Turkey has begun the Covid-19 vaccination of tourism employees in coordination with the ministry of culture and tourism, ministry of health and Turkey Tourism Promotion and Development Agency.
Consultants at EY have moved to pour cold water on expectations of a quick recovery in the UK hospitality sector today, warning significant change could still take some time.
Plans to extend the runway at Southampton Airport have been agreed following a lengthy debate among local councillors. Airport bosses want to extend the runway by 164 metres.
Expo 2020 Dubai has sought to prove it is ready to open its doors to the world later this year, after safely welcoming more than 100,000 visitors to experience Terra – the Sustainability Pavilion.
The online campaign, features a 45 second brand campaign introducing the destination in English and Hebrew, will run from until May 8th, on platforms including Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
Celestyal Olympia will offer a new 'Legendary Archipelago' itinerary and will call on Thessaloniki, Mykonos, Santorini, Agios Nikolaos (Crete) and Rhodes in Greece.
A Jamaican firm has been selected by the regional tourism development agency, the Caribbean Tourism Organisation, to conduct its first-ever regional skills audit to assess the competencies of the regional tourism workforce.
Waltzing Matilda Aviation has unveiled plans to launch Connect Airlines in October. The airline will initially be connecting Toronto Billy Bishop City Airport with the north-east and Midwest United States.
“We have taken time to study the Global Travel Taskforce’s framework, and we are extremely disappointed at the lack of clarity and detail,” said Steve Heapy, chief executive of Jet2.com.
TUI Group has revealed plans to raise at least €350 million in fresh funding as the company seeks to whether the ongoing impact from the Covid-19 pandemic. The new bonds will fall due in 2028.
Royal Caribbean is extending the suspension of some sailings, including all trips from the United States, until June 30th. However, a small number of trips will go ahead from new homeports around the world.
After nearly two decades with the organisation, industry veteran Petra Roach is leaving to take up a new opportunity with the Grenada Tourist Board later this year.