494577);10/6/2003, Issue 1688, p72
With lots of cut-price deals on offer in the summer of 2003 the market is beginning to pick up after a sluggish start, fueled by late bookings. Key destinations to check out for immediate special offers are mainland Spain � Malaga, Marbella, Costa del Sol and Costa Bianca � and the Canary...
- 'Madeira needs your support' // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;2/26/2010, Issue 2902, p4
The article informs about the settled situation of Madeira from heavy storms and floods and also reports that tour operators are requesting clients not to cancel their trips as the floods did not affect tourist areas.
- Madeira. // AirGuide Online.com;3/8/2010, p4
The article reports on the plan of the government regarding the tourism industry in Madeira, Madeira Islands.
- Madeira. // AirGuide Online.com;3/8/2010, p8
The article reports on the restoration of the tourism business in Madeira, Madeira Islands following torrential rains and mudslides.
- Madeira. // AirGuide Business;3/8/2010, p4
The article reports on the move of the government to restart the tourism business after a week after torrential rains and mudslides killed 42 people and left 17 missing in Madeira, Madeira Islands.
- Madeira. // CruiseGuide;3/1/2010, p7
The article reports on the appeal of tourism chiefs to tourists not to desert Madeira River as a tourist spot after mudslides and flash floods occurred in February 2010, leaving hundreds of people homeless and 42 dead.
- Operators fear lack of capacity. // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals (00494577);10/13/2003, Issue 1689, p62
Tour operators are viewing football tournament, Euro 2004 in Portugal as a double-edged sword as far as sales are concerned, fearing that a lack of capacity for both accommodation and airlift will cause problems for both the trade and consumers. Cresta brand manager Ian Lomas said he expects a...