Marriott does not expect prior levels of business to return until beyond 2021, and thus anticipates a significant number of “position eliminations” later this year.
To ensure security for both tourists and residents, all visitors to the islands will have to either present a negative Covid-19 test done within 72 hours prior to departure or be tested upon arrival.
Arabian Travel Market Virtual is preparing to host a session on the future of Chinese tourism in the Middle East. Moderated by Adam Wu, the event will take place on Tuesday, June 2nd at 11:00 GST.
The Spanish secretary of state for tourism has published 12 guides detailing new technical specifications required for the safe reopening of the tourism industry.
The United States Virgin Islands will reopen to leisure travellers on Monday. Commissioner of tourism, Joseph Boschulte, revealed the territory is finalising public health and tourism protocols for the return of visitors.
United Airlines has inaugurated cargo-in-cabin flights from London Heathrow to Chicago. The move follows a recent approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to carry cargo in approved storage areas in the passenger cabin.
The campaign combines the key message of the United Nations specialised agency with the creativity of the broadcaster and looks to a brighter future for global tourism and those that are reliant on the sector for their livelihoods.
LATAM Airlines Group has sought chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States as the company seeks to reorganise in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak. Affiliates in Chile, Peru, Colombia and Ecuador are all involved in the move.
Air Canada will offer customers a choice of nearly 100 destinations around the world with an abridged schedule this summer. To ensure customers can book with confidence, the airline has implemented the Air Canada CleanCare+ biosecurity program.