Monika Wiederhold from Amadeus has advocated integrating health information into IT solutions at ITB Berlin Now, arguing the move will allow for the reopening of the tourism sector.
Tourism minister, Iago Neugueruela, declared: “We want safe travel corridors for our guests from Germany - with the maximum possible safety for travellers and residents.”
Close to 25 per cent of people in Germany and the US, and over 35 per cent in China, believe they will spend more money on travelling over the next 12 months than during the last year.
During a presentation at ITB Berlin Now, Ryanair chief executive, Eddie Wilson, argued it would be better to invest the billions of euros spent on airlines on vaccines and the healthcare system.
Eurowings is stepping up its commitment in Berlin and will open a new base at Berlin Brandenburg Airport on April 1st. The airline is stationing three of its Airbus A320 aircraft at the new location.
ITB Berlin Now has welcomed more than 3,500 digital exhibitors from 120 countries and is helping the industry to recover from the impact of the Covid-19 shutdown.
Categories cover the entire spectrum of the golf tourism industry, and range from best golf courses and designers to golf destinations, resorts and tour operators.
This fifth edition will bring together the African aeronautical community with a programme of conferences on different themes and pre-organized meetings between the players.
In cooperation with ITB Berlin, the host country traditionally organises the grand opening show of the conference and will be highlighted during the entire trade event.
Reed Exhibitions has announced the return of Arabian Travel Week (ATW), with the event set to take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre between May 16th-26th.
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.