New research published by hospitality and pub trade bodies in the UK shows the scale of the challenges facing these hard-hit businesses as they look to rebuild from the pandemic.
Despite a small uptick in May, the emergence of Covid-19 variants and the continued imposition of restrictions are weighing on the recovery of international travel.
Two new hybrid LNG-electric ships are coming to the Brittany Ferries fleet. They will arrive in 2024/2025 to serve routes connecting Portsmouth with St Malo and Caen.
Situated just a few minutes' walk from the Theresienwiese, the site of Oktoberfest, Schwan Locke features 151 spacious, design-led studio apartments.
Gallura cooking lessons, pieds dans l'eau restaurants, thalassotherapy and wellness treatments with the scent of Sardinia are all on the menu.
The newest Princess Cruises ship will sail from the Port of Los Angeles next spring for an inaugural season of Mexican Riviera and California Coast cruises.
Airbus has delivered the first A350 from its widebody completion centre in Tianjin, taking additional steps in the expansion of its global footprint and long-term strategic partnership with China.
VisitEngland is stepping-up its UK-wide ‘Escape the Everyday’ campaign to drive domestic day trips and overnight breaks as the summer holidays begin.
June saw the output of UK hospitality businesses grow at the fastest rate in nine years, as more consumers took advantage of lockdown-easing, according to the Lloyds Bank UK Recovery Tracker.
Brisbane has been formally awarded hosting rights for the 2032 Olympic Games following a vote of International Olympic Committee member nations in Tokyo.