ITB Asia 2021 has opened virtually, with the travel industry in Asia gradually braving new realities in leisure, MICE and corporate travel. The event will last five days.
With summer sun in demand, the tour operator to leisure destinations across the Mediterranean and Canary Islands has put its programme on sale earlier than ever before.
The organisers of Arabian Travel Market have argued that 2022 could witness a resurgence in brand conscious travellers, following commentary received from delegates attending this year.
Greyhound has announced the return of service to Canada following the reopening of the United States border. Customers can book tickets for trips taking place on November 8th and beyond.
The Meetings Show will return to ExCeL London on June 29-30 next year on the back of a successful event earlier this month. Thousands of people attended the two-day hybrid event.
Breeze Airways has unveiled the first of 80 A220-300 aircraft it has on order during a preview event at the Airbus A220 final assembly line in Mobile, Alabama.
Global cycling stars will participate in the first Giro d’Italia Criterium on November 6th, with a 30-lap short-format race on a 2.1-kilometre circuit at the Expo 2020 Dubai site.
As travellers explore new forms of transportation in a post-Covid world, Kayak has added ferries to its offering of transport modes. The move comes via a new partnership with Direct Ferries.
The brand, created by Portman Travel Group, is set to cater for athletes who want to participate in the very best cycling, running and triathlon events across the world.
WTM London and Travel Forward 2021 will have a Covid-19 testing facility inside ExCeL so visitors who need to take a test before flying home can do so without having to leave the venue.
Wyndham and CLC World Resorts & Hotels have announced plans to brand 12 properties in key leisure destinations. The deal includes hotels in Spain, Canary Islands, Turkey, UK and Austria.
Heathrow experienced its first full quarter of passenger growth since 2019 in the three months to September, underscoring strong pent-up demand for travel.