Weekly travel agenda: Luna Park Coney Island Opens

New York's historic Coney Island gets a boost this weekend with the reopening of Luna Park, a park that closed its doors in 1944. Cruise3sixty, a meeting dedicated to all things new at sea, begins June 2 in Vancouver.

Luna Park Coney Island Opens
May 29
Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York City, USA

The new Luna Park digs deep into the area's history, with some of the rides based on the concepts used at the original amusement park on Coney Island, which opened in 1903 and closed in 1944. The theme park is intended to kickstart a renaissance for Coney Island, once the jewel in the crown of America's amusement industry.
http://www.lunaparknyc.com/

cruise3sixty
June 2-6
Vancouver, Canada

Cruise3sixty ranks as one of the most important global events for the cruising industry and brings together cruise lines from all over the world. Expect to see new product and route unveilings along with presentations from destinations on why they are the "cruise-to" place this year.
http://www.cruise3sixty.com

Seabourn Sojourn Maiden Voyage
June 6
London, United Kingdom

Sojourn's season begins in Northern Europe, cruising the Norwegian Fjords and up to Iceland. She features a "spa villa," four restaurants, six bars and suites that include a private solarium and forward-facing veranda.
http://www.seabourn.com/

ILA Berlin Air Show
June 8-13
Berlin, Germany

This year sees centenary celebrations of the Berlin Air Show, the world's oldest such exhibition. Approximately 1,100 exhibitors are expected to show their products to a quarter of a million visitors, with new aircraft debuts and spectacular airshows on the agenda.
http://www.ila-berlin.com

Asia Luxury Travel Market
June 14-17
Shanghai, China

Against the backdrop of a powerful China and glittering World Expo, the Asia Luxury Travel Market highlights the world's most sought-after destinations, ultra-luxurious accommodation, elite transportation and unique travel experiences for the Asian market.
http://www.altm.com.cn/

Wizarding World of Harry Potter Opens
June 18
Universal Studios Orlando, FL, USA

Harry Potter fans around the world have been waiting for the Harry Potter theme park to open, complete with specially filmed clips featuring the actors and faithful replicas of the impressive movie sets. Attractions include the Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey ride, Ollivander's Wand shop and the Hogwart's Express.
http://www.universalorlando.com/HarryPotter

Marina Bay Sands Official Opening
June 23
Singapore

Although partially open already, the rest of the enormous Marina Bay Sands will complete Singapore's second "integrated resort." An additional 2,560 guest rooms, more shops, restaurants and nightlife options and the Sands SkyPark will open.
http://www.marinabaysands.com/

Al Maktoum International Airport Opens
June 27
Dubai, UAE

At ten times the size of Dubai's existing airport, Al Maktoum International airport is set to be the world's largest passenger and cargo hub. With six runways, the airport will initially open to cargo traffic and passenger operations will be phased in gradually.
http://www.dwc.ae

InterContinental Times Square Opens
July 1
New York City, USA

The new flagship of the luxury InterContinental range officially opens July 1, rising 34 storeys above the city. Facilities expected include the Ça Va restaurant by celebrity Chef Todd English, 607 guestrooms and a 371-square meter "Gotham Ballroom."
http://www.ichotelsgroup.com

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