Friday September 18, 2020

Tourism Ireland's China mission starts

DAA on trip to explore direct flight options

16th May, 2016
Tourism body aims to take slice of rapidly-growing Chinese market Pic Getty

15 tourism businesses from the island of Ireland are taking part in Tourism Ireland's 2016 sales mission to China, which kicks off today. The mission is part of an effort to increase Ireland's share of the

rapidly-growing tourism market.

The delegation is also joined this week by the DAA, which is looking at opportunities for direct flights from China to Ireland. The UK and Irish visa offices are also...

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