The investigation will examine how destination management organisations perform their roles and whether there may be a more efficient model for supporting tourism at a regional level.
The trade body has warned that nearly £27 billion will be lost from the UK economy if the government delays restarting international travel until May 17th.
Go Turkey has selected travel consultancy the PC Agency to represent it for public relations and travel trade representation in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
With over 25,000 people – approximately 12.5 per cent of the adult population – receiving their first shot, Barbados leads the way as the most vaccinated country in the Caribbean.
Data from ForwardKeys reveals that domestic air travel in China during New Year was 69 per cent down on the equivalent period in 2019, when travel was at normal, pre-pandemic levels.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Hospitality and Tourism is urging the chancellor to provide decisive financial support to protect sector businesses crucial to communities around the UK.
Skyscanner has released a detailed breakdown of the emerging trends for summer 2021 following an uptick in bookings – with prices falling for trips to Spain, Italy, Greece and elsewhere.
RAK Leisure has announced the first Bear Grylls branded accommodation in the world is now available to book. The camp is situated on Jebel Jais, the highest mountain in the UAE.
The company has awarded a contract to Gartner for the provision of technology procurement advisory services. The latter will provide insights and advice on licensinga and technology customisation.
Three of leading master developments from Nakheel will proudly host the best cyclists in the world on Friday as the UAE Tour enters its final stages.
MMGY Global has announced the launch of MMGY Travel Intelligence Europe with the hiring of 25-year travel industry veteran Cees Bosselaar.
With around 4.3 million people having received at least one shot of a Covid-19 vaccine, Israel is currently preparing to reopen its economy. The exit plan is based on the purple and green badge scheme.