The company is ready to take British travellers on holiday again to eight destinations in Greece, the Balearics and the Canaries from three UK airports from July 11th.
The head of the United Nations specialised agency attended a meeting with Spanish president, Pedro Sánchez, in Madrid earlier to learn about work being done to ease restrictions on travel introduced as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A pro bono account, the company started working with the organisation this month to increase followers and engagement through a series of planned inspiring content aimed at consumer, trade and media.
TUI Group has continued its repositioning of in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, with TUI France set to focus on the high-margin business with a few core brands in the future.
The exclusive one-day program provides a unique learning opportunity for hoteliers worldwide to test business strategies without risk ahead of post-quarantine operations.
This new range is a first for Intrepid, in which small groups immerse themselves in one location, staying in handpicked accommodation ranging from small boutique properties to glamping.
The World Travel & Tourism Council has praised European efforts to reopen borders in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak. Officials at the European Commission earlier recommended Schengen member states lift all internal border controls.
European markets – including Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Switzerland – will resume partial operations to a limited number of destinations from this month. However, TUI added the UK and Nordic region would have to wait until later in the summer.
TUI Group has pushed back the return of its operations in the UK into July. The travel giant had hoped to begin offering holidays again on June 30th, but this has now been delayed to July 10th.
The International Air Transport Association has introduced an online interactive world map to provide travellers with the latest Covid-19 entry regulations by country.
The government, LaLiga and the Confederation of Employers and Industries of Spain have come together in a bid to boost and promote the country as a safe destination for tourism.
Intrepid Travel has introduced a new flexible booking policy as well as enhanced safety procedures in response to the recent Covid-19 outbreak. The bookings policy allows changes to travel plans 21 days before a scheduled departure, allowing for new travel dates or an entirely different trip, with no change fees.