The president of French Polynesia, Edouard Fritch, has argued the Covid-19 pandemic in French Polynesia is now “under control,” with less than 20 new cases per week.
Paris 2024 has started publishing calls for interest to develop its official licensing program for the Olympic & Paralympic Games. Between now and 2024, a total of 10,000 references of Official Licensed Products – including apparel, accessories, stationery, publishing, toys & games, electronics, homeware, gift & novelties, luggage and eyewear – will be made available to the public through all retail channels.
ABTA has written to officials at the department for business, energy and industrial strategy (BEIS) to protest at levels of grant support being made available to the retail travel industry in England.
The company was forced to halt all sailings in March last year as the Covid-19 pandemic spread around the world and has yet to return in many markets.
As cruises in the US remain uncertain, before heading home to PortMiami, Virgin Voyages’ Scarlet Lady is taking this opportunity to do a homecoming tour, heading back to where the Virgin brand began.
The annual Economic Impact Report from the World Travel & Tourism Council reveals that the dramatic collapse of the sector in the UK has wiped out a staggering £148 billion from the economy.
Viking will continue restarting limited operations with a collection of sailings around Bermuda and Iceland beginning in June. This is in addition to already revealed plans to offer trips from the UK.
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The river cruising specialist will be actively promoting both during Earth Month this April for those customers eager to book more environmentally friendly travel options.
Norwegian Cruise Line has announced plans to return to service, with new itineraries sailing Europe and the Caribbean, from July 25th. The news comes after more than a year out of the water.