A force of UK travel companies, with pre-Covid-19 annual revenues of over £11 billion, are “united in outrage” following conflicting advice from the government on the reopening of the sector.
After taking place in a virtual format in 2020, the event will be delivered as a hybrid show this year to allow event planners who are unable to attend in-person to interact with the exhibitors.
As government hits its target for 15 million Covid-19 vaccinations in the UK, Brittany Ferries says now is the time for a re-think on travel corridors.
Expedia Group has reported a loss of $2.69 billion, or $19 a share, for financial 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic took a huge toll on the travel sector around the world.
Ryanair said it has no commercial agreement with lastminute.com, and argued the company overcharges customers and provides it with “fake contact and payment details”.
The new regulations, which aim to stop Covid-19 variants entering the country, apply to arrivals who have been in one of 33 red list countries in the past ten days.
The revised deal, now valued at C$190 million, was agreed by the two carriers in October last year in the wake of the Covid-19 shutdown of international travel.
Airlines for Europe welcomed the agreement saying it would “help to mitigate the economic impact of the crisis on European airlines and avoid the unnecessary operation of empty flights”.
More than 400 metres of quayside is being upgraded to reinforce the structure and to incorporate the technology for Shore Power connectivity for cruise operations.