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Norwegian Cruise Line removes all Covid-19 testing

Norwegian Cruise Line removes all Covid-19 testing

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), the innovator in global cruise travel, today announced that it has updated its global health and safety protocols by removing all COVID-19 testing, masking and vaccination requirements effective Oct. 4, 2022.

World Travel Awards Europe 2022 winners announced in Mallorca

World Travel Awards Europe 2022 winners announced in Mallorca

Europe’s premier travel brands have been revealed at a blockbuster gala ceremony at the new Hilton Mallorca Galatzo. The brightest stars of the hospitality industry aligned at the World Travel Awards (WTA) European Gala Ceremony 2022 to discover who amongst them had won the ultimate accolades in tourism.

Four Seasons to Bring Legendary Service to the Seas

Four Seasons to Bring Legendary Service to the Seas

A steadfast, enterprising spirit is launching Four Seasons into a new and exciting business extension – Four Seasons Yachts. Along with Four Seasons, this new venture brings together an unparalleled group of partners: Nadim Ashi and Philip Levine, leading luxury entrepreneurs and bold visionaries of this exceptional yacht experience, as well as Fincantieri, one of the world's leading shipbuilding groups, which will deliver the first new vessel by the end of 2025.

Ian Could Impact Florida Travel, Airports and Airlines This Week

Ian Could Impact Florida Travel, Airports and Airlines This Week

Tropical Storm Ian, currently brewing in the western Caribbean on Sunday, is expected to shortly become a hurricane – a potential Category 3 according to some forecasters – and is taking aim at the state of Florida. All of Florida, mind you, meaning it could impact travel to one of the biggest tourist destinations in the country, including drive trips, flights, and cruises.

Royal Caribbean chief warns staffing woes risk hitting sales

Royal Caribbean chief warns staffing woes risk hitting sales

Staff shortages and difficulties recruiting extend beyond the well-publicised shortages in travel suppliers and aviation to agencies and risk hitting sales. That is according to Ben Bouldin, Royal Caribbean Cruises vice president for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, who said: “The number of agents working today is a fraction of what it was pre-pandemic.”