World Travel & Tourism Council president Gloria Guevara has welcomed a decision to remove quarantine requirements for travellers entering England from a number of countries.
ABTA has unveiled a new customer-focused webpage titled ‘Restarting travel – a guide for customers’, designed to take travellers through extra steps to consider as book their next trip.
New research from the World Travel & Tourism Council shows even a modest increase of just one million more international arrivals into Europe could generate an extra $0.48 billion in GDP.
The Civil Aviation Authority has said airlines operating in the UK still had work to do when it came to offering refunds for cancelled flights in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The move opens up some of its most popular immersive and hassle-free trips in Italy, Spain, Greece, France and beyond for travel this September and October.
Dubai has unveiled plans to reopen its borders to tourists from July 7th. The city hopes to welcome travellers from around the world while guaranteeing their safety under the guidance of the World Health Organisation.
On the Beach recorded a first-half loss of £34 million in the six months to the end of March, compared to a profit of £12 million for the same period last year.
Flight booking data shows London has fallen to the bottom of the top ten most booked European cities. The trend has been blamed on border and quarantine regulations choking travel by joint research from the World Travel & Tourism Council and ForwardKeys.
Reports indicate the European Union is ready to ban most travellers from the United States, Russia and dozens of other countries deemed too risky in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak.
All TUI tour operators and airlines are ready to restart their businesses as travel restrictions are eased across Europe. The Balearic Islands, Greece, Cyprus, Portugal and Croatia are the focus of the first holidays.
Without strong support, the sudden and unexpected fall in tourism could devastate the economies of small island developing states, the World Tourism Organisation has warned.
The company is investing in a newly conceived, dedicated wellbeing director position who will be present on every Trafalgar, Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold guided holiday.