The postponement of Expo 2020 Dubai is set to be approved by the Bureau International des Expositions, with the change of dates having already surpassed the required two-thirds threshold.
Routes’ flagship event, World Routes, has been confirmed to take place on November 14th-16th in Milan, Italy. The event will take place just before the IATA Slots Conference in Barcelona, Spain on November 17th-20th.
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Reed Travel Exhibitions has announced dates for the three spring global trade shows in its World Travel Market portfolio after a wave of cancellations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The move follows the warm reception for the launch event earlier this month, which welcomed 5,343 hospitality decision-makers from 128 countries around the world.
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Questex has announced the cancellation of IHIF 2020 due to the continuing impact of the Covid-19 outbreak. Organisers had initially hoped to stage the Berlin-based event in May, but this is now seen as untenable given the global health crisis.
The executive committee of the Bureau International des Expositions has unanimously agreed to propose the postponement of Expo 2020 Dubai. The general assembly will now hold a vote on the proposed new dates, with a result expected at the end of May.
The 2020 Arabian Travel Market has been cancelled, with the event set to return next year. After initially postponing the tradeshow until June, organisers have now bowed to the inevitable in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
ABTA has postponed its annual travel convention in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The Morocco-based event was due to take place in October 2020, and will now be moved until the same time next year.
The event, which some see as the voice of the global business travel industry, welcomes 7,000 business travel professionals from more than 50 countries across the globe.
As with the rest of the industry, Advantage said it was adapting to an ever-evolving situation and the priority remained providing daily support, advice and expertise to help members navigate these unprecedented times.