The United Nations World Tourism Organisation has launched a new campaign in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, #TravelTomorrow. The phrase will become the common thread that runs through the response to the current crisis, highlighting the enduring values of tourism.
Governments are asked to use the coronavirus crisis to embed social and environmental conditions, with enhanced protection for workers and a planned transition towards what the campaign group Stay Grounded calls “climate-just mobility”.
Carnival Corporation has seen a sharp rise in its share price following a decision by the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia to take a significant stake in the company.
easyJet has issued £600 million of commercial paper through the Covid Corporate Financing Facility. The decision comes as the low-cost carrier seeks to maximise its liquidity in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
While the expedition cruise line has not yet had any confirmed or suspected cases on any ships, the decision was taken as countries around the world impose restrictions on movement.
United Arab Emirates-based upscale residential, hospitality and commercial property developer Seven Tides has said more than 27 per cent of the work on its prime property, Seven Palm, located on Palm Jumeirah in Dubai is now complete.
As the coronavirus crisis continues, significantly affecting demand for air travel, airBaltic has further decrease its overall capacity between until the end of October. The Latvia-based airline will cancel approximately 50 per cent of its flights over the summer.