Pablo Torres said this was thanks to the protocols and partnerships implemented throughout the region to help lessen the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Gloria Guevara, WTTC chief executive, said: “While protecting public health is paramount, blanket travel bans cannot be the answer. They have not worked in the past and they will not work now.”
ToursByLocals has appointed Lotus to manage all UK PR activity. The London-based company is charged with raising awareness of its globe-spanning private tour experiences.
Global tourism will have returned to levels of 30 years ago, with one billion fewer arrivals and a loss of some US$ 1.1 trillion in international tourism receipts
TUI UK has launched its first-ever winter holiday programme to Aruba in an attempt to give customers even more choice for some winter sun. Flights from London Gatwick start today.
The World Travel & Tourism Council and major international industry bodies have joined forces to call for the immediate restoration of international travel using proven processes.
Travel agents and tour operators have been worst hit by the Covid-19 pandemic when compared to any other services sector, according to the ONS figures published today.
On the Beach has reported total losses of £46 million for the year ended September 30th, as the Covid-19 pandemic continued to take a huge toll on the sector.
The announcement follows discussions with business groups and sees a wide range of sectors benefiting, from taxi drivers and arts venues to travel agents and hospitality.
The travel giant saw revenue of €7.9 billion for financial 2020. The figure is down 58 per cent from the €18.9 billion reported last year, as Covid-19 took a huge toll on bookings.
The UK government and the EU must agree a deal over Brexit to save and secure thousands of jobs, argues the World Travel & Tourism Council.
Alpine Elements has ceased trading, with ATOL publishing advice on the next steps for passengers booked to travel. Around 1,000 trips were planned with the company, which is based in Wimbledon.