The US Virgin Islands Department of Tourism has expressed an interest in collaborating with its Caribbean neighbours on tourism-enhancing initiatives.
The UK government must abandon the ‘failed and damaging’ traffic light system now if it is to save the stricken tourism sector from total collapse, argues the World Travel & Tourism Council.
The Red Sea Development Company has appointed Archirodon to design and build a 1.2-kilometre bridge on the site. It will form part of the 3.3-kilometre crossing to its main hub island, Shurayrah.
Emirates will resume flights from Dubai to Nice from July 2nd and Lyon from July 9th, initially offering 4 flights a week to each city. The move is in line with France easing its entry requirements for visitors.
The move, designed to pressure the government into a safe return to international travel, comes as patience runs thin with incompetence and indecision in Westminster.
Britain as a visitor destination will be in the global media spotlight with the G7 Summit in Cornwall fast approaching and VisitBritain is taking the opportunity to inspire future travel.
Madeira deserves to stay on the UK green list and should not be categorised with the rest of mainland Europe, according to local officials. The archipelago is 1,077 kilometres away in the Atlantic.
The UK travel sector has reacted with shock and confusion to a decision by the government to remove Portugal from the green list of safe travel destinations.
Portugal has been removed from the UK safe travel list in a move the government said would safeguard public health against variants of concern and protect the Covid-19 vaccine rollout.
Tourist arrivals were down 83 per cent in the first quarter of 2021 as widespread travel restrictions remained in place. However, the UNWTO Confidence Index shows signs of a slow uptick in optimism.
Emirates has announced it will resume four weekly services to the resort island of Phuket from July 2nd, with the re-opening of the popular destination to international tourists.
Emirates will resume flights between Dubai and Venice from July 1st. The carrier will initially be offering three flights a week on the route, increasing trade and tourism connectivity.