Convened by ABTA, the Save Future Travel Coalition has written to the UK treasury and other relevant departments with a joint budget submission.
The organisation has urged governments to begin careful planning to ensure full preparedness for when vaccines for Covid-19 are approved and available for distribution.
The news was announced earlier by Martyn Sumners, executive director of AITO, following consultations with managing director, Jace Quick.
Bodies from across the UK tourism industry have given a cautious welcome to a refinement of the quarantine system, but said more must be done to boost the sector.
The company said it would cease trading as part of a wider restructure of the adventure division at owner Travelopia. No further bookings will be taken, while refunds will also be offered.
After a quarter century of handcrafting trips of a lifetime, California-based tour operator Classic Journeys is tailoring its approach to private trips to British tastes and mores.
The protocols focus on measures to ensure the reopening of adventure tourism, which should see an increase in popularity as travellers seek more unique experiences post Covid-19.
Associations from across the travel industry came together earlier to discuss how they can continue working together to lobby government on the need for specific support
The United States economy stands to lose a total of $155 billion this year due to the collapse of international travel during the Covid-19 pandemic, according new research.
IATA has reported that passenger demand in July continued at critically low levels. Measured in revenue passenger kilometres, numbers were 80 per cent below levels seen last year.
Nearly 200 people faced self-isolation after at least 16 passengers on a Tui flight from Zante to Cardiff Airport tested positive for the virus earlier this week.
Titan Travel has pushed back the restart all of operation until February 1st next year. The decision impacts on land tours, as well as river and ocean cruises.